Pakistan chased the total , longest chase in the team’s history.
In an Asia Cup match here, Bangladesh played first and made a 327 runs mammoth total.
Bangladesh’s Aman-ul-Haque made a 100 while Kayes, Momin-ul-Haque and Mushfiqur Rahim made half centuries.
Pakistan started the innings well as opener Ahmed Shahzad scored a brisk century to keep Pakistan in the match while Hafeez made 52.
But the falling wickets and low run rate made everyone think that Pakistan will eventually lose the match.
Pakistan at one time needed 87 runs off 45 balls.
So, it was Afridi who made a quick 50, one of the fastest in the one day cricket history to bring back Pakistan in the match.
It was Afridi who quicklly brought Pakistan to 260 and snatched the bonus point from the Bangladesh first and then the match.