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    Australia (78/2) defeat Bangladesh (73) by 8 wickets in the ICC T20 World Cup

    Squads:

    Australia Squad: David Warner, Aaron Finch(c), Steven Smith, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Matthew Wade(w), Ashton Agar, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Marsh, Kane Richardson, Mitchell Swepson, Josh Inglis

    Bangladesh Squad: Mohammad Naim, Liton Das(w), Soumya Sarkar, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmudullah(c), Afif Hossain, Shamim Hossain, Mahedi Hasan, Taskin Ahmed, Nasum Ahmed, Shoriful Islam, Mustafizur Rahman, Nurul Hasan, Rubel Hossain


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    Australia have won the toss and have opted to field in their Super 12 game against Bangladesh:

    Finch: We gonna have a bowl first. Just want it exploit any moisture on offer. Mitch Marsh comes in for Ashton Agar. That's the only change

    Teams:

    Bangladesh (Playing XI): Mohammad Naim, Liton Das(w), Soumya Sarkar, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmudullah(c), Afif Hossain, Shamim Hossain, Mahedi Hasan, Taskin Ahmed, Shoriful Islam, Mustafizur Rahman

    Australia (Playing XI): David Warner, Aaron Finch(c), Mitchell Marsh, Steven Smith, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Matthew Wade(w), Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood
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    Guess it will be an easy win for Australia.

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    Bangladesh have the upper hand on Australia due to recent results

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rana View Post
    Bangladesh have the upper hand on Australia due to recent results
    Have you been watching Bangladesh perform poorly in this T20WC?

    It's going to be Australia's easiest win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rana View Post
    Bangladesh have the upper hand on Australia due to recent results
    Bangladesh have been the worst team in this tournament. Even worse than Scotland.

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    Excellent start by Bangladesh.

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    will bangladesh cross 100?

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    Its sad to see BD cricket die so early.

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    BD players donít look like they want to be there. Maybe all is not good in their camp?

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    #aageAageDekhoHotaHaikya

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    10 for 3. Really taking the game to Australia here.

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    2nd best Asian side in Asian conditions
    @Mamoon

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    At least smash Cummins!

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    Win the toss , win the match. End thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rana View Post
    Bangladesh have the upper hand on Australia due to recent results
    The Australian Squad for Bangladesh was a 2nd or 3rd 11 at best. The only squad members from Bangladesh that are in the current T20 Squad are Wade, Marsh, Agar, Hazelwood and Zampa. No Finch, Warner, Maxwell, Smith, Starc, Cummins - need I say more? Secondly, the wickets in Mirpur were low, slow spin friendly - prepared solely to give Bangladesh the best chance of winning (nothing wrong with this - however, these wickets give a huge advantage to Bdesh based on familarity mainly).

    The New Zealand squad has no resemblance to the one that toured Bdesh also - again a 2nd/3rd 11 (and they managed to win 2 games).

    So this 'upper hand on Australia' needs to be taken with a pinch of salt.

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    Really poor from Bangladesh, they keep making basic mistakes like dropping catches, poor shot selection. Afghanistan are playing much better (when they are not selling out to India)

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    Bangladesh are minnows..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rana View Post
    Bangladesh have the upper hand on Australia due to recent results
    Finch, Warner, Smith, Maxwell, Starc, Hazelwood, Cummins and Stonis did not play in the last series against Bangladesh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devadwal View Post
    Win the toss , win the match. End thread
    Lose the toss, make excuses

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rana View Post
    Lose the toss, make excuses
    See you soon when Pakistan will lose a toss in semifinal or final .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devadwal View Post
    See you soon when Pakistan will lose a toss in semifinal or final .
    You need apply yourself and get that 170 score. It’s not going to happen by nudging and hoping

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    What is happening with Bangladesh is exactly the thing that happens once you play on unprepared wickets in home in the name of home advantage. The confidence of batsmen is shot.

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    How many of Bangladesh's victories against the big teams in the last 20 years were achieved against a 2nd/3rd 11 (including their sole away test series win v West Windies who put out a 3rd 11 virtually) ?

