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World cup qualifier bangladesh womens cricket team defeated pakistan in first match

Harare. Bangladesh The women’s team has started with a win in the ODI World Cup Qualifier 2021. In their first match, the team defeated Pakistan (Bangladesh W vs Pakistan W) by 3 wickets in a thrilling match. Bangladesh got victory in the last over. The team had to score 35 runs in the last 3 overs to win. A total of 9 teams are participating in the tournament. Top 3 team only World Cup (Women’s World Cup 2022) Will get a chance to play.

Chasing the target of 202 runs, Bangladesh team got a good start. The team’s score was 80 runs for one wicket at one time. Opener Sharmin Akhtar scored 31 and No. 3 Fargan Haque scored 45 runs. But Rumana Ahmed 50 not out Salma Khatun scored an unbeaten 18 runs and gave the team a thrilling victory. Rumana hit three consecutive fours in the 48th over. A total of 18 runs were scored in this over.

17 runs to be scored in the last 2 overs

Bangladesh team had to score 17 runs to win in the last 2 overs. fast bowler Diana Baig (Daina Baig) conceded 12 runs in the 49th over. Salma Khatoon hit a boundary. In this way, the team had to score only 5 runs in the last over. The team won the match by scoring 5 runs in 4 balls. Rumana remained unbeaten on 50 off 44 balls. He hit 6 fours. At the same time, Salman scored 18 runs in 13 balls. Hit 2 fours.

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Nida Dar’s struggling innings didn’t work

before this Nida Dar Pakistan scored 201 for 7 in 50 overs with the help of a struggling 87. The team lost 5 wickets for 49 runs. After this, Nida and Alia Riaz (61 *) took over the team with a big partnership of 137 runs. Nida faced 111 balls. Hit 11 fours and 2 sixes. Alia faced 82 balls. Hit 4 fours, 2 sixes. Nahida Akhtar and Ritu Moni took 2-2 wickets for Bangladesh. Rumana got the Player of the Match award.

Tags: Bangladesh, Bangladesh vs Pakistan, Cricket news, ICC, ICC Womens World Cup 2021, New Zealand, Pakistan

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