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    Quote Originally Posted by oatmeal View Post
    Are immigrants allowed to play cricket for these gulf countries? they could easily assemble a decent team from Subcontinent players
    Need to stay 4 years (i believe) to represent them..

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    out

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    Another wicket.

    Oman are collapsing now.


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    Another wicket.

    Shakib is on a hat-trick.


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    Oman should be playing for run-rate now.

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    47 runs are needed from 3 overs.

    Bangladesh may get a relatively big win here.

    Oman lost it completely after Jatinder's wicket.


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    Oman's batting is weaker than Scotland's.

    I think Scotland should beat Oman.


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    Athar ali khan

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    This Kalimullah seems like he can hit big. He needs to let loose here.


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    Great catch from the keeper. Kaleemullah departs.

    This should be the game.


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    Mustafiz gets his 4th wicket.

    Oman lose their 9th wicket.


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    Oman fought gamely but Bangladesh have proved too good for them.

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    Oman need 42 runs from 2 overs.

    Bangladesh have probably done enough to qualify. They just have to beat PNG now (any margin).


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    Inexperience and fielding cost Oman the match. They could've easily won this match.

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    39 runs are needed from 6 balls.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ishtiaq_ctg View Post
    Inexperience and fielding cost Oman the match. They could've easily won this match.
    Yes.

    Scotland were far more clinical. They barely dropped any catch. Also, Scottish batting was better.


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    All over.

    Bangladesh win by 26 runs.


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    Oman are so stupid. Take singles.
    Every runs matter!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweep_shot View Post

    Bangladesh have probably done enough to qualify. They just have to beat PNG now (any margin).
    Correction. Bangladesh need to win by a certain margin (should be very small though).


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    Murali Kartik and Athar Ali commentating together. Probably the worst commentary duo in ICC event's history


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    Quote Originally Posted by Malik786 View Post
    Oman are so stupid. Take singles.
    Every runs matter!!
    Yeah. They batted poorly (apart from Prajapati and Jatinder).


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    Congratulations, Bangladesh.

    Well done, Oman. They tried hard but just weren't experienced enough to pull it off.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Last Monetarist View Post
    <blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Who says Pakistanis &amp; Indians can&#39;t work together. Birthplaces of today&#39;s Oman team:<br><br>Sialkot<br>Ludhiana<br>Kheda, Gujarat<br>Chichawatni<br>Sialkot<br>Bhopal<br>Hyd erabad, Andhra Pradesh<br>Sialkot<br>Gujranwala<br>Sialkot<br>Pes hawar <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/T20WorldCup?src=hash&amp;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#T20 WorldCup</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/BANvsOMAN?src=hash&amp;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#BANvs OMAN</a></p>&mdash; Saj Sadiq (@SajSadiqCricket) <a href="https://twitter.com/SajSadiqCricket/status/1450509740073799689?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">October 19, 2021</a></blockquote> <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
    Ah! Saj. That won't go down well with a lot people. It's "Hyderabad, Telangana" now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JattMaula View Post
    Oman has what 2 dozen native people?
    Quote Originally Posted by street cricketer View Post
    Bangladesh have been a test playing nation for more than two decades now and associate sides get only a fraction of the amount Bangladesh get. What's there to care for Bangladesh..
    Yes it true Bangladesh been playing for a while but cricket with only 8 teams playing cricket cant afford to lose Bangladesh and make it 7.

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    Bangladesh got a scare though, as I keep saying these associates have improved a lot but they need more exposure to win more often.

    Nonetheless well played Oman. Bangla boys got out of jail, should beat PNG and qualify.

    If Oman beat Scotland, then Scots will still be out. It won't happen though, Scotland are a more professional side and should get the better of Oman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam_ahm View Post
    Ah! Saj. That won't go down well with a lot people. It's "Hyderabad, Telangana" now.
    lol

    Just wanted to confirm that it was Indian Hyderabad



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    Quote Originally Posted by sam_ahm View Post
    Bangladesh got a scare though, as I keep saying these associates have improved a lot but they need more exposure to win more often.

    Nonetheless well played Oman. Bangla boys got out of jail, should beat PNG and qualify.

