Staff Reporter | Update: 2020-02-27 21:43:39
Australia is still the most powerful country in women's cricket. Bangladesh face four-time champions. What will Bangladesh do? Will the Tigers beat Australia?
The question will probably be answered after the match. But at the end of the first innings, it has become very clear what the situation is.
Australia welcomed the bat to win the toss at the Manuka Oval in Canberra. They took down the baton in a regular storm over the girls of Bangladesh. Especially the two openers are Alyssa Healy and Beth Mooney.
Australia have thrown a huge 190-run target in front of Bangladesh in the two openers. After winning the toss, the Swagatis collected 189 runs for the loss of 1 wickets in the stipulated 20 overs.
Australia opener 151 runs in the opening pair. Bangladesh captain Salma Khatun dismissed Asif's only wicket in the last over of the 17th over. Alyssa Healy was dismissed for 83 runs off 53 balls. Beth Mooney went unbeaten on 81 for 58. Gardner scored 22 runs off 9 balls.
The girls of Bangladesh started the World Cup by beating India by 18 runs. In reply to the Indians' 142, Bangladesh stopped for 124. In the second match today, a huge target of 190 runs. The opposition is the world's most powerful team in women's cricket. Winning against them is impossible. The target is close to two hundred in that area. So, what is going to be the result, it can be said in advance.
At the time of writing this report, Bangladesh lost 3 wickets to get 26 runs. Shamima Sultana was dismissed for 13 runs, Murshida Khatun was dismissed by 8 runs, Sanjida Islam was out for 3 runs. Bangladesh lost 3 wickets in 6 overs at that time 27 runs.
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