    This is not an attempt to poke fun. It is simply to highlight how woeful Bangladesh have been in international cricket in their history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devadwal View Post
    Win the toss , win the match. End thread
    How is the toss impacting a day match?
    Losing 4 wickets in the power play might due to some super natural forces as toss has no cricketing relevance to the current situation of the match.
    Last edited by Titan24; 4th November 2021 at 15:12.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devadwal View Post
    See you soon when Pakistan will lose a toss in semifinal or final .
    Yes - Pakistan will likely lose and fair enough. No excuses here. That's not the point here. We are discussing Bangladesh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devadwal View Post
    See you soon when Pakistan will lose a toss in semifinal or final .
    Bangladesh won the toss against Scotland, England and West Indies and still got humiliatingly pulverised in all three games

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan24 View Post
    How is the toss impacting a day match? Even if we assume losing a toss means losing 4 wickets in the power play due to some super natural forces.
    T20 cricket is all about winning the toss, if you win the toss you are in the driving seat.

    Teams that bat first have to target 150+ when batting, teams batting second know exactly how much they need to score and can pace themselves easier..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly View Post
    Finch, Warner, Smith, Maxwell, Starc, Hazelwood, Cummins and Stonis did not play in the last series against Bangladesh.
    Starc and Hazlewood played in the last series against Bangladesh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Googly View Post
    Yes - Pakistan will likely lose and fair enough. No excuses here. That's not the point here. We are discussing Bangladesh.
    Then you read the full conservation first .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly View Post
    T20 cricket is all about winning the toss, if you win the toss you are in the driving seat.

    Teams that bat first have to target 150+ when batting, teams batting second know exactly how much they need to score and can pace themselves easier..
    Yes and theses pitch's are most suited for batting last .90% advantage when you win the toss and chose to fields first .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devadwal View Post
    Yes and theses pitch's are most suited for batting last .90% advantage when you win the toss and chose to fields first .
    Unless you are Bangladesh. Then you just lose, whether you bat or bowl first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly View Post
    T20 cricket is all about winning the toss, if you win the toss you are in the driving seat.

    Teams that bat first have to target 150+ when batting, teams batting second know exactly how much they need to score and can pace themselves easier..
    While chasing you know the target however, if you bat as poorly as losing 4 wickets in PP then you surely dont know about going towards 150+ in a right way. If you cant score 150 while batting first regularly on most surfaces the you are going to even struggle chasing 150 on different surfaces.

    Losing toss is not a good enough excuse to lose 4 wickets in PP.

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    how is bangladesh so trash
    shouldve had another associate team in instead of them


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    Steyn - " AB, Faf and I have similar body types and height but AB and Faf conbined cant bowl 140 + kph"


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRock View Post
    Starc and Hazlewood played in the last series against Bangladesh.
    Starc only played first 2 games

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devadwal View Post
    Yes and theses pitch's are most suited for batting last .90% advantage when you win the toss and chose to fields first .
    Is this in any way related to BD's showing in this world cup? They are the team who have had a very fair mix of bat first/second?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Googly View Post
    Is this in any way related to BD's showing in this world cup? They are the team who have had a very fair mix of bat first/second?
    Exactly. They have won tosses and they have batted second and still lost. Even SCOTLAND game they were batting second and lost.

    These pitches are not minefields that you get bowled out for less than 100 TWICE. But anyway, if it makes that geezer feel better let him say it is toss even though Bangladesh have won tosses and if it makes him feel better let him say it is because they batted first even though Bangladesh have also bowled first and still lost.

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    No excuse for any team to score 84 and 73 in successive games. Even Associates are putting up more fight than this.

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    LOL, Bangladesh.

    I didn't wake up for this game. I expected it to be one-sided.

    Aussies need 74 to win.


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    Zampa did well.

    4-0-19-5.


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    Shocking, dire performances by BD. Not rubbing salt but Scotland and Namibia and Ireland would very easily beat BD in t20 anywhere in the world apart from BD. That is a fact.

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    This is not good for SA. Aus might get ahead of SA today in NRR

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    Aus likely to make semis as they can improve their nrr even more when they play windies.
    South Africa have to win comfortably vs eng or the windies have to give aus a hard victory which is unlikely

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    Aussies should try to chase this down within 10 overs. Get that NRR boost.


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    Quote Originally Posted by The Googly View Post
    Shocking, dire performances by BD. Not rubbing salt but Scotland and Namibia and Ireland would very easily beat BD in t20 anywhere in the world apart from BD. That is a fact.
    I believe that too.

    I also think Namibia can beat them. LOL.

    Things are very bad currently.


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    Aussies are showing aggression unlike the South Africans who batted timidly against BD.


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    This will be over in 8/9 overs in which case it will be the mother of all thrashings.

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    Australia - 16/0 after 2 overs (target: 74).


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    Fizz is done. The cutters still his only weapon and teams have sussed it out. Taskin far better then Fizz.

