Pakistan lose to Bangladesh in U-19 Asia Cup

Pakistan lose to Bangladesh in U-19 Asia Cup


Pakistan U-19 group imitated their senior group's execution in the U-19 Asia Cup as they lost to Bangladesh by three wickets in an amusement played at Chittagong on Monday. 

Bangladesh won the hurl and chose to handle first. Pakistan lost their opener Mohammad Mohsin Khan (11) at an aggregate of 30 runs. The other opener, Saim Ayub was joined by his captain, Rohail Nazir, with whom he had a helpful 43-run association before the last fell. 

The new batsman, Saad Khan lost his wicket on the primary conveyance he confronted. Be that as it may, Waqar Ahmad hoped to cruise Pakistan's sinking ship with Ayub. The two batsmen scored 47 runs together as Ayub lost his wicket when he was only one shy of 50 years. 

A short time later, Ahmad was the solitary warrior for Pakistan, he scored 67 keeps running on 58 conveyances, while he continued losing his accomplices from the opposite end. 
Pakistan could just score 187 keeps running in 45.2 overs. 

Rishad Hossain remained the pick of the bowler for Bangladesh with three wickets to his name for 53 keeps running in eight overs. Shoriful Islam took two wickets, while Mrittunjoy Chowdhury, Avishek Das, and Rakibal Hasan took one wicket each. 

Pakistan had almost a perfect begin with expelling Bangladesh's opener on a duck. Pakistan at that point struck two times in fast progressions, previously Prantik Nowroz Nabil and Shamim Hossain removed the amusement from them with a 97-run association. 

Nabil lost his wicket in the wake of scoring 58 runs, though Hossain got resigned injured on 65. 

Pakistan got a chance to break through to Bangladesh's batting line, however they didn't have enough score on the board to do as such. 

At last, Bangladesh figured out how to pursue the objective in 47.2 overs at lost seven wickets. 

Mohammad Musa attempted to make the counterpart for Pakistan with his three wickets for 24 keeps running in 7.2 overs. While, Mohammad Hasnain, Naseem Shah, Junaid Khan, Bilal Javed, and Saad Khan struck once in the inning. 

Prior, Pakistan's senior group lost to Bangladesh in an unquestionable requirement win challenge, which gave the last a place in the last of the competition against India.

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