Bangladesh vs Australia:-Shakib Al Hasan returned a wonderful figure of 4-9 as Bangladesh held Australia to its most minimal Twenty20 cricket score in dominating the last match of their series by 60 sudden spikes in demand for Monday.
Shakib turned into the subsequent bowler to take 100 T20 wickets, after Sri Lanka’s Lasith Malinga, as Bangladesh safeguarded 112-8 by bowling Australia out for 62 in 13.4 overs.
Pacer Mohammad Saifuddin finished with 3-12 to assume a critical part in setting off Australia’s breakdown as Bangladesh won the series 4-1.
Just two Australian batsmen arrived at twofold figures with commander Matthew Wade scoring 22 and Ben McDermott making 17.
Shakib got the first of his four wickets, perplexing Wade with speedier conveyances after left-arm spinner Ansum Ahmed excused opener Dan Christian (3) and Mitchell Marsh (4).
Shakib then, at that point improved of Ashton Turner for his 100th wicket. In the middle of Saifuddin, one of the two changes by Bangladesh, torn through the Australian center request.
Shakib then, at that point guaranteed Australia would neglect to arrive at its past low of 79 against England at Southampton.
Bangladesh batsmen additionally were not happy in this amazingly sluggish track after their chief Mahmudullah chose to bat first.
Opener Mohammad Naim top-scored for the side with 23 and Mahmudullah made 19.
Mahedi Hasan opened with Naim rather than out-of-structure Soumya Sarkar as Bangladesh got a decent beginning.
The pair added 42 runs in 4.3 overs before offspinner Turner eliminated Mahedi for 13.
Australian pacers then, at that point slowed down Bangladesh’s advancement, differing their speed.
Dan Christian had Naim gotten by Agar with a more slow conveyance to additionally deteriorate Bangladesh.
Shakib battled to make 11 off 20 however Afif Hossain showed some expectation, dispatching Christian for a six in the principal ball he confronted.
Anyway Christian pawed back with the wicket for Soumya Sarkar for 16.
Pacer Nathan Ellis, who guaranteed a full go-around on his presentation, checked Bangladesh batsmen’s hostility in the demise overs however Shakib denied the Australians a subsequent triumph.
Brief Scores: Bangladesh 122/8 (Naim 23, Mahmudullah 19, Nathan Ellis 2-16); Australia 62 hard and fast (Matthew Wade 22, Ben McDermott 17, Shakib Al Hasan 4-9). (Bangladesh vs Australia)