Bangladesh Legends also lost their second match in the Road Safety World Series. Rafiq-Pilots lost by 6 wickets against England on Sunday. They lost the previous match against India.
After winning the toss, England captain Kevin Pietersen invited Bangladesh to bat. Bangladesh Legends were able to score 113 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in 20 overs. Khaled Masood Pilot scored the highest 31 runs for Bangladesh. However, he had to leave the field due to pain in his hand. Mushfiqur Rahman scored the second highest 30 runs. Hannan Sarkar scored the second highest 13 runs. Mohammad Nazimuddin, who scored 49 against India in the first match, was dismissed for just 12 runs. Another opener Jabed Omar scored 5 runs. Nafis Iqbal made 6 runs.
On the other hand, Chris Trimlet took maximum 2 wickets for England Legends. Monty Panesar, Ryan Sidebottom and Chris Schofield took one wicket each.
England Legends lost 3 wickets in 14 overs and scored 116 runs in reply to Bangladesh Legends’ 114 runs. English captain Kevin Pietersen was bowled by Mohammad Rafique for a maximum of 42 off 18 balls with six fours and one six. Darren Maddy remained unbeaten on 32 off 32 balls. Spinner Mohammad Rafique picked up two of the three wickets that fell to England. Alamgir Kabir took the other wicket.
Source: Bhorer Kagoj by www.bhorerkagoj.com.
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