Defending champions Rangpur Riders tasted the maiden triumph within their 2 and game of Bangladesh premier-league (BPL) beating Khulna Titans with eight conducts at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium here on Sunday.
Paul Stirling’s 61 off 46 balls had placed the Titans into a solid standing chasing 170. However, his dismissal from the 14 the over, and ruler Mahmudullah’s at the 18th over put them under great some pressure in the past two overs.
Rossouw struck eight fours and 2 sixes off Ali-khan from the 16th above, while Bopara that left 44 from the very first video game hit three fours and a six on his own unbeaten 40 off 29 balls.
The Riders, after getting pumped out for 98 from the very first video game, adjusted their batting plan considerably, despite losing Mehedi Maruf from the fourth more. They lost two wickets by the tenth before Rossouw and Bopara placed to the video game’s main venture, including a Travels 104 for its fourth wicket.
Rangpur Riders acquired their first triumph at the BPL, after defeating Khulna Titans with eight runs at a competition which has been living before the penultimate ball of the game. Farhad Reza defended 20 runs at the past, keeping Carlos Brathwaite silent.