Pakistan vs Bangladesh T20 2022

Pakistan vs Bangladesh T20 2022, Pakistan beat Bangladesh to reach semi-finals, Adelaide (our destination) – Shaheen Afridi’s four-wicket haul helped Pakistan beat Bangladesh by five wickets in Adelaide on Sunday in the ICC Men’s Championship.

Made it to the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup.

Very positive after Pakistan qualified for the semi-finals.

At the start of the day, Pakistan had a long way to go to make it to the semi-finals and Babar Azam’s side had everything they wanted as they secured a place in the final four which was unexpected. It was visible.

Netherlands’ impressive victory over South Africa earlier in the day left Pakistan’s match against Bangladesh as a virtual quarter-final and the showdown between the two Asian teams had everyone on the edge of their seats.

Shaheen Afridi was at his best at the Adelaide Oval with impressive figures of 4/22 as Bangladesh could only manage 127/8 with two overs remaining in good batting conditions despite Pakistan failing to reply.

Stayed and achieved the goal of victory.
Finally a decent partnership between Babar and Rizwan

Babar (25) and Mohammad Rizwan (32) are the best opening pair in T20I cricket, but until Sunday’s match, neither player had shown much in the T20 World Cup.

The pair put on 57 for the opening wicket and looked set to guide Pakistan to an easy victory until both were dismissed back-to-back as Bangladesh saw a glimmer of hope.

That hope was dashed when Liton Das bowled Mohammad Nawaz down the stumps to send the Pakistan all-rounder packing as nerves began to set in for Babar’s talented team.

But that was as good as it got as Bangladesh’s campaign ended and Pakistan’s progress to the knockout stage in the semi-finals continued.

An emotional Shakib is disappointed to miss Bangladesh’s golden opportunity

Shakib was a desperate man for most of Sunday’s clash and it all started when he dismissed lbw for a golden duck as Bangladesh’s strong start came to an abrupt halt in their batting powerplay.

The veteran Bangladesh captain was given out lbw on the first ball by South African umpire Adrian Holdstock, who immediately sent for a review of the decision as he believed he had planted the ball on his pads.

Shakib’s frustration grew when the TV umpire upheld the on-field decision and he was further upset during Pakistan’s innings when he was not allowed to review the LBW decision against Nawaz as time ran out.

It was not meant for Shakib or Bangladesh, but the Asian side can hold their heads high for the way they have been performing in this tournament.

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