The U-16 team from Bangladesh ended the second day of the first three-day game against the U-16 in Pakistan. 37 runs are behind the 120-run goal, with seven gates left in Fatullah on Tuesday, according to a press release.
On an eventful day two, a total of 18 wickets fell, while bowlers from both sides fell under helpful conditions.
Bangladesh finished the second day 83-3 in his second innings, while Sakib Shahriar’s undefeated 46 was the main contributor. He added 40 runs for the unfinished fourth wicket partnership with Aich Mollah, which was not defeated on September 11.
Farhad Khan and Ali Asfand each carried a porter to keep Pakistan hunting. Earlier, Pakistan were dismissed for 110 runs in their second innings after their bowlers had won a nine-time first innings lead.
Opener Sameer Saqib held the second innings together with a 105-ball 48, which included three fours.
Ahmad Khan, who had taken three wickets in the first innings of the U16 in Bangladesh, followed his bowling successes with a useful 24-run post. In seventh place Ahmad struck in his 20-ball innings that helped Pakistan beat three pieces, two fours and six six. Ashiqur Rahman and Mahfuzur Rahman Rabbi each took four gates.
In the morning session, which continued its first innings from the overnight stand of 119: 5, Bangladesh was packed only for 20 runs, while the Pakistani bowlers under the guidance of righteous midwayer Khalid Khan (5-33) derailed the hosts’ batting lineup. Pakistan was played on the first day of play in its first innings for 148 guests.
Pakistan U-16s 148 all over 50.4 overs (Mohammad Waqas 39, Umer Eman 32, Ali Asfand 17 not out, Mushfiq Hasan 4-37, Ashiqur Rahman 2-22, Mahfuzur Rahman Rabbi 2-47) and 110 in 44.3 Overs (Sameer Saqib 48, Ahmad Khan 24, Ashiqur Rahman 4-21, Mahfuzur Rahman Rabbi 4-38). Among the 16-year-olds of Bangladesh 139, there were a total of 45.5-overs (Sakib Shahriar 43, Mofizul Islam Robin 28, Khalid Khan 5-33, Ahmad Khan 3-38) and 83 for 3, 26 overs (Sakib Shahriar 46 not out; Farhad Khan 1-). 17).