After scoring back-to-back centuries in the first two One-Day Internationals against West Indies in Sharjah and leading Pakistan to a series victory, Babar Azam is the Cricket World Player of the Week.
For scoring 233 runs in just three games of the ICC World Twenty20 tournament and being the cornerstone for Bangladesh's qualification to the Super 10 stage, Tamim Iqbal is the Cricket World Player of the Week.
Tamim Iqbal registered his maiden Twenty20 International century as Bangladesh piled on 180 runs and went on to restrict Oman to 65 for nine in 12 overs to secure a 54-run victory by Duckworth-Lewis in the rain curtailed 12th match in the first round of Group A in the ICC World T20 in Dharamsala.
An aggressive 58-ball knock of 83 runs from Tamim Iqbal pushed Bangladesh 153 for seven before they went on to restrict Netherlands to 145 for seven to claim a close eight-run victory in the third match of the first round in Group A in the ICC World Twenty20 in Dharamsala.
Bangladesh opening batsman Tamim Iqbal will not take part in the upcoming Asia Cup as he has been granted paternal leave for the birth of his first child and has been replaced in the squad by Imrul Kayes.
For his all-round performance in the second Twenty20 International against Sri Lanka in Colombo and securing West Indies their first win of the tour Dwayne Bravo is our Cricket World Player of the Week.
Mustafizur Rahman ran through Zimbabwe's batting line-up ending up with a five-wicket haul to dismiss them for 215 securing a 61-run victory for Bangladesh in the third One-Day International in Mirpur and thereby winning the series 3-0.
For wonderful contributions late in the tournament, man of the series, Dwayne Bravo, who led his side Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel to the Caribbean Premier League Title, is the Cricket World Player of the Week.
Soumya Sarkar and Tamim Iqbal added a mammoth 154-run opening stand as Bangladesh defeated South Africa in the third One-Day International in Chittagong by nine-wickets (D/L), and with it, won the series 2-1.
In all honesty, Bangladesh are highly unlikely to reach the quarter-finals of this year's World Cup despite having recognised players like Tamim Iqbal, Mushfiqur Rahim and Shakib Al Hasan in their squad.