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BAN Vs NED, T20 World Cup 2024: Bangladesh Beats Netherlands by 25 Runs, Bolsters Super 8 Chances

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BAN vs NED: Bangladesh beat Netherlands in the Group ‘D’ match of T20 World Cup 2024 at the Arnos Vale Stadium in Kingstown, St. Vincent on Thursday.

Shakib Al Hasan recaptured frame with a radiant half-century some time recently leg-spinner Rishad Hossain struck twice at a pivotal crossroads as Bangladesh crept closer to Super 8s with a 25-run win over Netherlands in the T20 World Cup here on Thursday.

Set a target of 160, the Netherlands finished at 134 for eight in their distributed 20 overs at the pleasant Arnos Vale Ground, which was facilitating an worldwide for the to begin with time in 10 overs.

The result implied Sri Lanka was thumped out of the tournament.

Shakib thundered back to frame with a 46-ball 64 as Bangladesh posted a competitive 159 for five after being inquired to bat.

Besides Shakib, Tanzid Hasan struck 35 off 26 balls and Mahmudullah chipped in with 25 off 21.

In their chase, Netherlands misplaced two wickets with fair 32 runs on the board, and most imperatively, with the powerplay around to end.

Vikramjit Singh (26 off 16 balls) hit three sixes and was looking unsafe when Mahmudullah had the player puzzled to take off Bangladesh at 69 for three in the 10th over.

Sybrand Engelbrecht (33 off 22 balls) and captain Scott Edwards (25 off 23) included 42 runs for the fourth wicket some time recently leg-spinner Rishad struck twice to turn the amusement on its head.

Left-arm seamer Mustafizur Rahman, bowling brilliantly at the other conclusion, sent back Edwards and Rishad returned to expel Logan van Beek cheaply to nearly seal the coordinate in Bangladesh’s favour.

Netherlands required 86 off 60 balls and attempted to make a coordinate of it but at that point, all of a sudden, they misplaced four wickets as the trio of Taskin Ahmed (2/30), Rishad (3/33) and Mustafizur Rahman (1/12) came up with fabulous performances.

Earlier, with Bangladesh beginning their innings with two left-handers, Edwards hurled the modern ball to off-spinner Aryan Dutt in the moment over, and the move paid moment profits as they got the huge wicket of Bangladesh captain Najmul Hossain Shanto (1).

The Dutch would do well to thank the Bangladesh captain for his shocking shot choice as he went for a unnecessary invert clear to be out-caught in the to begin with slip.

Dutt moreover accounted for Litton Das at the starting of the fourth over much obliged to a staggering capture in the profound by a sprinting Sybrand Engelbrecht. After Das cleared Dutt towards square leg, Engelbrecht secured a parcel of ground and plunged full-length to drag off the catch.

The shot Das played was too pointless given that Tanzid Hasan had picked up two boundaries and a six in the past over. For the most extreme, Tanzid moved down the ground and excoriated it over covers.

The as it were alter in the Dutch line-up for this crucial Bunch D coordinate, Dutt vindicated the group management’s choice by returning amazing figures of 2/17 in his full standard of four overs. Paul van Meekeren (2/15) was moreover brilliant with the ball.

As numerous as 18 came off the fourth over bowled by Vivian Kingma and Bangladesh were on their way.

Struggling for frame earlier to this diversion, Shakib collected four boundaries in the 6th over, which yielded 19 runs, as Bangladesh come to 54 for two at the conclusion of PowerPlay.

Meanwhile, Tanzid attempted to hit van Meekeren against the wind and paid the cost, holing out to Bas de Leede in the outfield.

Bangladesh’s two most experienced players, Mahmudullah and Shakib at that point included 41 runs for the fourth wicket to prop up the team.

However, as the innings entered its last extend, Mahmudullah, having hit two sixes and two hides, was done in by the solid wind as Engelbrecht completed another great capture close the ropes. Know More Latest T20 World Cup News…

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