Pak vs Ban: Bangladesh provides Kamrul Islam, Parvez Hossain to squad for ultimate T20

Bangladesh player Parvez Hossain Emon (left) and Kamrul Islam Rabbi. Photos: Twitter
Bangladesh participant Parvez Hossain Emon (left) and Kamrul Islam Rabbi. Photos: Twitter 

DHAKA: After their second consecutive defeat and shedding the T20 sequence to Pakistan, host Bangladesh has determined to launch two uncapped gamers, pacer Kamrul Islam Rabbi and batter Parvez Hossain Emon within the third and ultimate fixture of the Alesha Holdings T20 worldwide sequence.

The ultimate T20 match of the sequence is scheduled to be performed at Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium on November 22. Bangladesh is down 2-Zero within the sequence.

With stellar performances from Pakistani bowlers Hasan Ali, Mohammad Wasim Jr and Shadab Khan, who didn’t enable the Bangladeshi batters any leeway, particularly within the first two overs, the Men in Green have gained the primary two matches.

Pakistan restricted Bangladesh to a below-par 127 as they might hit merely three boundaries and 7 sixes in each matches. The slower run fee additionally incurred a penalty for the hosts from the International Cricket Council (ICC).

However, the pacing assault of the hosts gave the home crowd some pleasure as they squeezed Pakistan to 24 for four within the energy play.

In entrance of a roaring home crowd, Bangladesh didn’t enable Pakistan a walkover as Mustafizur Rahman labored wonders early on by castling Rizwan. Babar Azam, Haider Ali and Shoaib Malik additionally succumbed to the magic of the Bangladeshi tempo. Fakhar Zaman and Khushdil Shah took up the accountability to do the needful by hitting 34 runs apiece. Shadab and Nawaz later completed the duty.

Following a dismal efficiency within the ICC’s Twenty20 World Cup, Bangladesh continued to play on the identical strains. Their first boundary got here within the sixth over as they hobbled to 40/four within the first ten overs. The Bangladeshi center order supplied some reduction to the home crowd as they scored 87 of the ultimate ten.

Bangladeshi batters bought just a little salvation in every ultimate over by Nawaz, Shadab, Wasim, Hasan and Haris Rauf who let go of 15, 13, 12, 11 and 15 respectively. These final overs by the 5 Pakistani bowlers collectively handed the hosts 66 runs, in contrast with 61 runs within the first three overs by these bowlers.


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