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Pakistan vs Bangladesh Highlights

Pakistan vs Bangladesh Highlights World Cup

In T20 World Cup 2022, Pakistan vs Bangladesh live cricket score, 41st match; Super 12 Group 2: With Bangladesh scoring 70 at the midway point in their inning – there was hope for a comeback. However, they fell apart after this point and could never pick themselves back up again. Shanto played a good hand with his 50 but could not find any support from his teammates. Shaheen Shah has been gradually gaining momentum during this game and ended today’s performance with four wickets taken off of just six deliveries he delivered tonight; which was enough for Pakistan to put themselves in contention and give themselves a chance at being successful when it comes time to face Australia next weekend and make it into the semifinals against India or South Africa.

Toss Update

Bangladesh is batting first against Pakistan.

Bangladesh Innings

1st Over Bangladesh: 

It was an anxious start for both sides – they could not have expected anything less. With the match being so close, there were no winners from either team at this stage. Shaheen Shah Afridi bowled well up until now, with Bangladesh’s opening batters surviving his onslaught. At this stage, after one over has been bowled; Bangladesh (6-0)

2nd-3rd Over Bangladesh: 

Liton Das gets a single off of Shaan Masood. This was a significant breakthrough for Pakistan as they were dominating Bangladesh’s fielders. Liton got one ball over the fence but then fell after trying to take another swing at a ball that bounced too high up in the air. After three overs, Bangladesh (21-1)

4th-5th-6th Overs Bangladesh: 

Bangladesh has been at 40/1 after the first six overs of their innings. If they can reach 150 runs, it would be a good start for them.

7th-8th-9th-10th Over Bangladesh: 

After ten overs, Bangladesh appears to be well on reaching 150 runs. In contrast, Pakistan seems content with letting the game continue without any significant incident. Bangladeshi player Shanto has scored 41 runs so far; he bats at the number 4 position for his team- which means he was batting second after Tamim Iqbal (93), who first batted for them. At the halfway point of the game, Bangladesh scored seventy runs while they only conceded one.

11th-12th Over Bangladesh: 

Pakistan picked up two wickets in two successive balls – one of which was fair, while the other seemed controversial. By now, Bangladesh had only managed to score Bangladesh (76/3)

Shakib Al Hasan thought he missed the flick, but he was hit on the sole of his boot. He could not figure out what to do, so at first, he took another step down the pitch before turning around and returning to safety at the crease when Mohammad Rizwan celebrated the dismissal.

The umpire had called him out lbw because they noticed that while there was a hit onto the bat, it was not from a good angle. They were trying to make sure if both objects made contact or not. Maybe with some extended spikes coming near each other, which caused controversy among players and fans alike.

It turns as though after reviewing footage using CRT (Computer Decision Review), three of six camera angles showed that there appears to be no contact between ball and bat – only mere interference, which is never really considered enough evidence for overturning an international decision.

A good inning of batting by Shanto. Amidst all the commotion at the other end, he maintained his composure and scored an impressive fifty runs. It is now up to him to bring Bangladesh close to a respectable total.

Wicket Falls 13th Over Bangladesh: 

Shanto tried to force the issue but perished against Iftikhar. He made 54, and Bangladesh is looking in trouble at 92/4

Iftikhar (Chachu Trick) 14th Over Bangladesh: 

Shanto charged to take the strike, but Iftikhar was not worried. Next ball, he carefully guided the ball onto the stumps; Shanto had run too soon and was now walking back for two runs. Iftikhar pumped his fists in delight and walked back to bat the next inning. Always composed, Chachu became affectionately known as Daddy Cricket because he always gets what he wants! Before this eventful day began, pundits were questioning whether or not he would be good enough to play at all – but with each passing inning, it is clear that some people are just born lucky!

15th Over Bangladesh: 

Shaheen Shah Afridi bowled a beautiful slow ball yorker, landing squarely in Mossedak’s leg stump. With this wicket, Bangladesh was now beginning to lose its way.

16th Over Bangladesh: 

The left-arm bowler picked up four wickets in his spell. With slower deliveries and yorkers being cleverly used, he dismantled the Bangladeshi lower order.

17th – 18th Over Bangladesh: 

Shah offers Hossain some room, and the southpaw strikes a strong single toward the third man for four runs off the first ball of the over. The pace bowler responds well, with just two singles and one leg bye coming from his remaining deliveries in this inning.

19th-20th Over Bangladesh: 

Pakistan is so far ahead now! Noor ul-Haq Hasan wanted to take a single with this leg glance outside off but instead finds Muhammad Haris on the boundary.

