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Al Islam Alis takes the show as Dynamites beat Riders in spine chiller

Dhaka Dynamite’s  stole the show on Friday when his group won by two keeps running against Rangpur Riders, the safeguarding heroes of Bangladesh Premier League (BPL).
Alis, a face in BPL, recorded a cap trap as a T20 debutant and eclipsed the power-hitting batting show of Rilee Rossouw and Kieron Pollard.
Riders completed the innings 181 for nine of every 20 overs. They required 14 keeps running in the last finished.
Alis’ cap trap came in the eighteenth over. He took the wickets of Mohammad Mithun, Mashrafe Mortaza and Farhad Reza in three subsequent conveyances. Mithun and Mashrafe have knocked down some pins while Reza podded a catch to slip defender.
Rossouw and Mithun included 121 off 73 the third wicket stand yet it was insufficient to dodge the Riders’ second loss of the season.
Prior, a blazing Pollard guided Dhaka Dynamites to 183/9 after being sent to bat first. The West Indies batsman struck 62 off 26 balls with five fours and four sixes.
He included 78 keeps running off 40 balls with Shakib Al Hasan in the fifth wicket stand. The association was the first mainstay of Dynamites’ innings.
Shafiul Islam, the right-hand pacer of the Riders, took three scalps, and every one of them was in the last over of the innings.
Toward the finish of fifteenth over of the innings, Dhaka were 142 for 4. Amid the last five overs, they included 41 runs and lost progressively five wickets.
After the initial ten overs, Dynamites were 75 for four. They lost the main wicket when Shohag Gazi caught Hazratullah Zazai (1) in his first wad of the match.
Dynamites lost their second wicket at 19 when Riders commander Mashrafe Bin Mortaza constrained Sunil Narine to sky a catch directly to point. Ravi Bopara took a simple one there.
Rony Talukdar attempted to control the underlying harm hitting 18 off eight balls however neglected to proceed with the force. Benny Howell got him at additional cover off Shohag. In the ninth over, Dynamites lost Mizanur Rahman to Howell.
At last, Dynamites won the match by two runs – their third back to back triumph in the present competition.
In their next trips, Dynamites will confront Sylhet on January 12 and Riders will bolt horn with Rajshahi Kings on January 13.