Australia beat Bangladesh in 4th T20I I bangladesh vs australia 4th t20i dhaka mitchell swepson and andrew tye shines with the ball I Mitchell Swepson and Andrew Tye ki ghatak gendbaji I Australia vs Bangladesh 4th T20I
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- Australia beat Bangladesh in 4th T20 International match
- Australia tasted the first win in the current series
- Australia’s plan against Bangladesh proved to be a masterstroke
Dhaka: Australia finally tasted victory on the ongoing Bangladesh tour. Ashton Agar and bowlers scored a brilliant performance as Australia beat Bangladesh by 3 wickets with 6 balls to spare in the 4th T20I on Saturday. Bangladesh won the toss and batted first in the match played at Shere Bangla Stadium in Dhaka and scored 104 runs in the allotted 20 overs for the loss of 9 wickets. In reply, Australia chased down the target in 19 overs for the loss of 7 wickets.
Recall that Bangladesh won the first T20 by 23 runs, the second T20 by 10 wickets and the third T20 by 10 runs. Australia was so fed up with the loss that it changed its plan, which proved to be a masterstroke. Let us tell you what was the change that Australia made, due to which it got its first win.
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Actually, Australia had made two changes in their playing XI for this match. Nathan Ellis and Adam Zampa, who took hat-trick in the previous match, were replaced by Andrew Tye and Mitchell Swepson. Swepson and Tye both put in excellent performances, which proved to be masterstrokes for Australia and they managed to register the win. Both Mitchell Swepson and Andrew Tye took three wickets each to restrict Bangladesh to such a low score.
Mitchell Swepson took three wickets for only 12 runs in 4 overs. For this excellent performance, the leg-spinner was adjudged the player of the match. At the same time, experienced fast bowler Andrew Tye also bowled brilliantly, taking three wickets for 18 runs in 3 overs. Swepson destroyed the Bangladesh opener and middle order, while Andrew Tye destroyed the hosts’ lower order.
However, Australia did not win easily. Chasing the target of 105 runs, the visiting team at one point lost the wickets of top-6 batsmen for 65 runs. Then Ashton Agar (27) made a 34-run partnership with Ashton Turner (9 *) to bring back the Kangaroo team and reached the threshold of winning the match. Then Andrew Tye (4*) sealed Australia’s victory with Turner. The plan to feed Swepson and Tye certainly proved to be a masterstroke for Australia.
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