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Mortaza & shakib to mess up the first appearance against afghanistan 558 views
Bangladesh 267 (Mushfiqur 71 runs, Shakib 63 runs, Shapoor 2 wickets for 20 runs) Afghanistan 162 for all out (Nabi 44, Mashrafe 3 wickets for 20 runs) beat by 105 runs
The first appearance of World Cup Afghanistan was the story of the day in Canberra but Bangladesh's Mashrafe Mortaza won 105 races to calm the worries of an early crisis at the hands of newcomers.
Bangladesh stammered to 267 high and only reached the score through a 15 over fire from Shakib al Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim. Then it was the turn of Mashrafe sink Afghanistan to 3-3 in the third cover. Recovery took Afghanistan long time long enough to bring the rate to asking out of his reach. Afghanistan was finally shot out for 162 but it would have taken a lot of positive things in his first outing.
Samiullah Shenwari who had been eliminated by the bowling attack after seven balls to transgress in the danger zone twice led the recovery with the bat. It struck first limit of the equipment a shock through the covers of Mortaza. Nawroz Mangal helped pull the team out of trouble and added 62 for the fourth gate. The rate is required however it was on the rise and pressure led to the window of Mangal, who dunked at deep square leg. Rubel took the catch but hurt the leg in the fall. Then Shenwari was sold out at 26 when most of the pickup and Sabbir border on the side of the leg shot found him far constitute the crease.
Mohammad Nabi and Najibullah Zadran added 58 runs for sixth portillo before Najubullah fell leg before Shakib in the finished 37th. Mashrafe then collected his third postigo dismissing Nabi. Seven down tail Afghanistan hit some shots until the innings came to an end in the finished 43rd.
It was appropriate that the first player Afghanistan knows that the rest of the world Hamid Hassan rolled the first installment of his country at the World Cup. Hassan a decorated Warrior face of painting and Shapoor Zadran kept the Bangladesh openers quiet for 14 overs before Mirwais Ashraf picked up both Tamim Iqbal and Anamul Haque in the space of two extensions. The opening pair batted circumspectly and did well to avoid giving first windows.
Tamim however is upset, and it was hard in Ashraf, survive a caught behind appeal when she appeared at the edge of the ball and a close race after confusion with Anamul. The latter took his time up to Ashraf caught it before with a magnificent inducker leg.
Ashraf shot a magnificent first spell and Bangladesh were under their spell until Soumya Sarkar hammered 15 discount on its ninth to plunder its figures. He had given only 17 of his first eight overs. Soumya and Mahmudullah added 50 runs of patients for the third window until the pair fell in second stage of Shapoor.
The fourth window at the start of the 30th more brought together Mushfiqur and Shakib at a crucial stage when more windows could they have left vulnerable to the sort of collapse that persecuted them in 2014. Association of greater success for the team batting is made with almost instantly picking up singles and doubles with regularity before plunder hitting 48 runs in the Powerplay. The couple moved to their respective fifties and had begun to get underway in the Afghanistan attack when Shakib fell in the 45th edition, after making 63 off 51 balls, with six to four feet and a pulled six over deep square leg. The pair of fifth postigo added 114 runs in 15.3 overs.
Bangladesh immediately lost its way as Sabbir Rahman fought through staying 2, 1-over, keeping Mushfiqur in the end of no-golpeador. Mushfiqur struck four as soon as he returned to the strike but throat fell shortly after 56-ball 71 painfully of one in the background midwicket in the 48th over. Mashrafe cats hit three towards the end, but even then Bangladesh had only made 73 in his last ten overs while that the loss of its last six windows.
After having rolled with the discipline during the first 29.1 overs of Bangladesh vs Afghanistan entries gave too many four balls during Shakib-Mushfiqur society. They looked like the tires in the field.