Shakib gets 4, Afghanistan`s 5 down
Published: 10:07 PM, 24 June 2019 Updated: 10:08 PM, 24 June 2019
Left-hand spinner Shakib Al Hasan has removed Ashgar Afghan (20 off 38) to get his 4th wicket in the match against Afghanistan, ICC Cricket World Cup at Southampton.
Asghar was bogged down and looked desperate to get off strike previous ball. He shuffles back and forth side to side across the crease as Shakib approached this time and finally stopped moving with his feet outside leg stump as Shakib floated one full on the middle. Asghar goes for the slog sweep as a release shot in frustration, too much elevation and not enough distance. Basic catch was taken at waist height 8 yards in from the rope.
End of over 34. Afghanistan are 125/5. Samiullah Shinwari 7 and Ikram Alikhil 6 are in the batting.
Earlier, Shakib Al Hasan removed dangerous Gulbadin Naib (47 off 75) and Mohammad Nabi (0) in the 1st and 3rd ball of 29th over and Afghanistan lost their 4th wickets to 104/4.
It was a beauty flighted on the fourth stump and skidded on with Nabi's technique exposed. He gave a half-hearted stride forward prodding with a gap between bat and pad. The ball clips the inside edge before ricocheting onto leg stump. Shakib is rocking this tournament! Gulbadin drives to Liton at short cover who catches smartly in front of his body.
Mosaddek Hossain sends back Hashmatullah Shahidi (11 off 31) as Afghanistan lost their 2nd wickets to 79/2 in 20.5 over. It was a lovely flight from Mosaddek Hossain to Hashmatullah Shahidi, and stumping easily.
Shakib Al Hasan strikes to his very first over to send back Rahmat Shah for 24 and Afghanistan lost their 1st wicket to 49 in 10.5 over.
Earlier, Mushfiqur Rahim's 83 off 87, Shakib Al Hasan's 51 off 69 helped Bangladesh to post 262/7 against Afghanistan in their 7th World Cup match at Southampton, England.
After winning the toss Afghanistan asked Bangladesh to bat first. Bangladesh lost their 1st wicket to 23 as Liton Das dismissed by Mujeeb Ur Rahman. The right-handed batsman tried to clear Mujeeb through the cover area. But is lofted drive found a fielder on the line who took a super low catch to remove Liton for 16 off 17.
Tamim Iqbal and Shakib Al Hasan made 59 runs in the 2nd wicket stand. Afghanistan off-spinner Mohammad Nabi bowled opener, Tamim Iqbal, as Bangladesh lost their 2nd wickets to 82/2. The ball crashes into the middle, and he departs for a rather pedestrian 36-ball 53.
After Tamim's departure, Mushfiqur and Shakib stand for Bangladesh. Tigers lost their 3rd wicket to 143/3 as Mujeeb ur Rahman gets Shakib Al Hasan trapped in front. A length ball that came inside to the left-hander and hits him on the pads. Shabid does not review it as he walks off after scoring 51.
After Shakib went out Soumya Sarkar also send back by Mujeeb. Soumya tries to flick a Mujeeb ur Rahman delivery but the ball skids and hits his pads. Given out but Sarkar takes the review. The ball seems to be just hitting the leg stump and that's the end of Soumya.
After Soumya departs for only 3 Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmudullah made crucial 56 runs stand in the 5th wicket. Mahmudullah went out to while tried to hit Gulbadin over mid-on. Bangladesh loses its fifth wicket to 207/5 in 42.6 over.
Musfiqur made another 44-run stand with Mosaddek in the 6th wicket stand. Before went out to Dawlat Zadran Mushfiqur made top score 83 off 87 balls. Mosaddek Hossain's 35 off 34 helped Bangladesh to score 262/7 in 50 over.
For Afghanistan Mujeeb Ur Rahman took 3 for 39 and skipper Gulbadin Naib took 2 for 56.
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