Soheli's great bowling made Bangladesh two for two in the expected win

Soheli's great bowling made Bangladesh two for two in the expected win

Soheli's great bowling made Bangladesh two for two in the expected win

Bangladesh beat Scotland after Ireland in women's T20 World Cup qualifiers.

There is no wicket after playing 6 matches. Soheli Akhter came to play the match with this imperfection. He was not even supposed to play in this season. After 8 years, he got a chance to play a match as a substitute. Scottish girls played Khabi in front of Soheli's spin. Bangladesh took another step forward with the expected victory.

Bangladesh beat Scotland by 6 wickets in the Women's T20 World Cup Qualifiers for the second time in a row. The previous day was a win against Ireland.

Off-spinner Soheli took 4 wickets with just 7 runs in 4 overs. He is the best in the match.

Soheli from the country after Jahanara Alam and Farzana Haque were ruled out with injuries. The 34-year-old cricketer made the most of the opportunity.

Tight bowling by Soheli and other spinners saw Scotland bundle out for 77 runs at Abu Dhabi's Sheikh Zayed Stadium on Monday. Bangladesh won the run chase with 7 overs to spare.

Losing three wickets quickly in the end, the margin of victory was not too big.

After winning the toss, Ailsa Lister hit two fours in the first two overs for the Scots. The beginning of taking the reins of Bangladesh. Left-arm spinner Sanjida Akhter Meghla returned him in the second over of the match.

Another opener Saskia Horley was run out in the fourth over. At the end of the power play, Soheli came into the attack and started picking up one wicket after another. Soheli brought back Catherine and Sarah Bryce, the two big hopes of the Scottish. After 2 wickets in the first 3 overs, he took two consecutive wickets in the last over.

Lorna Jack put up a bit of a fight for the Scottish who were losing 7 wickets for 42 runs. The batsman made 22 off 23 balls in the sixth over. None of the last 5 batters could reach double figures.

Bangladesh did not have to gain much speed in chasing easy runs. Opener Shamima Sultana, who had batted well the previous day, however, departed this time in the second over. However, the pair of Murshida Khatun and Nigar took the team towards the target on the second wicket.

After Murshida was dismissed for 15 runs, Bangladesh also lost the wickets of Nigar and veteran Rumana Ahmed to come close to victory. In the previous match, Nigar scored 34 after playing a great inning of 67 runs.

Sobhana Mostari finished the match with a six and a double after Niger's departure.

Bangladesh will face the United States in the last match of the group stage on Wednesday.

Summary Score:

Scotland: 77 in 19.3 overs (Lister 12, Horley 4, Catherine Bryce 4, Sarah Bryce 14, Priyansk 4, Jack 22, Watson 0, Fraser 2, Slater 7, Abtaha 4, Rainey 2*; Salma 4-016-1, Meghla 4-1-18-1, Nahida 2.3-0-12-2, Soheli 4-1-7-4, Ritu 2-0-8-0, Lata 3-0-16-0).

Bangladesh: 78/4 in 13 overs (Shamima 7, Murshida 15, Nigar 34, Rumana 11, Sobhana 8*, Soheli 0*; Catherine Bryce 2-0-19-0, Slater 3-0-13-2, Fraser 3- 0-18-1, Rainey 2-0-9-1, Abtaha 1-0-7-0, Horley 2-0-11-0).

Result: Bangladesh won by 6 wickets.

Player of the Match: Soheli Akhter.

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