Tamim Iqbal became the first Bangladesh batsman to grab a place on the Lord’s Honours Boards when he hit 103 against England in 2010.
With England scoring 505 in their first innings and Bangladesh only managing 282 runs in response, Iqbal and his side were forced to bat again to try and get back into the match.
Opening the batting, Iqbal was in sensational form, reaching his century with a six which was a symbol of his performance.
Iqbal was dismissed for 103 off 100 balls, in a knock that involved 15 fours and two sixes as Bangladesh managed to score 382 all out in their second innings.
Unfortunately for Iqbal and his teammates, England would go onto secure victory in the match, winning by eight wickets.