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Bangladesh Vs Netherlands, T20 World Cup Highlights: Rishad's Three Wickets Propel BAN To 25-Run Victory Over NED

BAN Vs NED, T20 World Cup 2024, Highlights: Bangladesh win against Netherlands by 25 runs. With this win, they move closer to securing a spot in the next round of the tournament. The match hung in the balance when Netherlands required 56 runs off 36 balls with 7 wickets in hand. However, the dismissal of Engelbrecht, who was batting well, proved pivotal. Rishad Hossain, despite a tough first over, made a remarkable comeback and played a crucial role in shifting momentum towards Bangladesh. His dismissal of de Leede, Engelbrecht, was particularly noteworthy. What initially appeared as a closely contested game ultimately turned into a convincing victory for the Bengal tigers

Bangladesh's Litton Das plays a shot during the ICC Men's T20 World Cup cricket match between Bangladesh and South Africa at the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in Westbury, New York, Monday, June 10, 2024. AP Photo/Adam Hunger
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Bangladesh Vs Netherlands, ICC T20 World Cup 2024 Match 27 Highlights

BAN Vs NED, T20 World Cup 2024, Highlights: Bangladesh win against Netherlands by 25 runs. With this win, they move closer to securing a spot in the next round of the tournament. The match hung in the balance when Netherlands required 56 runs off 36 balls with 7 wickets in hand. However, the dismissal of Engelbrecht, who was batting well, proved pivotal. Rishad Hossain, despite a tough first over, made a remarkable comeback and played a crucial role in shifting momentum towards Bangladesh. His dismissal of de Leede, Engelbrecht, was particularly noteworthy. What initially appeared as a closely contested game ultimately turned into a convincing victory for the Bengal tigers

Squads

Netherlands Squad: Michael Levitt, Max ODowd, Vikramjit Singh, Sybrand Engelbrecht, Bas de Leede, Scott Edwards(w/c), Teja Nidamanuru, Logan van Beek, Tim Pringle, Paul van Meekeren, Vivian Kingma, Saqib Zulfiqar, Aryan Dutt, Kyle Klein, Wesley Barresi

Bangladesh Squad: Tanzid Hasan, Najmul Hossain Shanto(c), Litton Das(w), Shakib Al Hasan, Towhid Hridoy, Mahmudullah, Jaker Ali, Rishad Hossain, Taskin Ahmed, Tanzim Hasan Sakib, Mustafizur Rahman, Mahedi Hasan, Tanvir Islam, Shoriful Islam, Soumya Sarkar

Bangladesh Vs Netherlands: Head-To-Head

The two teams have met four times in T20Is. Bangladesh have won three of these games while the Dutch came out on top just once way back in 2012.

In T20 World Cups the two teams met in the 2022 and 2016 edition. Bangladesh won on both these occasions.

Toss Update

The pitch is being covered as the toss has been delayed due to rain. The players remain on the ground, with a strong wind blowing across the field.

Good News! Rain Stopped

The covers are coming off. The toss will happen shortly.

Toss Update

Netherlands have won the toss and have opted to bowl first.

Playing XI

Bangladesh: Tanzid Hasan, Najmul Hossain Shanto(c), Litton Das(w), Shakib Al Hasan, Towhid Hridoy, Mahmudullah, Jaker Ali, Rishad Hossain, Taskin Ahmed, Tanzim Hasan Sakib, Mustafizur Rahman

Netherlands: Michael Levitt, Max ODowd, Vikramjit Singh, Sybrand Engelbrecht, Scott Edwards(w/c), Bas de Leede, Logan van Beek, Tim Pringle, Aryan Dutt, Paul van Meekeren, Vivian Kingma

Najmul Shanto, Tanzid Hasan Open For Bangladesh

Najmul Shanto and Tanzid Hasan open for Bangladesh. On the other hand, Vivian Kingma will bowl the first over.

Bangladesh 3/0

Bangladesh - 3/0 In First Over

The first ball is on the pads, but Tanzid can't put it away. He defends the second ball. On the third ball, Tanzid tries to slog but gets a leg bye to point, putting Bangladesh on the scoreboard. The fourth ball has extra bounce and is called a wide, with a good take by Scott Edwards behind the stumps. Shanto punches the fifth ball to deep point for a single. The last ball is on the pads again, but Tanzid plays it to short fine leg with no run. Tanzid misses a pull on the final delivery.

