Tigers crush Aussies in Final T20 In the fifth and final T20 International match of the series on Monday, Bangladesh completely dominated Australia, defeating Australia by runs0 runs to take the series 4-1.
Bangladesh batted first and scored 122 for 8 off the slow road, which was used throughout the series. Australia chased down 123 runs and broke at at2, the lowest score in the T20, failing to compete for two pennies.
Shakib Al Hasan was a bowler’s pick, as he took four wickets for nine runs and Mohammad Saifuddin three.
Mahmudullah Riyadh won the toss three times in a row and decided to bat first, just like in the previous game. Bangladesh has changed a bit since Saifuddin and Mosaddeg Hossain replaced Sharifuru Islam and Shamim Hossain. Australia also made some changes after Adam Zampa and Nathan Ellis returned to the XI for Josh Hazlewood and Andrew Thai.
Tigers crush Aussies in Final T20 Bangladesh promoted Mahdi Hasan to open the innings. And when he and Naeem Sheikh stand the opening stand of 272 runs together, with just 2 deliveries delivered, the best in the series, they click even a little bit.
Ashton Turner sent Mahedi back at 1hed, and at 10 o’clock Shakib struggled again, Adam Jampa getting stuck in just 11 of 20 deliveries.
Despite a good start, the Bangladeshi mid-level batsmen could not invest as they scored only 62 runs from the last 10 overs.
Opener Naeem Bangladesh has 23 points and Mahmudura has the second highest 19 points.
Nathan Ellis caused problems in Bangladesh with the change of pace as Seemar allowed only 16 runs in 4 overs and took 2 wickets. Elderly Dan Christians also welcomed the couple.
In response, Australia lost the hero when he saw Dan Christian try to pull Nassam Ahmed into the final as his stamp was shaken. Mitchell Marsh, Australia’s most consistent batsman in the series, also fell victim to Nasum as only four were caught by LBW.
Matthew Wade made a short stand with Ben McDermott for 21, but Shakib broke it by sending the Australian captain back for 22 when Shak came to take the twentieth wicket.
Mahmudura then hit McDermott six times, but the Australian batsman returned with a few deliveries as he was given a quick return catch.
In the first match of the series, Saifuddin stumped Alex Kerry first and then pushed the ball, leaving Moises Enriquez Dolly in the hands of wicketkeeper Nuruhuha Sansohan.
In the next over, Shakib picked up his 100th T20 wicket when Ashton Turner cut a short delivery straight from him to Mahmudura Riyadh with a short cover. Currently, Shakib is the only cricketer to score 1000 runs and take 100 wickets in T20. He is only the second cricketer to take 100 wickets in T20I.
After that, the number of Australians dropped from eight to 56 and Saifuddin bowled Ashton Agar with two.
From the 1st, Shakib first jumped on Ellis’ stumps and then let the jumpa ball out Australia with just 2. This is the lowest total run in T20.