T20 WC: Pakistan Comeback after a lose start to restrict Bangladesh for a below-par score

PAK Vs BAN 1st Innings Update
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PAK Vs BAN 1st Innings Update 

PAK vs BAN: Shanto’s Fifty gives a good early start for Bangladesh

PAK Vs BAN 1st Innings Update: Bangladesh after getting off to a good start once again crumbled in the middle overs as the Pakistan bowlers came back and restricted Bangladesh to a below-par score.

During the powerplay, Pakistan’s fielding appeared a little shaky as seen by a few dropped catches and Shadab, their best bowler of the competition, failing to establish a rhythm against the left-handed duo of Shanto and Shane.

PAK vs BAN: Bangladesh Innings

After the completion of 20 overs of the 41st match of the T20 World Cup 2022, Bangladesh’s total is 127. In the first innings, Bangladesh managed to score 127 runs for the loss of 8 wickets.

In the first 10 overs, Soumya Sarkar and Shanto utilized the opportunity scoring 70 runs for the loss of one wicket. The batting team managed to hit a lot of boundaries.

PAK vs BAN: Death Overs

Shaheen Afridi bowled the 17th over of the game and was successful in pulling off two wickets and conceding only 2 runs. A total of 2 runs came off in the 18th over of the innings bowled by Haris Rauf.

The 19th over of the innings was bowled by Shaheen Afridi who kept things tight, conceding just 7 runs and picking up one wicket. The 20th over of the innings was bowled by Haris Rauf and it was an expensive one. Bangladesh batsmen lost a wicket but hit two fours to ensure 11 runs came off the over.

During the death overs, Bangladesh was able to score 127 runs for the loss of 8 wickets. The highest partnership of the innings was between Soumya Sarkar and Shanto who contributed 52 runs to the innings.

PAK vs BAN: Highest Run Scorer

The run rate at the end of the 20th over is 6.35. Najmul Hossain Shanto scored the highest number of runs by hitting seven fours and zero sixes at a strike rate of 112.5.

PAK vs BAN: Pakistan on Chase

Pakistan needs 128 runs from 20 overs to win the match and qualify for the semi-finals. Bangladesh needs to stop Pakistan before chasing down 128 runs to qualify for the Semifinals.

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