    If Oman beat Scotland, then Scots will still be out. It won't happen though, Scotland are a more professional side and should get the better of Oman.
    If PNG bat first and get 150 on the board

    I don’t fancy Bangladesh’s chances

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smbhayi View Post
    Need to stay 4 years (i believe) to represent them..
    That explains it. If subcontinent cricketers could represent the associate side without this requirement, a lot of B listers will be tempted to take the citizenship of rich countries and play for them

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    BAN 153 (20)

    OMAN 127/9 (20)

    Bangladesh won by 26 runs

    PLAYER OF THE MATCH
    Shakib Al Hasan

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    Bangladesh overcame a minor scare to keep their ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 hopes alive with a 26-run win over hosts Oman.

    Opener Mohammad Naim made an immediate impact on his first appearance of the tournament with 64, while Shakib Al Hasan made 42 to set a first innings total of 153 all out.

    And despite a quickfire 40 from Jatinder Singh, some economical bowling from Mahedi Hasan (1/14) and Mohammad Saifuddin (1/16) left Oman with too much to do in reply.

    Following defeat to Scotland, Bangladesh got their tournament back on track and will look to back it up against Papua New Guinea with the top side in Group B going into Group 2 of the Super 12 and the runners-up heading into Group 1.

    Oman, meanwhile, will have to bounce back against Scotland who lead the way after two matches.

    Both batting and bowling, Bangladesh found themselves in early trouble losing Liton Das and Mahedi to slip to 21 for two after electing to bat.

    However, it could have been worse with Jatinder dropping Naim over the boundary before Kashyap Prajapati gave him another life the following over at midwicket.

    That would prove costly as Naim and Shakib built a handy partnership, the veteran all-rounder taking the initiative including back-to-back boundaries off the bowling of Mohammad Nadeem.

    He had raced to 42 from 28 runs as the pair put on 80 but just as Shakib looked like he was going to cut loose, he took on a risky single and paid the price as Aqib Ilyas produced a brilliant direct hit.

    From that point onwards, Bangladesh were unable to put any partnerships together as Bilal Khan, Fayyaz Butt and Kaleemullah all chipped in with wickets.

    However Naim reached 64 before he departed, while Mahmudullah added a useful 17 off ten deliveries to take the Tigers to 153 before they were bowled out off the final ball.

    In reply, Oman got off to a flyer as Taskin Ahmed’s first over went for ten before Mustafizur Rahman bowled five wides in his first, while taking the wicket of Aqib leg before for six.

    Mustafizur’s difficult start got worse the following over when he put down Kashyap the following over.

    The drops were catching, Mahmudullah putting down Jatinder after he had smashed one miles into the sky.

    When Kashyap hammered Mustafizur for six, the concern really started to grow for Bangladesh, but he was caught behind next ball for 21.

    Still, with Jatinder at the crease, Oman had a chance, particularly when he pulled Shakib for four and then lifted him over extra cover for six.

    Skipper Zeeshan Maqsood got in on the act with six off Taskin but was then brilliantly caught in the deep by Mustafizur, making amends for his earlier drop.

    Jatinder was ploughing something of a lone furrow by this point, and after pulling Shakib for four, he then found Liton in the deep and with his departure, the chase faltered.

    Shakib took two in two and then Nurul Hasan took a brilliant catch off Mustafizur diving wide to his right to remove Kaleemullah.

    And it was Mustafizur who finished with a flourish with two more wickets to seal the victory.

    Scores in brief

    Bangladesh beat Oman, at Oman Cricket Academy Ground, Al Amerat by 26 runs

    Bangladesh 153 all out, in 20 overs (Mohammad Naim 64, Shakib Al Hasan 42; Bilal Khan 3/18, Fayyaz Butt 3/30)

    Oman 127/9, in 20 overs (Jatinder Singh 40, Kashyap Prajapati 21; Mustafizur Rahman 4/36, Shakib Al Hasan 3/28)

    Player of the Match: Shakib Al Hasan (Bangladesh)



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    Barely scraped a win. Bangla cricket in a really bad shape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rana View Post
    If PNG bat first and get 150 on the board

    I don’t fancy Bangladesh’s chances
    PNG's bowling is garbage.

    Only way PNG can win probably is if they bat out of their skin.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JattMaula View Post
    Oman has what 2 dozen native people?
    More than 2 million. In the 6 Gulf countries, after Saudi, Oman has the highest % of natives. It is also the only Gulf state where most taxi drivers and cashiers etc are natives

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