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Metrorail in the first 9 overs, a jam by Vijay Samanari in the next 11 overs

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What was supposed to happen, what happened! This is how cricket lovers should feel after Dhaka’s brilliant innings against Khulna Tigers in Sylhet today.

Batting first, Dhaka scored 130 runs for 9 wickets in 20 overs. If you haven’t seen the game, you might think that you have heard so much, what else is there to say about Dhaka’s innings. But when you hear that Dhaka scored 75 runs for 1 wicket in the first 9 overs, the wicket fell in the last ball of the 9th over, then it may seem that Dhaka’s innings ran at the speed of metro rail in the first 9 overs in the next 11 overs as if it had fallen into a jam reminiscent of the victory of ‘office hours’ in the morning.

In the first two overs, the two openers, Sayem Ayyub and Mohammad Naeem, played by sight. 4 runs came in those two overs. Since then, the two – mainly Naeem – started going uphill. 39 runs came in 6 overs of power play. Dhaka’s opening pair was broken when Naeem Sheikh returned with a catch from Afif in the last ball of the ninth over. In that run came 75! Before returning, Naeem scored 41 runs off 21 balls with 2 fours and 4 sixes.

Next? Dhaka batsmen just came, saw and left. Dhaka’s score of 75 in 9 overs has crossed 100 in the 15th over! What is the memory of victory jam!

On the fifth ball of the 10th over, Ayub was caught behind the wicket off Shanaka, he scored 35 runs off 37 balls with 1 four and 3 sixes. After that, only Alex Ross (21 runs from 14 balls) and Arafat Sunny (15 from 14 balls) were able to reach double digits among the Dhaka batsmen. Seeing the ninth wicket fall for 114 runs in the 17th over, Sunny managed to get Dhaka to 130.

In response, Enamul Haque Vijay started the victory by hitting Taskin for a six on the first ball of Khulna’s innings. 31 for no wickets in 3 overs at the time of writing this report.


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