Al Hasan Stars As Bangladesh Beat Oman

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Last Updated on 21 Oct 2021 8:20 pm (UK Time)

Shakib Al Hasan scored 42 before taking 3 wickets as Bangladesh would beat Oman while Scotland’s Josh Davey took 4 wickets as they beat Papua New Guinea in Tuesday’s ICC T20 World Cup action.

Papua New Guinea vs Scotland

Scotland won the toss and elected to bat first.

Kyle Coetzer would be bowled by Kabua Morea (pictured below) for 6 before George Munsey would be caught by Lega Siaka off the same bowler for 15. A partnership of 92 between Matthew Cross and Richie Berrington would be broken when the former would be caught by Charles Amini off the bowling of Simon Atai for 45 off 36 balls before Calum MacLeod would be caught by Morea off the bowling of Chad Soper for 10.

Berrington would be caught by Amini off the same bowler for 70 off 49 balls before Chris Greaves would be caught by Siaka off the bowling of Morea for 2. The final three wickets would fall in the final 3 deliveries with Michael Leask run out by Assad Vala for 9, Mark Watt bowled by Morea for a golden duck and Josh Davey caught by Siaka off the same bowler – Scotland collapsing from 151/3 to 165/9 in the final two overs.

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Tony Ura would be bowled by Davey for 2 before Siaka would be caught behind by Cross (pictured below) off the bowling of Brad Wheal for 9. Vala would be caught by Wheal off the bowling of Alasdair Evans for 18 before Amini would be run out by Leask for 1.

Atai would be caught by Berrington off the bowling of Davey for 2 before Sese Bau would be caught by Wheal off the bowling of Greaves for 24. Wicket-keeper Kiplin Doriga would be stumped by Cross off the bowling of Watt for 18 before Norman Vanua would be caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Davey for 47 off 37 balls. Nosaina Pokona would be run out by Evans for 1 before Soper would be the final man out, caught by Cross (his fourth dismissal of the innings) off the bowling of Davey, for 16 with Morea finishing 6 not out.

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SCO 165/9 (20 overs), PNG 148 (19.3 overs)

Bangladesh vs Oman

Bangladesh would win the toss and elect to bat first.

Liton Das would be LBW to Bilal Khan for 6 before Mahedi Hasan would be caught & bowled by Fayyaz Butt without scoring. Shakib Al Hasan would be run out by Aqib Ilyas for 42 off 29 balls before Nurul Hasan would be caught by Sandeep Goud off the bowling of Zeeshan Maqsood for 3.

Afif Hossain would be caught by Jatinder Singh off the bowling of Kaleemullah for 1 before opener Mohammad Naim (pictured below) would be caught by Ayaan Khan off the same bowler for 64 off 50 balls. Mustfiqur Rahim would be caught behind by Naseem Khushi off the bowling of Butt for 6 before Mohammad Saifuddin would be caught by Singh the following ball for a golden duck. Captain Mahmudullah would be bowled by Khan for 17 before Mustafizur Rahman would be the final man out, caught by Maqsood off the same bowler, for 2 with Taskin Ahmed 1 not out.

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Ilyas would be LBW to Rahman for 6 before Kashyao Prajapatu would be caught behind by N. Hasan off the same bowler for 21. Maqsood would be caught by Rahman off the bowling of M. Hasan for 12 before Singh would be caught by Das off the bowling of Al Hasan (pictured below) for 40 off 33 balls.

Goud would be caught by Rahim off the bowling of Saifuddin for 4 before A. Khan would be caught by Mahmudullah off the bowling of Al Hasan for 9. Khushi would be dismissed by the same combination for 4 before Kaleemullah would be caught by N. Hasan off the bowling of Rahman for 5. Butt would be the final man out as he was caught by Rahim off the bowling of Rahman without scoring with Nadeem (14) and B. Khan (0) the not out batsmen.

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BAN 153 (20 overs), OMN 127/9 (20 overs)

Bangladesh will play Papua New Guinea while Oman play Scotland, both tomorrow at 11:00 and 15:00 BST respectively for their final games.

Today’s Fixtures (Times are in BST)

11:00 – Namibia vs the Netherlands
15:00 – Ireland vs Sri Lanka

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