The task is complete.
The Bangladesh team won the T20I series at home against Australia and New Zealand’s TransTasman cricket team. The last 10 T20Is in the last six weeks show that Bangladesh has won 7 of the 10 games, 4 against the Australian and 3 against the New Zealander. The angel number
shows that this is a great accomplishment, doesn’t it?
Although Australia is a worn out team (there is no star player on the line-up) and New Zealand is a full bstring team, both results are considered a great success of the ball. The victories in this series, however, were achieved on a non-athletic and slow course, which raised questions about the “correct” preparation process for the upcoming T20 World Championship.
England often produces lined wickets on its home court, New Zealanders arrange green wickets and India prepares dusty wickets, and the ball spins on the first day of testing. But this type of wicket, or what is known as “home advantage”, usually applies to test matches. Mohammad Naim was acquitted of restricted cricket in the third T20I Sunday AFP
. Specifically, in T20 cricket, you won’t often see green or dusty little doors as part of the “home advantage”. T20 Cricket is all about excitement. scored 110 or 120 points from 120 throws, or hit the opponent with a score of 6070 or so and pursued the goal. 1819 times were not T20 cricket.
If this happens once or twice in five games it can be called a bad day at the office. But if the whole show happens like that, it’s not “T20 Cricket”. In those 10 games, with the exception of the last game, all three teams struggled with clubs and even goal boundaries. The average total number of hits in the first round of the Series Bangladesh Australia was 121, and the average total number of hits in the second round was 103.
The average total number of hits in the first round of the New Zealand Series was 116, and the average total number of hits in the second round was 100!