Bangladesh is back with a bang
We congratulate ‘’Bangladesh Cricket Team’’ for their win against England in the second ODI. Our prayers were answered and Bangladesh didn’t fail to disappoint. The Bangladesh team came out in flying colors and got the job done in the end. [Quick Link: দেখুন দ্বিতীয় ওয়ানডেতে বাংলাদেশের বিজয়ের মুহূর্ত]
The bowlers were on fire Mashrafe Bin Mortaza the inspiration of our country was the hero of this match as he produced an all around performance in the field. He was on fire both with the bat and ball in the end he ended the innings with four wickets. Shakib bowled with variation and he also did not take much time to be on the act as he opened the innings with the ball. In the end Mashrafe finished the match as he always does for his side. He kept a cool head and handled the situation like a pro. [দেখুন ফুল স্কোরকার্ড]
England lost their first wicket with 12 keeps running on the board when James Vince edged his drive to Mosaddek at point. The ball moved a touch off the crease and showed signs of improvement of the English opener.
Mirpur swarm had something to cheer about right off the bat in England’s pursuit when Mashrafe Mortaza gave Bangladesh the main achievement in the fourth over.
England lost their third wicket in the 8 over, and found the going intense as the limits were difficult to find.
Tigers captain Mashrafe was rocking the bowling alley with his tail up, and was compensated in his fourth over when he caught England opener Jason Roy before the stumps.
Bangladesh have the high ground early…
England were managed a body-blow in the tenth over when Mashrafe knocked down some pins Ben Stokes for a five-ball duck. Stirs attempted to whip the ball towards mid-wicket, neglected to reach and saw his furniture aggravated.
Taskin couldn’t keep the weight from his end, and was blameworthy of rocking the bowling alley too short. Thus, he went for runs and permitted the English hitters to settle down at the wrinkle.
England battled back after the early wobble with Jos Buttler and Jonny Bairstow playing sensibly. Them two were quick to turn the strike, and didn’t release the free balls unpunished.
England end up in a bad position once more…
Bairstow went for a blasting drive, got a thin edge and Musfiqur didn’t commit any error behind the stumps. The English batsman scored 35 from 53 balls.
After an association of 79 keeps running in 13.5 overs between Jos Buttler and Jonny Bairstow, Taskin gave his commander the ideal blessing by sending back Bairstow in the 24th over.
Tigers creep nearer to triumph
Nasir Hossain snatched his first wicket of the match when he saw the back of Moeen Ali in the 27th over. Moeen attempted to pull a shortish ball, got an edge that traveled to mid-on where Shakib took a splendid catch behind him.
Buttler kept England above water with his thump that came at a run-a-ball. He struck seven fours and was looking debilitating similarly as the hosts were concerned. Taskin’s lbw bid was audited by England, yet the third-umpire managed in the bowler’s support.
England were attempting to stay in the challenge as they lost their seventh wicket in the 28 over when Jos Buttler was sent back for a well-made 57 by Taskin Ahmed.
Woakes attempted to run the ball to third man yet got a thick edge to Mushfiq.
Bangladesh were at the cusp of triumph when Taskin took the eighth English wicket to fall. Britain were still 107 flees from their objective with just two wickets forgot in the burrowed.
Jake Ball was the tenth wicket to fall when he offered a catch to Nasir in the 45 over. Ball scored 28 from 24.
With high hopes of winning the series, Bangladesh will play the third and final ODI in Zohur Ahmed National Stadium.
Farhan Bashar, corespondent, bdcricteam.com
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