Australia vs Bangladesh 2nd T20 Match 2nd Innings Live Cricket Match Today

Australia vs Bangladesh 2nd T20 Match 2nd Innings Live Cricket Match Today


Australia vs Bangladesh 2nd T20 cricket match 1st inning summary: Australia chose to bat before winning the toss in the second match. Their two openers, Alex Carrey and Glenn Philippe started watching. In Mirpur Sher-e-Bangla, Bangladesh started bowling with spin again. 


Captain Mahmudullah brought Mahdi Hasan to attack Riyadh. Australia can make only 1 run from the first over of Tiger offspinner. In the second over, Nasum Ahmed was attacked by Kare, who hit a pair of boundaries. However, in the next over, Mahedi showed the way to this opener.


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Mostafizur Rahman Magic Ban vs Aus 2nd T20 Match

Mostafizur Rahman showed magic in the first over. Australian opener Glenn Philippe was fooled by an incredible delivery from the cutter master.


Mahmudullah Riyad attacked Mostafiz in the sixth over of the Bangladesh innings. Fiz digested four in the first ball of the over, but then Fiz turned around brilliantly. The second and third said dot.


The fourth ball gave an incredible delivery. Whether to leave Philippe (10 off 14 balls) or not, the leg stamp that was exposed from the backside flew to Mostafiz's cut. Australia lost 2 wickets for 31 runs.


At the time of writing, the Aussies had scored 34 runs for the loss of two wickets in 7 overs. Mitchell Marsh is unbeaten on 11 and Moyches Hendrix is unbeaten on 2.


The rate of batting failure in the first T20. Australia chose to bat before winning the toss in the second match. Their two openers, Alex Carrey and Glenn Philippe started watching.


In Mirpur Sher-e-Bangla, Bangladesh started bowling with spin again. Australia can make only 1 run from the first over of Mehdi Hasan.


In the second over, Nasum Ahmed was attacked by Kare, who hit a pair of boundaries. However, in the next over, Mahedi showed the way to this opener.


Unable to understand the spin in the third ball of the over, Kare (11 off 11 balls) gave up mid-off. Nasum took an easy catch. Australia lost the first wicket by 13 runs.

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