The 22-year-old became the first ODI debutant to secure a hat-trick as the hosts completed their series whitewash in Dhaka with a five-wicket triumph - ending with match figures of 4-11.

Taijul has taken 25 Test wickets since making his first outing in the longer format in September and made another big impression on Monday.

However, when asked whether he had his eye on the hat-trick after taking the wickets of Tinashe Panyangara and John Nyumbu in successive deliveries, Taijul said: "I didn't think of the hat-trick at the beginning.

"I just wanted them to play dot balls. It happened by Allah's grace.

"Mushfiqur Rahim kept telling me to bowl at the stumps. That's what I focused on."

Taijul bowled Tendai Chatara to complete his historic treble and is not daunted by the standard of spinners he must fend off to keep his place in the side.

"Competition is the name of the game," he added. "I always try to give my best."