Opener Shamsur Rahman showed his early promise to notch his maiden Test ton against Sri Lanka during the second and final Test being held at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium on Thursday. The right handed batsman, who made his was debut last week in the first Test of the ongoing series at Dhaka, did not had to wait a long as he wrote his name in Test cricket by slamming the coveted century in his second match. The 26-year old right handed Shamsur did not disappoint the local selectors’ faith as he powered his way to record an impressive knock of 106-run off 191-ball. Shamsur only few weeks back slammed 267 runs in domestic first class match, hails from Chandpur, the Southern district of Bangladesh also shared a record 232-run partnership with one down batsman Imrul Kayes. Left handed Kayes (115), who also went on to struck his maiden Test century during the post lunch. This mammoth partnership enable Bangladesh’s to insured to avoid follow. This partnership bears more significant as Tigers lost their ace opener Tamim Iqbal (0) early on the very first day. Shamsur, who scored 33 runs in the first Test in Dhaka, smacked 11 boundaries and 1 over boundary. He literally gifted away his wicket as he lost his patience trying to hoick Ajantha Mendis saw his stumps uprooted.