Skipper Shanto Out!!!

Aryan Dutt, newly added to the XI, strikes on his second ball! At 93.3 kph, he delivers with a bit of flight wide of off. Shanto attempts a premeditated reverse-sweep but hits it high on the bat, sending it straight to first slip. Vikramjit Singh makes no mistake with the catch. Netherlands secures an early breakthrough. Shanto c Vikramjit Singh b Aryan Dutt 1 (3).

Bangladesh 5/1

Ball Stuck In The Helmet!

Vivian Kingma bowls to Tanzid Hasan, 133.5kph. The ball sticks in the helmet! It was a short delivery angled in, and Tanzid Hasan, late on the pull, possibly edges it onto his helmet grille. The extra bounce surprised him. Video replays show the ball unexpectedly bouncing high off the pitch.

Bangladesh 23/1

Aryan Dutt Strikes As Engelbrecht Takes Spectacular Catch To Dismiss Litton

Aryan Dutt continues his spell. Litton Das attempts a slog sweep but finds Engelbrecht stationed deep at square leg. Engelbrecht covers ground swiftly and dives forward to take a stunning catch at full stretch, sending Litton back to the pavilion.

Bangladesh 30/2

Shakib Al Hasan Walks In

Paul van Meekeren into the bowling attack. Shakib is on strike. After three dot balls, Shakib breaks the shackles with a delightful cover drive that beats the infield and races to the boundary for four. He nudges the fifth ball to fine leg for a single, rotating the strike.

Bangladesh 54/2

Tanzid-Shakib - A Partnership Is Developing

Bas de Leede takes the ball for the seventh over. Tanzid Hasan dances down the track and drives elegantly through covers for a boundary, keeping Bangladesh's momentum strong. He adds another four runs with a well-placed pull shot past deep square leg. In the previous over, Shakib also found the boundary.

Bangladesh 67/2

Shakib's Sweep Sets Tone As BAN Score 8 In Tim Pringe's Over

Left-arm spinner Tim Pringe enters the attack. Shakib starts the over with a sweep for a single and adds a couple more singles. Pringle delivers to Shakib, and he smashes a looping delivery with a pull shot, piercing two fielders at long-on for a boundary.

Bangladesh 89/3

WICKET!!! Tim Pringle Strikes On First Ball, Secures Wicket

Tim Pringle continues his spell. He bowled a full and flat delivery into the middle, completely deceiving Hridoy with the pace, and knocks over his stumps. Pringle strikes in his second over.

Bangladesh 117/4

Mahmudullah's Boundary Takes Bangladesh Past 100 Against Netherlands

Rewritten text: Bas de Leede bowls his second over, conceding just three singles off the first five deliveries. However, Mahmudullah finishes the over with a boundary, pulling a short delivery for four runs as Bangladesh crosses the 100-run mark.

Bangladesh 129/4

Big Wicket! Mahmudullah Departs

Mahmudullah is caught by Sybrand Engelbrecht at deep backward square leg off van Meekeren's in-swinging short ball, pulling against the wind. Engelbrecht takes a superb overhead catch, maintaining balance on one leg. Mahmudullah departs after scoring 25 runs from 21 balls, including 2 fours and 2 sixes. Jaker Ali in.

Bangladesh 147/5

Last Over!

Shakib is on strike as Bangladesh face tight bowling from the Dutch in the last over. Bas de Leede delivers the first ball, which Shakib defends without scoring. On the second ball, de Leede bowls a slow, full delivery wide of off stump. Shakib stretches his arms and manages to loft it over point for two runs.

Bangladesh 159/5

 Bangladesh Post 159 In 20 Overs

Is it out? No, Shakib dives and reaches safely! Bas de Leede bowls the final over. Shakib begins with a quick two runs. The next ball is a dot. Then, de Leede bowls to Shakib again and he hits a four! The ball was slow and off, but Shakib swings like Jaker Ali and gets the same result. This time, Shakib pulls the ball and gets another four! Another dot before Shakib dives to get two more runs, finishing Bangladesh at 159/5 in 20 overs.

