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- Bangladesh beat Australia for 62 runs in fifth T20 match, beat them by 60 runs
- Embarrassing defeat of the Australian team, lost the T20 series 1-4
- Australian captain Matthew Wade openly expressed his disappointment after the match
T20 series played between Bangladesh and Australia in Dhaka (BAN vs AUS 5th T20I) The worst performance of the visiting team was seen in the fifth and final match of the tournament. Bangladesh had set a target of 123 runs in the fifth match but the Australian team was reduced to just 62 runs and lost the match by 60 runs. With this, the Australian team lost this T20 International series, which proved to be a nightmare, 1-4. This proved to be Australia’s most embarrassing defeat in T20 International cricket. Let us know after the match that Australian captain Matthew Wade took this defeat. (Matthew Wade) What did he say?
After the humiliating defeat in the fifth T20 and the series, the Australian captain said, “It will be hard to say that anything more positive will happen. This is a great learning opportunity for the team. It’s been many years since I played, it’s time to play T20 cricket.” It is one of the toughest situations. Learning opportunity for youngsters. Unfortunately this series was not ours. There is no excuse that we didn’t get to play much cricket. We got to play a lot of cricket in West Indies so that we came here Do well. But we didn’t do that.”
Matthew Wade further said, “Credit to Bangladesh. They played well. Our spinners have been fantastic. Mitchell Marsh has been flourishing on such pitches, he has to work very hard for it. Our bowling was excellent, just on the scoreboard. We didn’t have that many runs. We have to find a way for the spinners to play on favorable pitches. We didn’t bowl as well today as we did on the rest of the tour. If we could have stopped them 10-15 runs earlier or 10-15 runs more We are not losing by a huge margin.”
The Australian captain said, “These are very challenging conditions, but it is entirely up to us, not them, to not perform well. Congratulations to the Bangladeshi team.”
On Monday, the Australian team was bundled out for 62 runs, which proved to be their lowest score in T20 International cricket. This is the 12th lowest score by any team in T20 International cricket.
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