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2021-01-14 16:02:26

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Mahmudullah XI declare victory in 40-over-per-side sport in opposition to Tamim Iqbal XI

Hasan Mahmud led the way in which with a four-wicket haul in Mahmudullah XI’s five-wicket win over Tamim Iqbal XI in Bangladesh’s first inter-squad follow match on the BKSP on Thursday.

Tamim’s facet have been bundled out for 161 runs in 37.2 overs within the 40-overs-per-side encounter. Mahmud took 4-21 whereas Al-Amin Hossain and left-arm fast Shoriful Islam took two wickets every. Afif Hossain high scored with 35, whereas captain Tamim, Najmul Hossain Shanto and Soumya Sarkar all acquired out within the twenties..

In reply, the Mahmudullah-led facet reached the goal in 36.5 overs with the captain high scoring with an unbeaten 51. He struck 4 boundaries in his 64-ball keep. Opener Mohammad Naim made 43 off 52 balls with seven fours.

“The bowlers did effectively from either side,” Mahmudullah stated after the match. “There was a little bit of motion early on, nevertheless it acquired higher within the second half. General, it was good follow. Our new-ball bowlers bowled in the appropriate areas. We took the early wickets. I feel it was bowlers’ day in the present day.

“I had fun within the center. We’re making ready effectively. We’re constructive in regards to the sequence, and I hope we are able to win the sequence, Insha Allah.

Bangladesh’s subsequent follow match is on Saturday, whereas the touring West Indies facet have their warm-up sport scheduled on Monday on the BKSP floor in Savar. The sequence begins with the primary ODI on January 20 in Dhaka .

Mohammad Isam is ESPNcricinfo’s Bangladesh correspondent. @isam84

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