And The Chase Begins

Michael Levitt and Max O’Dowd at crease. Mustafizur Rahman into the bowling attack.

Levitt Hits Boundary

Mustafizur bowls to Levitt, who inside edges the first ball to fine leg for no run. On the third delivery, Levitt drives through cover to score a boundary. He attempts to hit the fifth ball straight down the ground, hitting a FOUR.

Netherlands 10/0

Taskin Strikes As Levitt Departs; Vikramjit Singh Walks In

Taskin continues his spell, and he strikes! Levitt attempts a swipe at a short ball but edges it straight to cover-point, departing after scoring 18 runs off 16 balls. Vikramjit Singh walks in as the new batsman and gets off the mark with a single on the first delivery he faces. O'Dowd tries to pull the next ball but misses.

Netherlands 32/2

O'Dowd Dismissed

Tanzim Hasan Sakib dismisses Max O'Dowd with a brilliant caught and bowled effort! O'Dowd smashes a back-of-length slower delivery straight back at Tanzim, who shows incredible reflexes to snatch the ball out of the air in his follow-through. Despite the ball coming straight at chest height, Tanzim positions himself perfectly and manages to hold on, earning full marks for his skillful catch. O'Dowd departs after scoring 12 runs off 16 balls, including three boundaries.

Netherlands 69/2

Mahmudullah Strikes With Vital Wicket; Scott Edwards Takes Charge

Mahmudullah takes over with the ball. His change in the attack pays off immediately as Vikramjit Singh attempts to step out but misses the turn, getting stumped by Litton Das. Vikramjit departs after scoring 26 runs off 16 deliveries.

Scott Edwards comes in as the next batsman. He begins with a boundary. He ends Mahmudullah's over with a single.

Netherlands 99/3

Edwards And Engelbrecht Lead NED To 104

Shakib Al Hasan Replaces Rishad Hossain. Edwards plays a length ball on the back foot towards long-on, picking up an easy couple that takes Netherlands past the 100-run mark. The last four balls yield just three runs. Netherlands now require 50 runs from 34 balls.

Edwards And Engelbrecht's much needed boundaries helped NED reach 104.

Netherlands 117/5

Sri Lanka Officially Knocked Out Of T20WC 2024, Becomes Third Team Eliminated

Sri Lanka is the third team to be eliminated from the 2024 T20 World Cup in the Caribbean and United States, following losses in their first two games and a washout against Nepal in Florida. They needed a washout between Bangladesh and Netherlands in St. Vincent to stay in contention. With both teams getting a point each, Sri Lanka would have had a slim chance to qualify for the Super 8s, depending on the final round of Group D fixtures.

Bangladesh Roar!!!

Bangladesh secure a comprehensive 25-run victory over Netherlands to remain in contention for the Super 8s.

Shakib Al Hasan Said

It was important for someone from top 4 to bat through the innings. Happy to contribute with the bat. It was a tough pitch. Was a challenging total, not a winning one, but Rishad and Taskin took it away from Netherlands. Hardly any game was played in the last 4-5 years here. So had to keep wickets till 14-15 overs and take it from there. They had their moments, 10 runs an over on this ground, wind going in one way, made it tough to defend. But credit to bowlers for pulling it off. Neck braces was for batting and it did help.

Scott Edwards, Netherlands Captain Said

We lost in all three facets. Credit to Bangladesh, they were great and we weren't up to it. They kept wickets in hand. Would be tough to bowl to a windy boundary. Stand between him and Sybrand - We knew they had quality bowlers at the death and wanted to maximise the middle overs but fell quickly. Aryan has been sensational in the last couple years and used the conditions well. It's a bit out of our hands now. Want to play well vs Sri Lanka and see how it goes from there.

Najmul Hossain Shanto, Bangladesh Captain Said

Boys showed lot of character in an important match. Shakib's calm and we know how good he is. Happy for him. (Total) We didn't know how the conditions will behave and what score is defendable. In the end batters and bowlers did well. Pitch is good, there was uneven bounce early on but good to bat on. Conditions were good. Fizz, we know how good he is. Showed his experience and skill. Rishad stood up like all the bowlers.

Good Night!

That's all from our end. We'll see you soon with another exciting match.

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