Shuvagoto Hom Chowdhury is a Bangladeshi cricketer. A benefit gave batsman, he addresses Dhaka Division in first rate and summary A cricket and Rajshahi Division in twenty20 matches. He made his One Day International (ODI) make a big appearance for Bangladesh in 2011 against Zimbabwe. He made his Test coordinate presentation against the West Indies in September 2014. He made his Twenty20 International presentation for Bangladesh against Zimbabwe on 15 January 2016.
Hom played for quite a while in the little time before a capacity scout motivated him to play Dhaka. He addressed Dhaka’s first division side, Cricket Coaching School and played as a No. 3 batsman. He was instrumental in guaranteeing that his club was raised to the central gathering in Dhaka.
Hom played some fine pounds that brought him into the reprisal for the national squad. He was named in the transitory squad of 30 players for the 2011 World Cup. Hom was decided for the voyage through Zimbabwe after the WC and has cleared himself well with some helpful responsibilities. He scored 70 continues running in 3 matches against them and played one other redirection against West Indies before being dropped. Starting now and into the foreseeable future he has been sidelined and has been disregarded even after some extraordinary presentations in top notch cricket. Hom played for Barisal Burners in the Bangladesh Premier League.
Shuvagata Hom Cricinfo Profile Biography Highlights Records List
Full name Shuvagata Hom Chowdhury
Conceived November 11, 1986, Mymensing
Significant groups Bangladesh, Bangladesh A, Bangladesh Cricket Board Academy, Barisal Burners, Central Zone (Bangladesh), Dhaka Division, Rajshahi Division
Otherwise called Shuvagoto Hom
Batting style Right-hand bat
Knocking down some pins style Right-arm offbreak
After a baffling World Cup, in which Bangladesh fail to progress past the social event organize, Bangladesh went up against Australia in a three-coordinate ODI course of action. Shuvagata was drafted into the national squad curiously. He expected to hold up until Bangladesh’s next course of action, five ODIs against Zimbabwe in August, before he made his presentation. It was ordinary that Shuvagata would be displayed at the number four spot, yet rather on presentation he batted at number six. Showing up in the third match, he scored 32 continues running from 36 balls before he was run out.
In 2016 he was added to Bangladesh’s squad for the 2016 ICC World Twenty20 after Taskin Ahmed was suspended from playing with an unlawful movement.