The batsman’s strike rate, or BSR, is a measure of how frequently a batter score runs. It is the number of runs scored for every 100 overs faced. Every time a batsman goes to bat, one with a high strike rate is said to score more runs. In shorter games or games with fewer overs, the strike rate stats are more significant. In this article, we will talk about the batting strike rate of players in the Bangladesh Cricket Team in the Asian Cup. The Asia Cup is the only cricket continental championship. The ODI and T20 formats are switched off every two years. Bangladesh Cricket Team was runner-up in the 2012 and 2018 Asia Cup ODI tournaments and the 2016  Asia Cup T20I tournament.

1. Shakib Al Hasan 

Shakib Al Hasan is a Bangladeshi allrounder. Hasan played his first match in the Asia Cup in 2010 and had scored 402 runs in 13 games with an average of 33.50 and a strike rate of 103.07 with three fifties.

2. Mohammad Mushfiqur Rahim 

Mohammad Mushfiqur Rahim is a right-hand wicketkeeper-batsman from Bangladesh who played in the Asia Cup from 2008 to 2018. He has played 21 games and has scored 699 runs with an average of 36.78 and a strike rate of 84.52 with two hundred and two fifties.

3. Tamim Iqbal 

Tamim Iqbal is a left hand opening batsman. He made his debut in the Asia Cup in 2008 and has played till 2018. During this time, he played 13 games and scored 519 runs in 13 innings with a strike rate of 81.34 and an average of 43.25 with six fifties.

4. Imrul Kayes 

Imrul Kayes is a left-hand opening batsman from Bangladesh. He is playing in the Asia Cup since 2010 and has played till 2018. Kayes scored 248 runs in seven games with an average of 41.33 and a strike rate of 72.94 with three fifty-plus scores.

5. Mohammad Nasir Hossain 

Mohammad Nasir Hossain is a right-hand batsman who played his first game for Bangladesh in 2011. He played in the Asia Cup from 2012 to 2014 and scored 237 runs in eight games with an average of 39.50 and a strike rate of 68.49 with one fifty.

6. Mohammad Akram Hussain Khan 

Mohammad Akram Hussain Khan is a right-hand middle-order batsman. He played from 1988 to 2000 and scored 345 runs in 13 games with an average of 28.75 and a strike rate of 63.30. He has scored two fifties.

7. Mohammad Ashraful 

Mohammad Ashraful is a right-hand middle-order batsman from Bangladesh. His international career lasted till 2013, and he played in the Asia Cup from 2004 to 2010. Ashraful played 12 games and scored 316 runs with an average of 26.33 and a strike rate of 62.69. He scored one hundred and one fifty.

8. Mohammad Mahmudullah 

Mohammad Mahmudullah is a right-hand allrounder. He started playing in the Asia Cup 50 overs format in 2008 and played till 2018. Mahmudullah scored 328 runs playing 20 games and has an average of 25.23 in 19 innings with a strike rate of 62.47 with one fifty-plus score.

9. Athar Ali Khan

Athar Ali Khan is a right-hand batsman who played in Bangladesh from 1988 to 1997. He scored 368 runs in 11 games with an average of 36.80 and a strike rate of 57.41 with the help of two fifties.

10. Mohammad Javed Omar Belim 

Mohammad Javed Omar Belim is a right-hand opening batsman. He played seven games from 2010 to 2018 in the Asia Cup and scored 250 runs with an average of 41.66 and a strike rate of 55.92 with three fifty-plus scores.