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    Performance of BD in this World T20 does not surprise me.

    I expected this disaster to happen more than 6 months ago. Many Bangladeshi fans attacked me for being pessimistic and negative.

    Well, I have been right.

    There are deep issues that need to be fixed. Stop blaming the coach. Coach can't do much if players can't do the basics right.


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    Quote Originally Posted by The Googly View Post
    Fizz is done. The cutters still his only weapon and teams have sussed it out. Taskin far better then Fizz.
    Yeah.

    I think he is overrated. He needs to try more things instead of cutters.

    Teams can easily figure him out after a while.


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    Australia - 23/0 after 3 overs (target: 74).


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    Bangla have been very poor throughout this competition.Namibia and Scotland played much better than BD.Not trying to bash BD but they need to change their pitches at home and select a few aggressive youngsters who score quick runs to put pressure on the opposition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Artaxerxes View Post
    Bangla have been very poor throughout this competition.Namibia and Scotland played much better than BD.Not trying to bash BD but they need to change their pitches at home and select a few aggressive youngsters who score quick runs to put pressure on the opposition.
    You are bang on about the pitches.

    Unfortunately, many Bangladeshi folks (including the ones in the management) don't think long-term. They want to get some cheap wins against B teams and C teams.

    It is just a mess and is unlikely to be fixed anytime soon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sweep_shot View Post
    Performance of BD in this World T20 does not surprise me.

    I expected this disaster to happen more than 6 months ago. Many Bangladeshi fans attacked me for being pessimistic and negative.

    Well, I have been right.

    There are deep issues that need to be fixed. Stop blaming the coach. Coach can't do much if players can't do the basics right.
    What do you think what is main reason?
    It's very hard for me to believe this kind of performance from bangladesh. I was excepting some looses but this is really bizarre.

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    Australia - 44/0 after 4 overs (target: 74).

    Ruthless from Aussies.


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    Love it make e'm grovel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Visaal-E-Yaar View Post
    What do you think what is main reason?
    It's very hard for me to believe this kind of performance from bangladesh. I was excepting some looses but this is really bizarre.
    It is a combination of many things. Political interference is one.

    Bangladesh cricket board is pretty much run by one person (Nazmul Hasan Papon) with no cricket background. Selectors are puppets.

    Finally, many players don't have the right attitude. They can't take constructive criticisms. They don't try to get better.

    The vibe within BD setup has to be better. It is filled with arrogance and delusion.


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    Aussies lose a wicket.

    Australia - 58/1 after 5 overs (target: 74).


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    Fans celebrating like they they won the WC lollllllll

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    This is not trying to pick on BD so I will start by saying that Pakistan are no great shakes either currently. What Pakistan do have is unpredictable talent that can beat anybody on a given day. That is what has got them to this stage.

    Back to Bdesh:

    - They need to completely change their pitches. No slow, low turners. Bouncy, batting wickets.
    - Find players young, change their diet, bulk them up. BD players are physically very weak.
    - Change their nickname - get rid of the Tigers. This just provides a point to ridicule them. They are not tigers. Somthing like 'Red Caps'.
    - Focus on tests. The only way to improve your cricket is to create good test players and the other formats will follow. Bdesh focus on ODIs too much because that is the only formagt where they can remptely compete.

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    7 more runs to go.

    Australia can win this within 7 overs.

    Australia - 67/1 after 5.5 overs (target: 74).


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    Warner struggled a bit. He is now out.

    67/2.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GLORY OF '92 View Post
    Fans celebrating like they they won the WC lollllllll
    Yeah. Cringeworthy.

    I remember fans once celebrated Nasir Hossain's century despite team being beaten badly.
    Last edited by sweep_shot; 4th November 2021 at 16:42.


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    All over.

    Australia win by 8 wickets with 13.4 overs to spare.


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    This is Australia's biggest T20I win ever in terms of balls remaining.


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    aus win.
    So aus vs windies will be crucial and will be a real cracker....

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    Fans celebrating wildly and the bowler celebrating a wicket with the batsman slogging - when they are about to be given one the biggest thrashings in history. Kind of reflects the mentality which does not help BD cricket. Deluded fans.

    And that BD commentator is one of the most biasded and deluded people on TV. I think he is forgetting he is supposed to be impartial and not talk as a fan.

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    Australia v Pakistan in semis. 50-50. Aus are very very dangerous.

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    Thank you Australia for the early lunch

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    Australia have overtaken South Africa in terms of NRR.

