Sports Petition: Four of the highest bats, four in four, are zero. From this, it is understandable that Bangladesh's cricket team batting situation is understandable. For this reason, in the second World Cup World Cup T20 in the second game, the tigresses have lost seven squares in rain law for English women.
In the first session in Strauss, St Lucia scored 76 runners in 9 stations. England scored 55 runs for 3 wickets in 9 stations after the rain stopped playing. After the wins of the target, 64 goals were 16. The English are bowling and the other 9 balls and playing 3 balls.
Because the field was wet due to rain, the conditions in St Lucia in the previous day were slightly more useful for bowling. That's the opportunity for the English In the opening, Shamima Sultana, Farzana Haque and Nigar Sultana were rejected before opening the scoring. But Ayesha Rahman, who fought with jams, was fighting in the neck. In the disaster, three of them were killed. Trying to turn back. But the left-left spray, Kirstie Gordon, returned to 39 runs. At the time, the Tigers scored 42 runs for 4 wickets. After that, no-one could stand up. At the end Jahanara Alam scored 12 runs for six.
Salma Khatun took wickets in the first record with the goal of giving a low score to England. In the next round, Bangladesh captain returned to another English opener But English did not suffer a lot. Andy Jones scored 28 in 24, Natali Shiva 17 to 23 England wins easily because of that
Bangladesh: 76/9 in 20 stations (Shamima 0, Ayesha 39, Farzana 0, Nigar 0, Rumana 10, Sanjida 0, Lata 5, Jahanara 12, Fahima 2, Salma 3 *, Kubra 2 *, Shevar 1/7, Shrabbasul 1/14, Smith 1/17, Gordon 3/16, Xlestone 1/20, Site 0/2).
England: (16 target over) 64/3 in 9.3 over (White 0, Beat 2, Jones 28 *, Shivar 23, Night 11 * Salma 3-0-17-2, Rumana 2-0-0 -0, Kubra 2 -0-13-1, Fahima 1-0-9-0, Jahanara 1-0-3-0).
Result: England won 7 wickets
Match referee: Kirsty Gordon