Pakistan vs Bangladesh First ODI: Bengal Tigers Won 1st Match By 79 Runs

Bangladesh Win The 1st ODI By 79 Runs |

Bangladesh Win The 1st ODI By 79 Runs | PakistanTribe.comDHAKA – Bangladesh has won the first one-day international cricket match against Pakistan on Friday here at Sher-e-Bengal national stadium, Mirpur, reported.

According to the detail, a complete performance with bat and ball sees Bangladesh win the 1st ODI by 79 runs.

Bangladesh while batting first, sets the huge target of 330 runs for Pakistan in the first ODI of the Bilateral series.

After losing two early wickets at the score of just 67, Mushfiqur Rahim and Tamim Iqbal put on a tremendous partnership of 178 runs and takes bangladesh at a very dominating position.

Tamim Iqbal scored a brilliant 132 runs in 135 balls with 15 fours and 3 sixes, while Mushfiqur Rahim was the star of the inning who scored 106 runs in just 77 balls with the help of 13 fours and 2 sixes.

Cricket data shows that the Pakistani Team can lose its ranking if it received a whitewash from the Bangladesh team in the ongoing ODI Series.

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Pakistan failed to chase huge 330 runs total despite brilliant performance by skipper Azhar Ali and debutant Mohammad Rizwan.

Azhar Ali was caught behind after scoring 72 runs while Haris Sohail failed to convert his half century in three figures and was caught at in the deep after scoring 51 runs.

Mohammad Rizwan showed some fight with the bat but failed to cross the victory line. Pakistan were all out on 250 runs.

Pakistan is at the seventh position in the International Cricket Council (ICC) ODI ranking with 95 points, but if Pakistan lose the ODI series by 3-0 then it has to face the worst ranking of its existence.

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