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Bangladesh eyeing to have full pints from Afghans!


CRICDOT DESK : Bangladesh won the series by winning the expected effort. Despite struggling in the first match, Tamim Iqbal’s team lost to Afghanistan by a big margin in the second match yesterday. Bangladesh won by 6 runs in Sagarika yesterday. The Tigers won the three-match series 2-0.

In batting, Liton Das’s century and Mushfiqur Rahim’s half century laid the foundation for victory. Later the bowlers also grabbed the opposing batsmen. With this victory, Bangladesh has risen to the top of the points table of ICC ODI Super League. Tamim Bahini has scored 100 points in 10 wins in 14 matches.

Tamim credited Liton-Mushfiqur’s record pair of 202 runs for the victory. Bangladesh’s ODI captain said at the end of the match, “Liton, Mushfiqur’s pairing was great. Although we did not finish well in batting, the bowlers worked for us. The bowlers were great. ‘Bangladesh got 20 points in two matches. Tamim says, ‘It is very important to win and get these points. Make sure you use it whenever you play and get as many points as possible. ‘

What will bowler Farid Ahmad celebrate by grabbing the wicket? The hunter himself is fascinated by the prey. All the fielding cricketers of the Afghan team and even the Afghan captain did not forget to congratulate the departed batsman. Liton Kumar Das’s innings is such that even the opponent loses his temper due to his batting prowess.

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An innings of 136 runs off 127 balls. 17 fours with two sixes. Quite a respectable number. As always, some shots that spread peace of mind and eyes, strokes that turned the silky pelvis of the wrist — these were all there. At the end of the match, Lytton said at the awards ceremony, “No, there was no drought of runs. The format was different. I came to play in New Zealand a few days ago, the run came at bat. After many days I am playing in ODI format. That’s the decent thing to do, and it should end there. ”

Liton batted till the 47th over in the opening of the innings. His target was to bat for such a long time. The right-handed opener said, “I did enjoy it. My goal was to play at least 35 overs as a top order batsman. If we can play that much then it will be more than 60 runs. I tried to make the innings as big as possible. ‘

With a record partnership with Mushfiqur, Lytton said, “Of course, it’s fun. I have a lot of partnerships with him. ‘

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