Dhaka Dynamites and Rangpur Riders beat Comilla Victorians and Chittagong Vikings. Dhaka win by six-wicket and Rangpur win by two wickets. At Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur on Sunday.
Dhaka Dynamites came to their target scoring 112 keeps running for 4 in 19.2 overs. Where Camilla Victorian’s score is only 110. And Dhaka reach this target easily.
Nasir Jamshed and Kumar Sangakkara pair contributed 55 keeps running in 8.4 overs in the second wicket stand to convey the group aggregate to 84 for 2 in 13.2 overs after the release of opener Shamsur Rahman at 29/1 in 4.4 overs.
The biggest score Dhaka dynamites Jamshed run-a-ball 44 including eight fours and was caught lbw by Sunil Narine while captain Sangakkara was knocked down some pins out by Abu Haider including 25 keeps running off 29 balls with one six.
Abu Haider got two wickets for 17 keeps running in 4 overs while Mashrafe and Sunil Narine took one wicket each for 23 and 24 runs individually in 3.2 and 4 overs.
Playing stipulated 20 overs, Comilla Victorians scored the aggregate riding on the eighth wicket stand of 43 keeps running in 6.1 overs between captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza and Krishmer Santokie.
Rangpur Riders win by two wickets but not easy like Dhaka, hard and sole match playing by Rangpur and Chittagong.
Rangpur Riders lost four wickets, Pursuing 188, with only 23 keeps running on the board, yet Misbah and Thisara Perera, who hammered 43 off 17, pulled off an immense assignment.
Darren Sammy’s 18 from the last 7 balls additionally demonstrated fundamental as Vikings’ Pakistan bowler Mohammad Amir’s four-wicket pull went futile.
Prior, Chittagong made 188 because of Tamim Iqbal’s 51 and Jeevan Mendis’ 18-ball 39. Anamul Haque likewise hit 36. The 41-one-year old Pakistani batsman, Misbah, who hit three fours and four sixes, was appropriately pronounced the Man of the Match.
Dhaka Dynamites’ notorious all-rounder Nasir Hossain hit a four in the last part off a Mashrafe Mortaza conveyance to draw the triumphant line.