Malik 54*, Hasan’s 5 for 20 seal thrilling Comilla win

Malik 54*, Hasan's 5 for 20 seal thrilling Comilla win

Comilla Victorians surged to the highest point of the focuses table with their fifth progressive win, beating a solid Dhaka Dynamites side by four wickets. Hasan Ali’s five-for helped bowl out Dhaka for just 128 preceding Shoaib Malik’s unbeaten 50 years coolly completed the pursuit in the last finished.

With nine required off the last finished, Malik cut the primary ball from Mohammad Saddam for a four over point and an inside-edge off the third ball leveled the scores. Malik finished the triumph off the following conveyance, hastening for a solitary to end a match that had two or three warmed minutes.

In any case, it was Hasan’s 5 for 20, his lady five-for in the arrangement, that had given Comilla the high ground. He rocked the bowling alley out each of the five of the batsmen, pitching up quick conveyances on a length only in front of half-volley, however not exactly a yorker. He struck twice in the second finished, before Sunil Narine and Kumar Sangakkara included 92 keeps running for the third wicket, and afterward recovered the side into the amusement again as Dhaka slipped to 128 full scale in 18.3 overs from a place of 104 for 2 in the thirteenth over.

Narine lifts Dhaka

Hasan expelled Evin Lewis and Mehedi Maruf off his initially balls, offering some kind of reparation for having dropped Lewis in the past finished. Lewis was rocked the bowling alley attempting to swing over a quick, full conveyance. Maruf attempted a comparable thing, however was played by an inswinger that was coordinated at center and leg stump, hit his cushions and crushed into the off stump.

At the flip side, Narine had different thoughts. Sent to open out of the blue this season, he split a six off Hasan straight down the ground. Against spinners Rashid Khan and Mahedi Hasan, Narine hit sixes over square-leg and long-on. Al-Amin Hossain and Mohammad Saifuddin were likewise hit for a straight six each before the last expelled Narine in the fourteenth more than, an over after Sangakkara was rejected.

Narine had done his activity however. A 92-run association with Sangakkara for the third wicket had given Dhaka a solid base that their enormous hitters could misuse in the staying 6.2 overs. Hasan, notwithstanding, had diverse thoughts.

Hasan sinks Dhaka

One over after Narine was rejected, Rashid handled splendidly off his own particular playing to get Pollard shy of the wrinkle. Rashid, off his own rocking the bowling alley, did splendidly to remove the ball and catch Pollard shy of the wrinkle. At that point, Tamim brought back Hasan into the assault. Mosaddek’s center stump was bothered first up, yet the batsman didn’t warmly embrace Hasan’s send-off and needed to quieted around Tamim as he cleared out the field. Hasan at that point evacuated Saddam and Abu Hider, as Dhaka lost their last eight wickets for 24 runs.

Comilla’s best request falls economically

Abu Hider and Sunil Narine disposed of the Comilla openers, Liton Das and Tamim in back to back overs. Liton was knocked down some pins endeavoring a monstrous trudge, while Tamim was baffled charging at Narine subsequent to having hit him for a six off the past ball.

Imrul Kayes and Darren Bravo, who had supplanted Marlon Samuels, included 35 keeps running for the third wicket before Imrul was fixed by Saddam’s slower ball for 20. Narine disposed of Bravo with a lovely conveyance that spun from leg-stump and took the left-hander’s outside edge.

Mohammad Amir at that point rejected Jos Buttler in the seventeenth over, with Comilla as yet requiring 30 races to win.

Malik completes an extreme pursue

Two balls in the wake of rejecting Buttler, Amir expelled Mohammad Saifuddin to leave Comilla in a bad position at 103 for 6. Malik assumed responsibility with an immense six off Saddam in the following over before draining singles off Narine in the penultimate over. Saddam couldn’t stop Malik at last, as Comilla won with two balls to save. He was unbeaten on 54 off 53 balls with a six and four limits.

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