Player of the Match
Player of the Match

50 | 1 Run | BDESH: 246/5 (140 runs required, RR: 4.92)

  • Mahmudullah0 (7b)
  • Jahurul Islam11 (15b)
  • Mohammad Asif10-0-60-1
  • Imran Farhat5-0-21-1

Uff! This was one huge nail in the coffin of 50-over cricket. It has undone all the good work done by two wonderful matches between Sri Lanka and Pakistan, and Indian and Pakistan. International cricket in 2010 can't afford ODIs where one side doesn't even try to win a match for as long as 50 overs. In fact it seemed like Tamim Iqbal was rebelling against a team gameplan. Thanks for those who joined us, and I can see why not many did

Shahid Afridi is MoM and also the winning captain "I was always expecting that as a captain you should set an example. As a captain I am very happy. The coaches did a very good job. There are a few lessons to be learnt surely but we played well."

Shakib Al Hasan "They got a great start, their openers batted really well. On the other hand, our new-ball bowlers didn't bowl well. We know our strength is to not chase 385, we are not batting well in the middle overs, so our plan was to bat well in the middle overs, we did that brilliantly today. There were plus points in our batting, we need to improve our bowling and fielding."

Junaid Siddique has been given the award for the most stylish player of the day. Somehow I can't see the humour there. He also wins a 1000 dollars for being the Jodi [partnership] of the Match

Mohammad Asif to Mahmudullah, no run, that's it, the Test has been saved! Well done Bangladesh. Fittingly they finish it off with a defensive shot
Mohammad Asif to Mahmudullah, no run, gets a bottom edge as he looks to cut
Mohammad Asif to Mahmudullah, no run, full ball, driven to extra cover
Mohammad Asif to Mahmudullah, no run, short outside off, beaten
Mohammad Asif to Mahmudullah, no run, looks for cut, is beaten
Mohammad Asif to Jahurul Islam, 1 run, pushes this to sweeper-cover for one

Srinivasan: "I believe BAN captain said that they are confortable in chasing 250-260 confortably, he done it atleast!!"

49 | 1 Run 1 Wkt | BDESH: 245/5 (141 runs required from 6 balls, RR: 5.00, RRR: 141.00)

  • Mahmudullah0 (2b)
  • Jahurul Islam10 (14b)
  • Imran Farhat5-0-21-1
  • Mohammad Asif9-0-59-1
Imran Farhat to Mahmudullah, no run, flighted delivery, nicely pushed to extra cover

Bangladesh 2nd innings Partnerships

1st39Tamim IqbalImrul Kayes
2nd160Junaid SiddiqueImrul Kayes
3rd4Junaid SiddiqueMushfiqur Rahim
4th7Junaid SiddiqueShakib Al Hasan
5th35Jahurul IslamShakib Al Hasan
6th1Jahurul IslamMahmudullah