Bangladesh beat Ireland in first ODI
Bangladesh registers biggest win in ODI history
New Delhi. Bangladesh made a bang in the ODI series against Ireland after defeating England in the T20 series. Host Bangladesh beat Ireland by 183 runs in the first ODI. This is Bangladesh’s biggest win in ODIs in terms of runs. In this match, Bangladesh scored 338 runs at the loss of 8 wickets while batting first. This is Bangladesh’s biggest score in ODIs. Chasing a target of 339 runs, the Ireland team was all out for 155 runs in 30.5 overs. Earlier, Bangladesh had also defeated India in the domestic ODI series.
All-rounders Shakib Al Hasan and Tauheed Hriday scored the most runs for Bangladesh. But, both the batsmen missed the century. Shakib played an inning of 93 runs in 89 balls. At the same time, Tauheed scored 92 runs in 85 balls on debut. This is the biggest score by any Bangladesh batsman on ODI debut. Earlier, Nasir Hussain had scored an inning of 63 runs on his debut in 2011.
Shakib has been a victim of nervous nineties in ODIs for the fourth time. Shakib and Tauheed shared a 135-run partnership for the fourth wicket. On this basis, Bangladesh recovered from the initial setbacks and scored 338 runs for 8 wickets.
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In response to this, the Ireland team made a stormy start. But, after this, Ireland’s innings faltered and after 15 years, the Irish team, which came on Bangladesh tour, lost by a big margin of 183 runs. Ireland scored 155 runs in 31 overs. Nasum Ahmed took 3 wickets and Ibadat Hussain took 4 wickets for Bangladesh. Shakib also got a wicket in his account.
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Tags: Bangladesh, Irish, Shakib Al Hasan
FIRST PUBLISHED : March 18, 2023, 22:19 IST