Player of the Match
Player of the Match
31.5
W
Lawson to Talha Jubair, OUT,

Talha Jubair b Lawson 0 (2m 2b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

31.4
0
Lawson to Talha Jubair, no run,
31.3
W
Lawson to Tapash Baisya, OUT,

Tapash Baisya b Lawson 0 (6m 4b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

31.2
0
Lawson to Tapash Baisya, no run,
31.1
0
Lawson to Tapash Baisya, no run,

END OF OVER:
31 | 4 Runs | BDESH: 87/8

  • Naimur Rahman5 (11b)
  • Tapash Baisya0 (1b)
  • Pedro Collins9-2-30-1
  • Jermaine Lawson6-4-3-4
30.6
0
Collins to Naimur Rahman, no run,
30.5
0
Collins to Naimur Rahman, no run,
30.4
4
Collins to Naimur Rahman, FOUR runs,
30.3
0
Collins to Naimur Rahman, no run,
30.2
0
Collins to Naimur Rahman, no run,
30.1
0
Collins to Naimur Rahman, no run,

END OF OVER:
30 | (wicket maiden) | BDESH: 83/8

  • Tapash Baisya0 (1b)
  • Naimur Rahman1 (5b)
  • Jermaine Lawson6-4-3-4
  • Pedro Collins8-2-26-1
29.6
0
Lawson to Tapash Baisya, no run,
29.5
W
Lawson to Enamul Haque, OUT,

Enamul Haque c †Jacobs b Lawson 0 (7m 7b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

29.4
0
Lawson to Enamul Haque, no run,
29.3
0
Lawson to Enamul Haque, no run,
29.2
0
Lawson to Enamul Haque, no run,
29.1
0
Lawson to Enamul Haque, no run,

END OF OVER:
29 | 2 Runs | BDESH: 83/7

  • Naimur Rahman1 (5b)
  • Enamul Haque0 (2b)
  • Pedro Collins8-2-26-1
  • Jermaine Lawson5-3-3-3
28.6
0
Collins to Naimur Rahman, no run,
28.5
0
Collins to Naimur Rahman, no run,
28.4
0
Collins to Naimur Rahman, no run,
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