    Australia - 1.03.
    South Africa - 0.74.

    This means even if Australia lose, they may go through (unless, South Africa lose against England).
    Last edited by sweep_shot; 4th November 2021 at 16:51.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sweep_shot View Post
    Australia have overtaken South Africa in terms of NRR.

    Australia - 1.03.
    South Africa - 0.74.

    This means even if Australia lose, they may go through (unless, South Africa lose against England).
    Correction: Australia may go through even if they lose (provided South Africa don't win against England).


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    <blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-partner="tweetdeck"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Australia&#39;s final group match is against West Indies while South Africa face England. As things stand it looks like Pakistan could face Australia in the semi-finals <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/T20WorldCup?src=hash&amp;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#T20 WorldCup</a> <a href="https://t.co/TENIzJ5tf1">pic.twitter.com/TENIzJ5tf1</a></p>&mdash; Saj Sadiq (@SajSadiqCricket) <a href="https://twitter.com/SajSadiqCricket/status/1456236339196739590?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">November 4, 2021</a></blockquote>
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    Bangladesh have ruined South Africa's chances of going into the semi finals.

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    Australia consigned Bangladesh to a big defeat in the Tigers' final match of the ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2021 and gave themselves a net run rate boost.

    The Australian bowlers, led by Adam Zampa, restricted a hapless Bangladesh to 73, before Aaron Finch's men stormed to the target in 6.2 overs.

    Zampa picked up five wickets with his leg-spin, his 5/19 the best figures of the tournament so far and the best for Australia in T20Is. Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood had two each.

    Bangladesh's batting woes followed them into their final match of the tournament. Only three batters got into double-figures, nobody made more than 20, and they were bundled out in 15 overs.

    Australia enjoyed a big net run rate boost with the result, leapfrogging South Africa to be second on the table behind England.

    Quick chase

    The loss to England had hit Australia's net run rate, and meant that should they find themselves equal on points with South Africa after all the games were played, they would lose out.

    Hence, Aaron Finch came out swinging, keen to knock off the runs in quick time.

    He took a fancy to Mustafizur Rahman, targetting the midwicket boundaries and sending the ball soaring into the stands. Taskin Ahmed too was smashed for back-to-back sixes before Finch was bowled going for another big one, falling for 40 off just 27 balls.

    Although Australia then lost Warner as well, they had knocked off 67 runs in the Powerplay, the highest total in that period all tournament.

    Another six over midwicket, this time from Mitchell Marsh, completed the formalities.

    Pace and spin combine

    Earlier, asked to bat first, Bangladesh came undone against both pace and spin in the Powerplay.

    Starc greeted them with a series of deliveries around 144kph, while also getting late movement. Liton Das was dismissed in the very first ball he faced, bowled by a full and fast one.

    Hazlewood came back from being hit through the gaps in the leg-side field for four by Soumya Sarkar to have the batter inside-edge onto the stumps.

    Glenn Maxwell, brought in for an over of spin despite the pacers doing well, then got some turn to trap Mushfiqur Rahim in front.

    Mohammad Naim drove one back past Hazlewood for his third four of the afternoon, but was caught inside the circle two balls later trying to pull.

    Adam Zampa needed just one ball to make an impact, with Afif Hossain caught at slip off a googly.

    And at 33/5 in just over six overs, Bangladesh were in deep trouble.

    Shamim, Mahmud Ullah resist

    Mahmud Ullah, who had got going with a couple of fours off Starc, finally found a partner in Shamim Hossain to bring a brief period of stability.

    Shamim gave Bangladesh fans the first six to celebrate, smashing Zampa over deep square leg to bring out the team fifty.

    Two in two for Zampa

    The stand had grown to 29 in 28 balls when Zampa precipitated another collapse.

    First, Shamim was caught behind looking to cut. Then, Mahedi Hasan was trapped LBW first ball, with the review confirming the umpire's call that it was clipping off stump.

    He could have completed the hat-trick in his next over had Matthew Wade held on to an edge. He did add another couple of wickets to his tally in that over, though, picking up his five-for and wrapping up the Bangladesh innings.


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    73 All out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sindhiboy View Post
    Bangladesh have ruined South Africa's chances of going into the semi finals.
    Bangladesh were very generous to SA too but SA could not chase it quickly enough


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    I really donít want aus in the semis


    Their bowling is superb and Pakistan historically has a mental block against them


    This is the exact kind of game where we will be found out


    I would much rather England, we always turn up against them in tournaments


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