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In the second game of their three-game Twenty20 series, all-rounder Mehidy Hasan Miraz led Bangladesh to a dramatic upset victory over world champions England by four wickets, clinching the series with a game remaining on Sunday in Mirpur.
The home team’s attempt to reach 118 began on a depressing note when openers Litton Das and Rony Talukdar left early for single-digit scores. Then, though, came the pair of Najmul Hossain Shanto and Mehidy Hasan, who got Bangladesh back on track with a 41-run partnership.
“It’s crucial to maintain your nerves and concentrate during a game like this. Mehidy and Shanto shown strong spirit by playing an outstanding innings for the team “Shakib Al Hasan, the skipper of Bangladesh, stated.
The only bright spot for England was Jofra Archer, who took three wickets in four overs, including the vital ones of Mehidy and Afif Hossain. Sam Curran, Moeen Ali, and Rehan Ahmed each contributed one wicket for England.
However, Bangladesh managed to reach the mark with seven balls to spare thanks to Najmul’s brilliant 46 and Taskin Ahmed’s support, driving the audience into a frenzy.
It was a day England would like to forget. Prior to this series, they had never lost a T20I to Bangladesh, but today they suffered right away as Phil Salt was caught and bowled by Shakib on 25, and Dawid Malan left early. The only notable performance was Ben Duckett’s run-a-ball 28, but even that was insufficient to keep things going as Mehidy Hasan smashed through the middle order on a shifting field, taking four wickets for just 12 runs.
“It was a close T20 match, and credit goes to Bangladesh for outperforming us. Although no batter ever wants to go out, it can be difficult to begin their innings on a difficult wicket. Ben Duckett needed someone to stick with him, “Jos Buttler, the England captain, stated.
Despite the defeat, Buttler was pleased with his team’s performance, especially their superb bowling display that built pressure and protected a low total.
On his T20I debut, Ahmed scored 11, helping England finish with 117, their eighth-lowest T20I total.
Tuesday at the same location will see the third and final T20I. Let’s hoping England can turn things around after this setback and win the series!