Great bowling for the second time in the death over Bangladesh



Sports reporter:
Sagorika Zaheer Ahmed Chowdhury got out to bat at the Divisional Stadium yesterday to start batting very well in Zimbabwe. Tailor, Williams, and Sikandar were on the way to the huge collection of wickets in Zimbabwe. The tourists scored 227 runs for the loss of 4 wickets at the end of 45 overs. But Zimbabwe batsmen could not hold the consistency with Mustafiz’s bowlers in the last 5 overs. 246 runs with the big runs trapped tourists. Zimbabwe did not have any four sixes in the last 5 over’s, but 19 runs Great bowling for the second time in the death over Bangladesh. The incident happened over the past 14 years at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury stadium. Three Bangladesh bowlers Saifuddin, Mustafiz and Mashrafee Generally, the last 5 over’s of limited-over cricket mean that the Windy Willabaji The storm over the ‘dead over’ bowlers overflows; But yesterday happened opposite incident. Zimbabwe batsmen could not score any boundary in the 47th over and 49 overs, while Mashrafe made 46, Saifuddin made 48 and 50, and Mustafiz’s 47 and 49 overs. On the other hand, their three wickets fell. In the 46th over, Captain Mashrafe gave away two runs. Tigers captain took the wicket of Sikandar Raje in 49th over. Cutting Master Mustafizur Rahman scored a run-a-ball in the 47th over to score two runs. Peter Moore back Saifuddin scored 4 runs in 48 overs (one doubles, one singles and one leaguey one wicket with one). Zimbabwe batsmen could not take more than two runs in Mustafiz’s 49-over. Saifuddin scored only eight runs in the 50th over. Almost the same kind of incident happened 14 years ago. Sagarika Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury returned to the stadium in the memory of the Singhalj Sports Club ground in Colombo. In the Asia Cup match against Pakistan on July 17, 2004, Bangladesh lost 76 runs in the last five overs. Both pace bowlers Taposh Vaishya and Khaled Mahmud Sujon and left-arm spinner Mohammad Rafique bowled in the last 5 overs. Coincidentally, they gave 19 runs against Pakistan’s three-star batsman Mohammad Yousuf, Yunus Khan and Abdul Razzaq as they did in the last five over’s and Pakistanis could not score a single four or six. In the match, Taposh made a void of 48 and 50 over. He gave 8 runs in two over’s. There were no four or sixes. On the other hand, Mohammed Rafiq scored 4 and 4 in the 49th over. Left-arm spinner Rafique’s Pakistan scored 8 runs in the two overs. Medium pacer Khaled Mahmud Sujon scored six runs in 46 over’s. In the one-day cricket, Bangladesh bowlers only showed the feat twice, so that the last 5 overs were six boundaries and six boundaries. Twice in the coincidentally, their opponents could not raise more than 19 runs in the last 30 balls.


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