Girls in captivity at batting failure rate


Sports Table: Four of the top-ranked batsmen, four in four, are zero. From this, it is understandable that the situation of beating the Bangladeshi cricket team is understandable. For this reason, in the second match of the World T20 World Cup in the second match, the tigress has lost seven wickets in rain law to British girls.
In the first round in Strauss, St Lucia scored 76 passes in 9 overs. England scored 55 runs for 3 wickets in 9 overs after the rain stopped playing. After the target victory, 64 goals in 16 overs. The Englishman bowed 9 other balls and played 3 balls.
Because the field is wet due to rain, the conditions prevailing in St. Lucia on the previous day was a little more useful for bowling. That was the opportunity of the Englishman. In the opening, Shamima Sultana, Farzana Haque and Nigar Sultana were dismissed before the opening of the scoreline. But Ayesha Rahman, who fought with the chest, continued to fight in the throat. In the disaster, three six died. Try to go back. But the left-arm left spinner, Kirstie Gordon, returns to 39 runs. At that time, the Tigers scored 42 runs for 4 wickets. After that no one can stand it. In the end Jahanara Alam scored 12 runs for six.
Salma Khatun took the wicket in the first round with the aim of giving England a low score. In the next round, the Bangladesh captain returned to another English opener. But English did not experience much running. Andy Jones scored an unbeaten 28 in 24, Natali Shiva 17-23 England won easily because of that
Short score:
Bangladesh: 76/9 in 20 overs (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).
United Kingdom: (target 16 overs) 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 won by 7 wickets
Match referee: Kirsty Gordon


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