Mushfiqur Rahim smashed Bangladesh's fastest century, off 60 balls, as his team broke the record for their highest total in ODIs yet again. vv

Bangladesh reached 349 for 6 in 50 overs against Ireland, beating the 338 for 8 from the previous game in Sylhet. 

Mushfiqur completed his entertaining hundred off the last ball of the innings, racing across for a single that took him past Shakib Al Hasan and his 63-ball century against Zimbabwe in 2009. 

Rain ruined the rest of the game though, which had to be called off at 8.32pm local time, without a single ball bowled in the chase.

No Bangladesh batter had ever walked in that late in the innings and scored a century.

Early on, Bangladesh were fueled by a pair of seventies from Najmul Hossain Shanto and Litton Das. 

Once again, Graham Hume was the best Ireland bowler on show, taking three wickets, but the rest couldn't really deal with the challenge.

Mushfiqur and Towhid Hridoy added 128 runs for the fourth wicket in just 78 balls, the fastest 100-plus stand in Bangladesh's ODI history. 

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