The Bangladesh ladies’ cricket crew proceeded with their triumphant run in the thirteenth South Asian games, overcoming has Nepal by 10 wickets in their second match of the competition at Pokhara today to give themselves a solid possibility of making the last of the competition.
Having won the hurl and choosing for field, Bangladesh packaged Nepal out for only 50 runs in the T20 undertaking with Rabeya Khan sacking four wickets for only eight runs. Jahanara Alam made the early advances, getting two wickets for two runs in three overs while Salma Khatun, Nahida Akhter and Fahima Khatun packed away one wicket each.
Bangladesh got the success in simply 7.4 overs with openers Murshida Khatun and Ayesha Rahman hitting unbeaten 22 and 26 separately. The ten-wicket win sees Bangladesh keep their expectations alive of securing gold in the competition. Bangladesh lead the four-group table with four points and will play Maldives tomorrow in their last gathering stage coordinate. The last of the competition is planned for December eighth.
Bangladesh had before frolicked to a seven-wicket prevail upon individual title-contenders Sri Lanka during their first match in the T20 rivalry yesterday.