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Bangladesh tigress loses against New Zealand


CRICDOT DESK : Bangladesh also lost their second match of the Women’s World Cup by a big margin. Like in the first match, Salma and Jahanara could not get to the opponent in the second match either. Bangladesh lost to India by 108 runs in their first match. This time New Zealand lost by 9 wickets, not by the Tigers.

The rain-affected match came down to 28 overs. Salma’s team did not play badly with the bat. They scored 140 runs for 6 wickets in 26 overs. Bangladesh made 140 with two openers Farzana Haque (52) and Shamima Sultana (33).

After the opening pairing, no one could stay at the crease for long. Amy Satterweight took 3 wickets for 25 runs for New Zealand. Mackie and Haley Janssen of France took one wicket each. Two New Zealand batsmen chased down 141 runs. New Zealand won the match by 9 wickets at 144 runs in 20 overs.

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Kiwi batsman Suzy Bates went down one down with the bat and stormed the Bangladesh bowlers. He made 69 off 6 balls with the help of 6 fours. At the same time, this right-handed batsman became one thousand runs in the Women’s World Cup. He has scored this run in 21 innings. It is also his world record. No one has been able to score a thousand runs in the World Cup faster than him.

At the other end, Amelia Kerr scored 47 runs off 37 balls with 5 boundaries. All but one of Bangladesh’s bowlers, Fariha Trishna, have scored over six runs per over.

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