The Day 7 of the T20 World Cup Super 12 stage noticed West Indies tackle Bangladesh within the first recreation of the day earlier than Pakistan was at loggerheads with Afghanistan within the night match.
The first match was anyone’s recreation till the final over. Batting first, the Windies put up 142 on the board courtesy of some lusty dying overs hitting from Man of the Match, Nicholas Pooran, and Jason Holder. Bangladesh was sloppy within the area, conceding a couple of too many runs and dropping greater than a few possibilities.
In the run chase, Bangladesh seemed snug at one stage. However, the strain of the climbing required fee received to them. They left too many runs for the ultimate over which was bowled by Andre Russell, who managed to carry his nerve and declare West Indies’ first victory of the event.
The second recreation of the night time had quite a lot of thrills too. Afghanistan made the daring choice to bat first after profitable the toss, straying away from the norm on this T20 World Cup. Their batters had a torrid time, scampering to 76/6 earlier than a shocking partnership between Mohammad Nabi and Gulbadin Naib took them to a combating whole of 147.
The unbeaten Pakistan aspect received off to a poor begin, dropping Mohammad Rizwan early on. Skipper Babar Azam performed nicely for his fifty and constructed a partnership with Fakhar Zaman. Unfortunately, not one of the different batsmen caught round lengthy sufficient as Pakistan misplaced wickets at common intervals.
The recreation wasn’t achieved, nonetheless. Asif Ali, their protagonist from the earlier match, smoked 4 sixes within the penultimate over off Karim Janat when Pakistan wanted 24 to win. It was the Men in Green’s third win in a row and so they’re now sitting fairly on the prime of the desk. As for the Afghans, the loss does harm however their web run fee remains to be wholesome.
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