Mushfiqur Rahim’s Marbelus batting, Chittagong’s win against Comilla

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Mushfiqur Rahim
Comilla Victorians lost their opener Tamim Iqbal without even posting one run using the plank. Tamim got ignored by way of a Robbie Frylinck delivery podding a catch to the wicket keeper.

At the first innings of this game, Thisara hit 74 off 26 balls to propel the Victorians to an immense amount of 184/5. But by the close of the play, Thisara ended being at the side.

Mushfiqur Rahim arrived at the center following the dismissal of 2 wickets and left with seven runs necessary to triumph within the past over. Liam Dawson found bowl the last finished up regretting eight runs in four chunks.

Robbie Frylinck, the Southern African sponsor of those Vikings, struck Dawson to get a six and guaranteed that an imperious triumph to the Vikings. Earlier in the game, Thisara captured the limelight of BPL hitting at on a 20-ball fifty in his very first appearance this year.

Perera completed his fifty-five 20 balls. After hitting on the fifty-five, he assaulted Robbie Frylinck from the 19th up to run 30 conducts with four sixes and 1. At the previous five overs, the Vikings had to score in a mean of 12.8.

After the dismissal of Imrul Kayes, Victorians suffered a sudden blow off when Evin Lewis was stretchered outside as a result of a leg injury. He stayed unbeaten for 74, and also Saifuddin companied him together with the other unbeaten innings of 26 off 19 balls.

Chittagong won the toss and chose to bowl. Their decision did be the perfect one before Saifuddin and Perera awakened at the sixth wicket standalone. Delport departed scoring 1 3 while the very first blown off batsman of those Vikings. However, Shahzad finished with a volatile 4 6 off 27 balls.

The Afghan batsman set the perfect platform to the Vikings. And shortly then, Saifuddin and Perera left that incredible rack of 98 runs. Thisara combined the Victorians only this afternoon and took the area. He added 98 runs alongside Mohammad Saifuddin from the sixth wicket stand off 40 balls to place a hard total of 185 runs.

From the 2nd wicket stand, Anamul Haque and also Evin Lewis added 21 runs. Anamul managed ten away ten before falling into Abu Jayed Rahi. Imrul Kayes arrived at the center and dispersed some expect scoring 2 4 off 21 balls. However, he neglected to keep up his excellent beginning.

Chittagong Vikings captain Mushfiqur Rahim blasted a significant 75 off 41 balls Sunday day against Comilla Victorians to over-shadow Thisara Perera’s unbeaten 74 to enroll that the 2nd consecutive win to get his team from the ongoing Bangladesh premier-league (BPL). This could be the 3rd win of Chittagong Vikings in four different games, also Comilla’s 2nd loss in four games too.

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