Bangladesh stay alive with a 26-run win over Oman in their Group B match of the T20 World Cup

Bangladesh: Both Oman and Bangladesh now have one win apiece and will battle for the only place left to qualify for the Super 12 stage.

Bangladesh kept their Super 12 hopes alive with a nervous 26-run win over co-host Oman in their match of Group B T20 World Cup here on Tuesday.

Starter Mohammad Naim scored a good half-century to help Bangladesh score a 154-run goal before pitchers, led by star Mustafizur Rahman (4/36), crowned Oman 127 of 9.

Both Oman and Bangladesh now have one win a piece. And will battle for the only place left to qualify for the Super 12 stage.

Scotland, who beat Papua New Guinea earlier in the day, has already qualified for the group.

As Oman faces Scotland, Bangladesh will next play Papua New Guinea.

In pursuit of a challenging target. Ludhianaborn Jatinder Singh (40 of 33) made a solid start for Oman alongside Kashyap Prajapati (21). But the other bullies struggled.

Like Oman, Bangladesh was guilty of losing catches. But under enormous pressure, they kept their nerves. And thanks to the skillful leadership of Captain Mahmudullah and spinners Shakib Al Hasan. And Mahedi Hasan celebrated a strong comeback.

Left-arm pacemaker Mustafizur Rahman took four wickets.

Oman needed 54 runs in the last five overs. But as the borders dried and the required execution rate increased steadily. Hitters in Oman despaired and sought the big hits. Losing their home ground in the process.

Shakib, who was playing with the bat, also hit the ball. Finishing with an impressive 3/28 while Mahedi Hassan (1/14) and Mohammad Saifuddin (1/16) each took a wicket.

Bangladesh, who lost their first tournament to Scotland. Decided to win a competitive game and fought for the loss of two wickets in the power play at 29.

Therefore with his back to the wall, Naim, who made 64 of 51 deliveries. And In addition, all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan (42 of 29) shared an 81-run position to give their team a much-needed boost.

Catches dropped and sloppy fielding only increased the batter’s confidence.

While Fayyaz Butt, who played for Pakistan U19 cricket. Made an astonishing reception from his bowling alley to dump Mahedi Hasan for a duck, Oman was guilty of missing up to three catches.

Naim, who played his first game of the tournament, reached four highs and three limits, while Shakib’s innings were studded with six fours.

In addition, A brilliant field game in which Aqib affected the career of Ilyas Shakib and the spring returned to the crotch of Oman.

However, the Cohosts took advantage of the momentum. And grabbed six wickets while giving away 41 runs in the final five overs.

Pacers Fayyaz Butt (3/30), Kaleemullah (2/30), and Bilal Khan (3/18) shared eight wickets. While left-arm spinner Zeeshan Maqsood (1/17) accounted for one.

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