Since the Covid19 pandemic, young cricketers from Bangladesh have taken part in international competitions for the first time and won 4,444 U19 victories with host Bangladesh as well as five games in the ODI youth series at the Sylhet International Cricket Stadium on Friday Victory in China. Since the Covid19 pandemic, young cricketers from Bangladesh have participated in international competitions for the first time and won 16 games.
won the field and Bangladesh chose to hit the ball first, but only three batsmen managed to shine in the game and score double digits. intermediate bat Meherob Hasan scored 49 points. 57 The game has three limits and two limits, and Prantik Nabil scored 42 in the opening game. Aich Mollah scored 22 points, while Bangladesh scored 154 points and then shot all 38.3 points.
Right-arm pacemaker Bilal Sami and left-arm rotator Shahidullah Hasani caused the most damage to Afghanistan, winning four and three wickets respectively. In defensive goals, Bengal bowling is in the lead, taking the lead, and then the interval is very short. 4,444 Afghan batsmen fought in the middle, and when the chase killed 138 people in 48.2 innings, Suliman Safi scored 48 points in the opening game, most of them in the innings.
Ripon Mondol led the local bowler with four wickets in 9.2 innings and lost 20 points. Ashikur Zaman and Naimur Rahman grabbed two wickets for the winners. Bangladesh will face Afghanistan in the second game of the series on Sunday. Former Bangladesh ODI captain Mashrafe bin Mortaza, like many others in the cricket world, visited his social media account to release a farewell message for the late former cricketer and referee Nadir Shah. The country’s famous cricket referee, Nadir, died in a municipal hospital early Friday morning after battling a long-standing cancer.
He is 57 years old.
Please also read: Referee Nadir Shah has passed away “Nadir Bhai, we will all miss you when you put on a foldable short-sleeved shirt. When I bowled, you scolded me, My front legs became stiff-Marsh, you became stiff. Come back a little bit. If I step into the danger zone, there will be no chance of breathing,” Marshraf said. “All the time you and I spent in funny chats—now turned into memories. You asked me for sunglasses but you left before I gave them to you. Keep other sizes well. May Allah bless you, “added Mashraf.
Mashrafe faced Nadir Shah who was hospitalized at the city hospital.
Nadir ran 6 Tests, 63 ODIs and 3 T20Is and was considered the best referee in cricket. And one of the most popular Nadir’s Namazejanaza was held at the Baitul Aman Mosque at 7 Dhanmondi Street after the Jummah prayer.