West Indies pulled off a heist over Bangladesh in Sharjah, taking triumph from the jaws of rout to remain alive in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. With 13 to protect in the last finished, Andre Russell carried his abundance of involvement to the front to nail yorkers in as Bangladesh missed the mark by only three runs. Bangladesh’s opportunities to advance in the competition decreased hugely after the misfortune.
A story of two comparable powerplays
Toward the finish of their initial six overs, the two groups were on a balanced, getting done with 29/2. Shakib Al Hasan opened without precedent for T20I cricket, however was battling with a hamstring injury. He fell for 9, while Mohammad Naim, who was dropped prior, cleaved on in the following over. It’s solely after the powerplay that Bangladesh began to speed up.
For West Indies, Chris Gayle opened the batting with Lendl Simmons being forgotten about. Be that as it may, neither him nor Evin Lewis got rolling. Gayle’s helpless competition proceeded as he was pushed over by Mahedi Hasan in the fifth over.
What occurred in the center overs then, at that point?
Bangladesh had a preferred one over West Indies. Liton Das was downgraded in the request to No.3, and it was exactly what he really wanted. He helped fasten Bangladesh’s innings together in the pursuit with a created 43-ball 44, adding remains with Soumya Sarkar, Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmudullah. He was the turn around which Bangladesh’s pursuit spun. They scored 70 runs between overs 7 and 15 to remain on track in the pursuit.
At 55 for 2 at the midway stage, it seemed as though an intense errand with the asking rate approaching nine. Yet, two major overs off Akeal Hosein and Dwayne Bravo from that point assisted them with remaining on the game.
Was it a simple occupation from there on?
Not actually, with West Indies striking one after another. They pulled it back a piece with two tight overs, as Ravi Rampaul pushed over Mushfiqur before long Sarkar. West Indies didn’t take their run-out risks, nor did they bowl with discipline, bowling upwards of 8 wides. Jason Holder surrendered 11 in the sixteenth over to cut down the situation to 33 off 24 balls.
Liton, in any case, fell in the nineteenth over for a 43-ball 44 as West Indies sniffed an opportunity for a rebound. In the last over where 13 were required, West Indies botched a run-out opportunity, a dropped a catch, and had a misfield that surrendered two in the last finished. However, the set Mahmudullah couldn’t take care of business as Bangladesh slipped to their third progressive misfortune.
How did West Indies make a helpless beginning once more?
Its an obvious fact that West Indies’ hitters haven’t got rolling so far in the competition. It wasn’t likewise the least demanding pitch to bat on with the ball not coming on. With the bowlers taking the speed off with their offcutters, and with the rear of the length ones were difficult to hit across the line, it was hard to get the limits, with only two coming in ten overs. Great bowling changes in the initial ten kept West Indies secured to 48 for 3.
Could they recuperate?
It just deteriorated with captain Pollard battling and in the end strolling off resigned hurt when on 8 off 16. Russell was run-out upholding at the non-striker’s end following for a precious stone duck as Bangladesh held onto control. The West Indies batsmen – who’ve battled in overs through 7 and 11 in this competition, didn’t utilize their feet against the spinners, nor did they utilize the straighter choice, as verified by Pooran at the halfway stage. Taskin bowled wonderfully with 13 specks in his spell surrendering only 17.
How did West Indies then, at that point, reach 140 or more?
On account of an ambitious 22-ball 40 from Pooran, who showed a few looks at refinding structure in the last game and getting a move on Bangladesh. He struck two major leg-side sixes to begin the energy shift. Roston Chase, in his lady T20I, held his end with a helpful 39. In spite of the fact that he was unable to hurry up, he kept Bangladesh under control. Holder too struck enormous blows subsequent to being given a respite and Pollard returned in the last over to strike a six as West Indies went into the break with force on their side.
Brief scores: West Indies 142/7 in 20 overs (Roston Chase 39, Nicholas Pooran 40; Mahedi Hasan 2-27, Mustafizur 2-43, Shoriful Islam 2-20) beat Bangladesh 139/5 in 20 overs (Liton Das 44, Mahmudullah 31*) by 3 runs.