The girls of Bangladesh snatched a quick victory against Pakistan in the Super Over. But before that Bangladesh women’s cricket team set a unique precedent by tying the match in 50 overs.
Bangladesh women cricketers have been proving time and again that they are not easy to give up. Just like on Tuesday again in the match against Pakistan girls, they finally fought to the ground. He took the match to super over, but that match was also tied. And in that, the Bangladesh women’s team and Dhaka’s cricket ground have set a unique precedent.
The second ODI against Pakistan on Tuesday remains a draw at first. In case of tie, the match will be played in super over. After that, the Super Over match was also tied. With this, Bangladesh tied two matches this year. Bangladesh girls tied a match with India in July. That match, however, did not go into super overs. And on Tuesday they tied against Pakistan. Even though this match went to Super Over, the game ended in a draw there as well. More interestingly, Dhaka is the first venue where 2 tie women’s ODI matches have been held.
Bangladesh lost the first ODI match against Pakistan by 5 wickets. They won the second ODI match with a strong hand. However, Bangladesh somehow scored 169 runs for 9 wickets after playing the entire 50 overs. Captain Nigar Sultana scored a half-century.
Niger’s innings of 54 runs off 104 balls was some oxygen for Bangladesh. Along with that, Fergana Haque’s 88-ball 40 took Bangladesh’s scoreboard to a somewhat decent place. Or the rest of the situation was the same. The third highest run was 16. Shobna Mostari and Fahima Khatun scored 16 each. Sadia Iqbal and Nashra Sandhu took 2 wickets each for Pakistan.
Pakistan’s batting order is also in Lazegobor in order to chase runs. They were bowled out for 169 in 49.5 overs. Sadaf Shams scored maximum 29 runs. Pakistan captain Nida Dar scored 27. Rabeya Khan of Bangladesh took three wickets alone. If the match is tied, it goes to super over. There, Pakistan lost 2 wickets and scored 7 runs in one over. In response, Bangladesh won the match by losing 1 wicket and scoring 10 runs in the super over.