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According to the media department of the Bangladesh Cricket Board, the target was 148 runs in 16 overs due to rain. Accordingly, the innings of the Bangladesh team started. But the game was stopped after 1.3 overs. It was informed that the goal of the Bangladesh team has not been finalized yet.

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That’s right! The manager of the Bangladesh team can be seen on the TV screen in the match referee’s room. After calculating for some time, it was informed anew that the Bangladesh team would have to score 170 runs in 16 overs to win. But by that time Bangladesh had scored 12 runs by batting 1.3 overs.

New Zealand was able to bat first before losing the toss in a rain-affected match and scored 173 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in 17.5 overs. After that, they did not bat in the second half of the rain.

As the game was stopped for about 50 minutes, the thorns were over, Bangladesh needs 170 runs in 16 overs. Although it was initially reported that 148 runs would have to be made in 16 overs. But later Bangladesh Target increased 22 runs.

Liton Kumar Das signaled a positive start by chasing the boundary in the first over. But Liton went back to the dressing room in the second over. Hamish Bennett’s bouncer made just seven runs before being caught by Glenn Phillips in Deep Square.

Unfortunately, Bangladesh Target increased 22 runs. At the time of writing, Bangladesh had scored 19 runs for the loss of 1 wicket in 3 overs. To win the match, you have to score 151 runs in 78 balls.

By Alex