BANGLADESH CREATED HISTORY, WON THE T20 SERIES AGAINST AUSTRALIA FOR THE FIRST TIME
Bangladesh beat Australia by 10 runs in the third T20I in Dhaka to seal their first-ever series win over their opponents in any format. Bangladesh started this journey with a 4-wicket win against Afghanistan, followed by a 39-run win in the first match, 48 runs in the second match, and a 9-wicket win in the last match against Zimbabwe. At the same time, the Bangladesh team won the first match against Australia by 23 runs and then defeated by 5 wickets in the second match. At the same time, in this thrilling third match played at Dhaka ground till the last over, he created history by winning by 10 runs and managed to win the series for the first time against Australia.
Bangladesh captain Mahmudullah guided his side to their first-ever series win over Australia on Friday, masterminding a thrilling 10-run victory in the third Twenty20 international. Having taken an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match series in Dhaka, the young Bangladesh team fell into each other's arms in disbelief at their biggest night in cricket. Before this week, Bangladesh had never even beaten Australia in a T20. It was their first series win over their lauded opponents in any format.
"I am so proud. The boys stood up at an important time," said the captain, whose 52 was the foundation of Bangladesh's 127 for nine off their 20 overs. While the Bangladesh team’s batsmen were facing difficulty in scoring runs, on the other hand, captain Mahmudullah played a belligerent inning of 52 runs in 53 balls with the help of 4 fours and took the team to a respectable score.
Bangladesh team scored only 127 runs in the stipulated 20 overs for the loss of 9 wickets, after which it seemed that Australia would win this match easily, although it did not happen. Chasing the runs, the Kangaroo team started well on the basis of Ben McDermott (35) and Mitchell Marsh (51) but due to playing more cautiously against Mustafizur Rahman (9 runs in 4 overs), they were far behind in runs. Went. As a result, Australia’s team needed 22 runs to win in the last over and they could make only 11. Bangladesh team won the series by 10 runs and won the series.