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Bangladesh in batting-bowling failure against England

Sports Desk /

Bangladesh could not even fight against England due to batting-bowling failure. Haral Mahmudullah’s team won the second match in a row in the Super Twelve of the T20 World Cup.

Failure in the beginning in batting, then in sixteen full bowling. Bangladesh can score 124 runs after winning the toss and choosing to bat. In the end, spinner Nasum Ahmed managed to score 19 runs from 9 balls with the bat.

Wicket batting was not easy. If bowling-fielding was good, at least we could fight. But in the days of despair, even in the bowling of Bangladesh, the minimum edge was not seen. The mentality of fighting did not come out in body language. All in all, it was a big defeat.

Bangladesh lost both the matches in Super Twelve. After losing to West Indies, England also lost to Bangladesh effortlessly.

Short Score:
Bangladesh: 124/9 in 20 overs (Liton 9, Naeem 5, Shakib 4, Mushfiqur 29, Mahmudullah 19, Afif 5, Sohan 16, Mehedi 11, Nasum 19 *, Mustafiz 0; Moin 3-0-18-2, Oaks 4 -0-12-1, Rashid 4-0-35-0, Jordan 2-0-15-0, Mills 4-0-27-3, Livingstone 3-0-15-2).

England: 126/2 in 14.1 overs (Roy 61, Butler 18, Malan 28 *, Bairstow 8 *; Shakib 3-0-24-0, Mustafiz 3-0-23-0, Shariful 3.1-0-26 -1, Nasum 3-0-26-1, Mehedi 2-0-21-0).

No stumbling, no excitement, no chance given to Bangladesh, England won effortlessly. Jason Roy’s aggression at one end, David Malan’s cold-headed batting at the other end, the English won by 8 wickets. They reached the target with 35 balls left.

Malan and Johnny Bairstow finished after Roy was dismissed for 61 off 38 balls. Malan remained unbeaten on 28 off 25 balls.

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