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- Australia beat Bangladesh by 3 wickets in 4th T20 International
- Bangladesh team leads 3-1 in the series of five T20 Internationals
- The fifth and final T20 International match of the series between the two teams will be played on Monday.
Dhaka: Australia finally tasted their first win in the ongoing series in Bangladesh on Saturday. After suffering consecutive losses in the first three T20Is, Australia managed to beat Bangladesh by 3 wickets, right after faltering in the fourth T20I.
In the fourth T20 International match played at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka, Bangladesh batted first and scored 104 runs in the allotted 20 overs for the loss of 9 wickets. In reply, Australia chased down the target with 6 balls to spare.
The bowlers and Ashton Agar (27) played an important role in Australia’s victory. Australia lost 6 wickets for 65 runs. Ashton Agar then made a crucial 34-run partnership with Ashton Turner (9*) to take Australia to the threshold of victory. Agar was caught by Shariful Islam at the hands of Shamim Hussain. Agar scored 27 runs in 27 balls with the help of two fours and a six.
After this, Andrew Tye (4 *) and Turner together gave Australia the victory. Mustafizur Rahman and Mehdi Hasan took two wickets each for Bangladesh. Shariful Islam and Nasoom Ahmed got one success each. Now the fifth and final T20 International match between the two teams will be played on Monday.
Australia’s middle order disappointed once again. Mustafizur Rahman dismissed Alex Carey (1) lbw for the fifth wicket of the visiting team. After this, Mitchell Marsh (11) was clean bowled by Mehidy Hasan and gave the sixth blow to Australia. Marsh scored 11 runs in 15 balls with the help of a four.
Bangladesh’s strong comeback
Bangladesh stopped Australia’s aggression and took two wickets in quick succession. Nasoom Ahmed lbw out Ben McDermott (5). The score was increased by two runs that Dan Christian (39) was caught by Mustafizur Rahman at the hands of Shamim Hussain. Rahman bowled the wicket maiden over. Moises Henriques (4) was run out by Shakib Al Hasan, giving Australia the fourth blow.
five consecutive sixes
Dan Christian showed his aggressive intentions as soon as he came to the crease. He scored 39 runs in just 15 balls at a strike rate of 260. Christian hit one four and five sixes during his innings. Christian hit five consecutive sixes in the fourth over of Shakib Al Hasan’s innings. Christian missed a six off the fourth ball of the over.
Chasing the target of 105 runs, Australia had a very poor start. Captain Matthew Wade returned to the dugout after scoring 2 runs. Mehdi Hassan clean bowled Wade. Dan Christian came to bat in place of Mitchell Marsh at number three
Andrew Tye dismissed Mehdi Hasan (23) and Shariful Islam in the last over to restrict Bangladesh to 104/9. Andrew Tye and Mitchell Swepson took three wickets each for Australia. Two wickets for Josh Hazlewood and one wicket for Ashton Agar.
Spevsan-Agar gave a strong blow to Bangladesh
Mitchell Swepson caught Bangladesh opener Mohammad Naeem (28) at the hands of Wade for his third victim. Ashton Agar then pushed Bangladesh to the backfoot by getting Afif Hossain (21) caught out by Henriques. After this, Andrew Tye gave Bangladesh the seventh blow by getting Shamim Hussain (3) in the hands of Carey.
Australia’s strong comeback
Mohammed Naeem shared a 24-run partnership with Shakib Al Hasan (15) for the second wicket, but then Australia came back strongly. Hazlewood got Shakib out caught by wicketkeeper Wade. Shakib scored 15 runs in 26 balls with the help of a four. Then Mitchell Swepson bowled amazingly and took two wickets in two consecutive balls. Swepson lbw out Mahmudullah and Nurul Hasan. Both the batsmen could not open the account.
Hazlewood made the government a victim
After winning the toss and opting to bat first, Bangladesh did not have a good start. Josh Hazlewood got Soumya Sarkar caught by Alex Carey in the fourth over of the innings. Sarkar scored 8 runs in 10 balls with the help of 1 six.
Earlier, Bangladesh won the toss in the fourth T20 and decided to bat first. Bangladesh has not made any changes in their playing XI for this match. Whereas Australia has made two changes. Andrew Tye and Mitchell Swepson have been included in place of Nathan Ellis and Adam Zampa, who took hat-tricks in the previous match.
Let us inform that Bangladesh defeated Australia by 10 runs in the third and final T20 International match on Friday. For the first time in cricket history, Bangladesh have defeated Australia in a bilateral series. Bangladesh won the first T20 International by a margin of 23 runs. After this, in the second T20 International match, the hosts defeated Australia by 10 wickets.
Playing XI of both the teams:
Australia – Matthew Wade, Ben McDermott, Mitchell Marsh, Dan Christian, Moises Henriques, Alex Carey, Ashton Turner, Ashton Agar, Andrew Tye, Mitchell Swepson and Josh Hazlewood.
Bangladesh Mohamed Naeem, Soumya Sarkar, Shakib Al Hasan, Mahmudullah, Nurul Hasan, Afif Hussain, Shamim Hussain, Mehdi Hasan, Mustafizur Rahman, Shariful Islam and Nasum Ahmed.
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