Pakistan and Bangladesh played one of their final matches today in the tri-series of Bangladesh, Pakistan and New Zealand where all three teams obtained some well worked t20 practise seeing that he world cup is almost upon us. In this match we will analyze the latest clash between Bangladesh and Pakistan where the latter won the game with 7 wickets
THE ATTACKING PERFORMANCE ON THE BAT
Bangladesh were not shy in giving the target as 173 was a decent score to chase. The opening partnership of Najmul Hossain and Soumya Sarkar could not do much however when Das came on at one down the spectrum had developed intensely for Bangladesh seeing that he scored 69 runs off 42 balls with a great Strike rate of 164.2. Das’ efforts alone did not help the Bangladeshi team to give a handsome target and that is where Shakib ul Hasan, the veteran batter himself scored 68 runs off 42 balls. For Pakistan this was challenge but Rizwan and Babar are the best opening partnership in the world at this current moment scoring a total of 124 runs in total, both completing their half centuries. Although on lower strike rates so the chase was slow and that is where Muhammad Nawaz showed his quality and scored 45 runs off 20 balls with a staggering Strike Rate of 225.00
THE BOWLING IN ACTION
First taking a look at Naseem Shah who has been the Pakistani bowling star as of late, he gave not more so than 27 runs while taking 2 wickets as well. All bowlers shared the bulk of the Bangladeshi batting strikes but whilst suffering runs, M.Wasim did not let it so easily and also took two wickets. On the side of the Bangladeshi bowlers, they could not do much trying to dismantle Babar Azam and Rizwan. Hasan Mahmud bowled nicely, taking 2 wickets but the other bowlers could not replicate his outcome. M.Saifuddin faced the bulk of the Pakistani wrath as he concede 53 runs with an economy of 13.83.