There was drama galore at The Gabba in the direction of the top of the T20 World Cup Group 2 match in Brisbane on Sunday. However Bangladesh nonetheless held their nerve higher to win by three runs.
With Zimbabwe needing 5 to win off the final ball of their run-chase, wicketkeeper Nurul Hasan appeared to have stumped Blessing Muzarabani cleanly off Mosaddek Hossain to sign Bangladesh’s win. However after members of the 2 groups shook arms and the stumps had been uprooted and the gamers had walked off the sector, the umpires had been nonetheless checking whether or not the stumping was clear.
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The stumping was clear, however not the gathering. The third umpire found that Hasan had collected the ball in entrance of the stumps, which is prohibited and therefore dominated it as a no-ball, asking the ultimate supply to be re-bowled. The shocked Bangladesh gamers could not imagine what had simply occurred and made their method again onto the sector.
Consequently, Muzurabani bought one other likelihood to win the match for Zimbabwe off a free-hit supply, needing 4 runs now off one ball. He swung onerous, however could not join with the ball. This time, the win was confirmed.
Bangladesh received by three runs, with Taskin Ahmed named ‘Participant of the Match for his spell of three/19, which took the sting out of Zimbabwe’s chase earlier than Sean Williams (64) and Ryan Burl (27*) introduced their crew again into competition with a 63-run partnership.
Bangladesh had put up 150/7 on the board after opting to bat first, thanks largely to Najmul Hossain Shanto’s 71 off 55 balls.