Pakistan Emerging team defeats Bangladesh Emerging Team in the Final:
Pakistan Emerging Team: 301/6
Bangladesh Emerging Team: 224 all out (43.3/50 overs, target 302)
Pakistan Emerging Team won the match by 77 runs.
Pakistan won the Emerging Teams Asia Cup 2019 by defeating Bangladesh in the final of the tournament. Pakistan Emerging Team scored 301 runs at the cost of 6 wickets while batting first. Bangladesh Emerging Team only managed to score 224 runs before losing all their wickets in 43.3 overs.
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Pakistan Emerging Team’s wicketkeeper-batsman Rohail Nazir was named the “Player of the Match” for his fascinating hundred, which played a crucial role in bringing Pakistan’s total over 300. Bangladesh’s Soumya Sarkar was awarded the “Player of the Tournament” for his batting performance throughout the tournament.
Emerging Teams Asia Cup 2019, Pakistan wins by 77 runs:
Bangladesh won the toss and opted to bat first. Pakistan’s Haider Ali contributed 26 runs from 23 balls. Wicketkeeper-batsman Rohail Nazir played an outstanding inning of 113 runs off 111 balls. Rohail Nazir shared a 117 runs partnership with Imran Rafiq. Rohail Nazir hit 12 fours and 3 sixes in his innings before getting lbw by Hasan Mahmud. Imran Rafiq scored 62 runs from 88 balls.
Captain Saud Shakeel added 42 runs from 40 balls, while Khushdil Shah scored 27 runs from 16 balls. Pakistan Emerging Team finished on 301/6 after 50 overs. Bangladesh’s Sumon Khan claimed 3 wickets for 75 runs. Hasan Mahmud conceded 52 runs for 2 wickets, while Mahedi Hasan took 1 wicket for 39 runs.
Bangladesh Emerging Team required 302 runs from 50 overs to win the match. Bangladesh’s captain Najmul Hossain Shanto scored 46 runs from 53 balls. Yasir Ali contributed 22 runs. Afif Hossain made 49 runs from 53 balls with 4 fours and a six. Bangladesh’s middle-order could not do much against Pakistan’s bowling attack as they fell one after the other.
Mahedi Hasan played a brilliant inning of 42 runs from 45 balls under pressure, but it was all in vain as they fell 78 runs short of winning the match. Bangladesh finished on 224 runs in 43.3 overs. Mohammad Hasnain took 3 wickets for 32 runs. Khusdil Shah and Saif Badar claimed 2 wickets each. Sameen Gul, Amad Butt, and Umer Khan took 1 wicket each.