Sunday , September 25 2022

Girls in captivity at the failure rate of wefts


Sports office: Four of the top batsmen, four out of four, are zero. For this reason, it is understandable that the situation of the squad of women's cricket women in Bangladesh is understandable. For this reason, in the second match of the T20 World Cup in the second match, the tigers lost seven gates in the law of girls' racing in England.
In the first rounds of Strauss, St Lucia scored 76 rounds in 9 hours. England scored 55 rounds for 3 gates in 9 hours after the rain ceased to play. After the target victory, 64 goals in 16 over. The English players threw the other 9 balls and played 3 balls.
Because the field was wet because of the rain, the conditions of St. Lucia the day before were a little more useful for bowling. This is the Englishman's opportunity At the opening, Shamima Sultana, Farzana Haque and Nigar Sultana were dismissed before opening the score. But Ayesha Rahman, who struggles with his chest, continues to fight in the throat. In disaster, three six were killed. She tried to come back. But the left-left belt, Kirstie Gordon, returned to 39 rounds. At that time, the Tigers scored 42 rounds for 4 gates. After that, no one could stand up to it. In the end, Jahanara Alam scored 12 rounds for six.
Salma Khatun took home in the first half with the goal of giving England a low score. In the following, the captain of Bangladesh returned to the other opener of England But the English did not suffer many rounds Andy Jones scored an unbeaten 28 in 24, Natali Shiva 17-23 England easily wins for this
Short Score:
Bangladesh: 76/9 in 20 hours (Shamima 0, Ayesha 39, Farzana 0, Nigar 0, Rumana 10, Sanjida 0, Lata 5, Jahanara 12, Fahima 2, Salma 3 *, Kubra 2 *, Shevar 1/7, Shrabbasul 1/14, Smith 1/17, Gordon 3/16, Xlestone 1/20, Site 0/2).
England: (target 16 over) 64/3 in 9.3 overs (White 0, Beat 2, Jones 28 *, Shivar 23, Night 11 * Salma 3-0-17-2, Rumana 2-0-0 -0, Kubra 2 -0-13-1, Fahima 1-0-9-0, Jahanara 1-0-3-0).
Result: England has won 7 goals
Match Judge: Kirsty Gordon

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