Bangladesh women's team reach final of T20 World Cup Qualifier and qualify for main stage

Chasing the target, Thailand started off very shakily as they lost three wickets within 13 runs. After that Natthakan Chantham stayed at one end but could not bring the team victory as she didn’t get the support of other batsmen. Chantham departed in the last over after scoring 64 runs off 51 balls with 4 fours and 3 sixes.

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Bangladesh women’s team beat Thailand women’s team by 11 runs in the second semi-final of the ICC Women's T20 World Cup Qualifier to reach the final. At the same time, the Tigers have qualified for the next edition of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup. Bangladesh will face Ireland in the World Cup qualifier final.
In Abu Dhabi, the toss fell in favor of Thailand. Thailand captain Naruemol Chaiwai sent Bangladesh to bat first. Two openers Fargana Haque and Murshida Khatun started off very slowly. Fargana departed after scoring 11 runs off 17 balls. As soon as the team crossed fifty runs, Murshida departed also scoring 26 runs off 35 balls. Skipper Nigar Sultana also could not score quick runs that day. She scored 17 runs off 24 balls.
After Sobhana Mostary departed with 6 runs from 10 balls, Ritu Moni and Rumana Ahmed scored some quick runs to gather a fighting total of 113 runs in 20 overs. Ritu scored 17 runs off 10 balls and Rumana remained unbeaten on 28 runs from 24 balls.
Chasing the target, Thailand started off very shakily as they lost three wickets within 13 runs. After that Natthakan Chantham stayed at one end but could not bring the team victory as she didn’t get the support of other batsmen. Chantham departed in the last over after scoring 64 runs off 51 balls with 4 fours and 3 sixes.
In the end, Thailand was able to score 102 runs after losing 6 wickets in the d 20 overs. Salma Khatun, who took 2 wickets in the last 2 balls, was calm and composed in the last over. She took three wickets in total. Besides, Sanjida Akter Meghla took two wickets and Nahida Akter had one.
Before this, Ireland qualified for the main stage of the World Cup in addition to reaching the World Cup qualifying final after defeating Zimbabwe by 4 runs in the first semi-final. Apart from hosts South Africa and current champions Australia, England, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, West Indies, and New Zealand will play in the main round of the World Cup along with Ireland and Bangladesh.