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Bangladesh U-19 suffers batting collapse against India in quarter final!

U-19 skipper Rakibul


Bangladesh, the defending champions, lost the toss and elected to bat against India in the quarter-finals of the ICC U-19 World Cup.

The Tigers, who lost to India last time and became the best in the world, did not have a good start. After losing the toss, the Tigers started batting. They lost two wickets for 12 runs in the first six overs.

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Opener Mahfizul Islam was bowled out in the second over of the match. Ravi Kumar returned him. Mahfizul scored 2 runs. And when he was out, Bangladesh’s team run was only 3.

Bangladesh, who had lost wickets in the beginning, then turned their attention to the game. But in the sixth over, another opener Iftekhar Hossain was caught by Ravi Kumar for just one run. At that time the team scored only 12 runs.

Currently Bangladesh are 7 wickets down while there are 100 runs on the board after 33 over!


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