Pakistan wins the T20Is series against Bangladesh by 3-0

Pakistan wins the T20Is series against Bangladesh by 3-0
Pakistan's Khushdil Shah (C) shakes hand with Bangladesh's Nurul Hasan after winning the third Twenty20 cricket match between Bangladesh and Pakistan at Sher-E-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Dhaka on November 22, 2021. (Photo by Munir Uz zaman / AFP)
Pakistan wins the T20Is series against Bangladesh by 3-0
Pakistan wins the T20Is series against Bangladesh by 3-0

In the third T20I match, Bangladesh batted first and set a target of 125 in 20 overs against Pakistan.

Pakistan responded by chasing the target in 20 overs and winning by 5 wickets.

Mohammad Naim of Bangladesh batted brilliantly, scoring 47 off 50 balls, including two sixes and two fours. Shamim Hossain was the inning’s second-highest scorer, with 22 off 23 balls and four fours.
Pakistan’s Shahnawaz Dahani began his T20I career by dismissing Najmul Hossain Shanto. In three overs, he allowed only 24 runs. Mohammad Wasim Jr, a right-arm pacer, and Usman Qadir, a leg-spinner, each took two wickets.

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While Iftikhar Ahmed, who replaced veteran all-rounder Shoaib Malik, was unable to take a wicket. Bangladesh skipper Mahmudullah bowled well, dismissing three players while allowing only ten runs in his one over.

Pakistan’s Mohammad Rizwan (41) and Haider Ali (45) put on a 51-run partnership. Pakistan skipper Babar Azam failed to score with the bat once more. Iftikhar Ahmed hit six runs off two balls.

Pakistan and Bangladesh will now meet in the first Test of a two-match series, which will begin on November 26 in Chittagong.

While Iftikhar Ahmed, who replaced veteran all-rounder Shoaib Malik, was unable to take a wicket. Bangladesh skipper Mahmudullah bowled well, dismissing three players while allowing only ten runs in his one over.

Pakistan’s Mohammad Rizwan (41) and Haider Ali (45) put on a 51-run partnership. Pakistan skipper Babar Azam failed to score with the bat once more. Iftikhar Ahmed hit six runs off two balls.

Pakistan and Bangladesh will now meet in the first Test of a two-match series, which will begin on November 26 in Chittagong.

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