Tigresses clinch quadrangular series in India
Jan. 22, 2020
Bangladeshi batters could accumulate only 117 runs batting first but their bowlers did a splendid job restricting the opponent to 103/8
The Bangladesh women’s cricket team clinched the Twenty20 quadrangular series in India as they beat India B side by 14 runs in the final in Patna Wednesday.
Bangladeshi batters could accumulate only 117 runs batting first but their bowlers did a splendid job restricting the opponent to 103/8.
The winning margin was the same by which Bangladesh lost to the same opponent in the group stage.
India A and Thailand were the other two teams in the tournament.
After winning the toss, Bangladesh opener Murshida Khatun and one-down Sanjida Islam scored 34 runs each to put up a fighting total.
Skipper Salma Khatun and Jahanara Alam bowled economically, picking up two wickets apiece, conceding 18 and 17 runs respectively.
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