He clears everyone out of the way and takes an easy catch at the end.


After a promising first half, where they reached 70 runs at the halfway point, Bangladesh fell apart entirely during the second innings. No player save Shanto batted well; he scored 50 but was unsupported by anyone else, which took them out of contention. Shaheen Shah has been steadily improving – he picked up 4 wickets in an excellent bowling performance against Bangladesh. The batting does its part for Pakistan; it is now time for the Pakistani players to do theirs and win this match to make it to the semifinals!

Pakistan vs Bangladesh Highlights, Pakistan Innings:

Azam and Rizwan stride out of the pavilion. Azam has not been performing well in this tournament; now is his chance to step up. Taskin opens the bowling for Bangladesh, hoping he can pick up some early wickets to turn around their game.

1st – 2nd Over Pakistan: 

Taskin Ahmed has been bowling well and extracting some life from this sluggish pitch. He bowls a quick ball for Mohammad Rizwan, who edges it on the way to Nurul Hasan at first base, but he fails to make the catch as he falls to his right while still diving forward. Pakistan’s Mohammad Rizwan went for the pull shot but unfortunately top-edged the ball, landing outside the boundary. Pakistani batsman Babar Azam was surprised when a ball from Nasum Ahmed took an unexpected bounce. This led to some sloppy fielding from Mosaddek Hossain in the field, who made it possible for Pakistan to steal two runs during this over. Pakistan (11-0)

3rd – 4th Over Pakistan: 

Taskin Ahmed began his next over with a graceful backfoot delivery that brushed past the outside edge of Babar Azam’s bat. However, he had drifted too far onto his front foot. He conceded an easy boundary off the fourth ball as Babar clipped it around backward square leg for four runs. Shakib Al Hasan steps onto the pitch. Mohammad Rizwan sweeps two balls before sending one down the center for another boundary. Pakistan (26-0).

5th-6th-7th Over Pakistan: 

Bangladesh strikes against Pakistan, with Mustafizur Rahman coming into the attack. Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan pull off risky singles and doubles through gaps in Pakistan’s defense. Pakistan reached 35-0 after the powerplay, precisely what they needed. Mustafizur bowls the first over of the innings outside of the powerplay and goes for only three singles. Pakistan (38-0)

8th-9th-10th Over Pakistan: 

Pakistan seemed content with playing safe and slow, batting only four runs off Nasum Ahmed’s last overs. When he finally hit one out – his opponent at the cover made a diving catch to prevent it from going past the boundaries. Babar Azam stepped up and hit back Shakib Al Hasan’s pitcher while stepping forward as if nothing could stand in his way and brought cheers from all around him. Pakistan (56-0)

11th-12th-13th Over Pakistan: 

That was not a good review! The ball pitched way outside off-stump. That will not help Shakib Al Hasan’s mood. Ebadot Hossain stepped across the line. Free hit for Pakistan. Mustafizur Rahman banged one; in short, Muhammad Haris pulled, and it looked to have hit his helmet and the bat before flying just over Nurul Hassan’s gloves.

14th-15th-16th Over Pakistan: 

Mohammad Haris hit a shot to the deep square leg. Afif took a great catch before throwing the ball back into play. However, replays show his foot made contact with the boundary line when he threw it. Shan Masood hit a shot up high but landed safely because three Bangladeshi players converged at deep mid-wicket. Muhammad Hari’s races for thirty-one runs off seventeen balls; is an impeccable way to maintain pressure on Bangladesh.

17th-18th-19th-20th Over Pakistan: 

Shan Masood leaves himself some room and takes control of the off-side field by scoring four runs. Mustafizur Rahman returns for the eighteenth over. Pakistan needs seven runs from eighteen balls left to win this match. They only needed two runs to complete the game because Iftikhar Ahmed took a chance, but his hit was too risky; it flew up into the sky, and Najmul Hossain Shanto caught it quickly. Pakistan (128/5)

Pakistan vs Bangladesh Highlights, Conclusion:

What an incredible result for Pakistan! Early in the Super 12s, they lost back-to-back games—but now find themselves in the semifinals. They are even in first place in Group 2! However, unfortunately, India has a chance to take over first place if they beat Zimbabwe later today.

ICC World Cup 2022 Live Telecast & Broadcasting:

CountryLive Telecast and Broadcast Channels
IndiaStar Sports network
PakistanPTV Sports and Ten Sports
BangladeshGazi TV (GTV)
Australia and New ZealandYupp TV
South AfricaSuperSport network
The USA and UKHotstar 
Middle EastOSN Sports Cricket

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