Bangladesh Cricket Team Won The Historic Series Against Australia Cricket Team

Bangladesh also won the first match with 131 runs. That was their own record for the fewest runs won. Mahmudullah's team had to break that record to win the third T20 today. In the match that started late in the rain, Bangladesh was reduced to 127 runs! Bangladesh defeats Australia by 10 runs at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium in Mirpur. And with this victory, Bangladesh ensured five T20 series with two matches left. Tomorrow and the last two matches on August 9 are now just a formality.

Matthew Wade was sent back by Nasum Ahmed in the second over of Australia's innings, but Mitchell Marsh and Ben McDermott's pair took Australia a long way. After the breakthrough given by Shakib Al Hasan at the crucial time, then Bangladesh got the last laugh in the bowling of the great death over of Mostafizur Rahman-Shariful Islam.

Australia took to the field that day with three chances in the XI, there was a clear change in strategy. Captain Wade brought spinner in the opening. Bangladesh's two openers Mohammad Naeem and Soumya Sarkar returned with just 3 runs. Shakib Al Hasan and Mahmudullah's 44-run partnership handled the pressure, but Shakib returned untimely. On the 15th anniversary of his international career, he returned with 26 runs off 17 balls.

After the run-out of Afif Hossain and Nurul Hasan, the wicket pressure of Shamim Hossain increased the pressure on Bangladesh. Afif and Nurul started the storm, but both had to return straight to the throw. Shamim was crushed at the beginning by the pressure of the dot ball. On the other hand, Mahmudullah survived. Although he made 30 runs from the first 38 balls, he went to the fifth with 52 balls. But not only him, but Bangladesh is also the slowest fifty in the International Twenty20.

But in the end, Bangladesh went up to 127 in that fifty of the captain. Of course, history has happened before. Nathan Ellis became the first bowler to score a hat-trick in his T20I debut, taking the wickets of Mostafizur Rahman and Mehedi Hasan after Mahmudullah. At least the first over of the run chase was relatively positive for Australia. Matthew Wade came with Ben McDermott. McDermott made 8 runs in Mehdi's first over. However, in the second over, Nasum Ahmed returned Wade.

Marsh and McDermott then put on a 63-run stand. Shakib broke that pair. Earlier, McDermott, who got his life in Shariful's hands, returned with 35 runs. In the next over, Shariful returned Moyes Henriques. However, Shariful took the most important wicket of the innings in the 18th over of the innings. Marsh caught his ball after making 51 off 47 balls.

By then, the gap between the run and the ball has increased quite a bit. Mostafizur Rahman came in the 19th over and gave only 1 run! The left-arm pacer finished bowling with 9 runs in 4 overs. 22 runs were needed in the last over. Alex Carey hit six to Mehedi Hasan in the first ball, and Mehdi Hasan made a no-ball in the fourth ball by fouling the length. However, he did not give more than 11 runs. Bangladesh has also got a historic victory.

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