2.1 beautifully bowled! He thoroughly deserved that wicket. Shahzad didn't move his feet and pays the price but that's not to take anything away from the delivery. It was full outside off and nips back in late. Shahzad looks to work across the line without moving his feet and leavs a big gap between bat and pad. The ball sneaks through that gap and crashes into the stumps 5/1
    13.3 it can't get more plumb than that, the comeback man has a wicket, and it is a big one too! He shapes to play a sweep across the line, but the ball was pushed through quickly and it kept coming back in to hit him flush on the pad. That would have crashed into middle. Mangal knew he was trapped the moment the ball hit the pad. The umpire didn't take long to raise the finger either. All the elements of a typical left-arm spinner's wicket there. Drift, the angle and a hint of turn. So lovely to watch. 52/2
    24.3 the short ball has sucker punched Rahmat, who was peppered with yorkers. This one was dug in short outside off, Rahmat looks to pull - made it look like he was playing a cross court forehand - but the ball got big on him to take the top edge that was easily pouched at midwicket. Rahmat's feet were off the ground when he made contact with that ball. With positions like those, you're unlikely to be in control of too many short deliveries. More so in this case as he had to fetch it from way outside off. 88/6
    14 the age old saying of 'one brings two' holds good most times, doesn't it? This was a poor, poor stroke. Looks to sweep, but this time there's plenty of bounce on that tossed up delivery on middle which takes the top edge and lobs to Tamim, who takes a dolly at short fine leg. 52/3
    16.3 wonder if Shakib's misfield in the previous over played a part in him trying to chance a single again. He tapped it and took off for the run, but this time, the superstar was quick to move to his left, pick up the ball with his left hand and fire a throw in a single motion. Stanikzai was comfortably short of the crease. Afghanistan in real trouble 55/4
    22.5 done in by the short ball which reared up on Shenwari. He tried to hook but got himself into an awkward tangle and could only manage a glove on the way through to Mushfiqur Rahim. The ball deviated back in a long way to cramp up Shenwari, which also played a part in the dismissal. 83/5
    25.5 gentle lob back to the bowler. Nabi was completely deceived in flight as he chipped down the track. He was looking to work it across the line but ended up spooning a dolly. The end is near for Afghanistan. What a comeback this is turning out to be for Mosharraf 89/7
    32.2 both halves of the partnership have now been dismissed. It was floated up and on off, tempted him to go for a big drive and that is exactly what the batsman does, only that he gets a big outside edge that is snaffled at first slip. Bangladesh one wicket away from their 100th ODI win 132/9
    32.1 pitched up outside off and gets forward and taps it to point. They take off for a quick single though it goes directly to him. Direct hit at the non-striker's end and the umpire takes a long time before deciding to go upstairs. Looks like he is safe initially, but replays show that he out of his crease by more than a mile. Direct hits are always close and this one showed why. The third umpire presses the wrong button and the crowd is stunned momentarily but the big screen flashes the right decision eventually 132/8
    not out
    33.5 slower ball, doesn't pick it up. Tries to go big over long-off and does not get enough on it. He is undone by the lack of pace on that delivery, the shot doesn't carry too far. The bowler runs back and holds on to it 138/10
    5 (b 1, w 4)
    138 all out (33.5 Overs, RR: 4.07)
    Fall of wickets: 1-5 (Mohammad Shahzad, 2.1 ov), 2-52 (Nawroz Mangal, 13.3 ov), 3-52 (Hashmatullah Shahidi, 13.6 ov), 4-55 (Asghar Stanikzai, 16.3 ov), 5-83 (Samiullah Shenwari, 22.5 ov), 6-88 (Rahmat Shah, 24.3 ov), 7-89 (Mohammad Nabi, 25.5 ov), 8-132 (Rashid Khan, 32.1 ov), 9-132 (Najibullah Zadran, 32.2 ov), 10-138 (Dawlat Zadran, 33.5 ov)
    Mashrafe Mortaza6.021512.5010
    Shafiul Islam5.502814.8010
    Shakib Al Hasan6.003405.6600
    Mosharraf Hossain8.012433.0000
    Taskin Ahmed7.003124.4210
    Mosaddek Hossain1.00515.0010

Match Details

  • Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur, Dhaka


Bangladesh , elected to bat first

Series result

Bangladesh won the 3-match series 2-1

Player of the match

Player of the series

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Match days

1 October 2016 - day/night match (50-over match)

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