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Mahedi Hasan is the Man of the Match.
"Not really happy with the total we posted", says Comilla captain Tamim Iqbal. "We were looking at 160-170, which would have given us a good chance, but their bowlers did well in the middle. Imrul has been batting brilliantly throughout the tournament and Marlon has been doing his job well. Mahedi Hasan has lot of heart. I wanted to see how well he bowls against the two biggest hitters in the world in Chris Gayle and Brendon McCullum and he showed he has lot of heart."
"In Bangladesh, it's not easy to play your shots", says Rangpur captain Mashrafe Mortaza. "I thought the bowlers did a very good job. We thought it was gettable but if you lose four wickets in nine balls, especially in the Powerplay, you aren't going to win matches too often."
9.34pm Comilla pick up their fourth successive win and rise to second on the table. Good all-round performance from them, first with the bat where Samuels and Kayes set it up nicely with useful 40s. And Rashid was the difference-maker with the ball. Ended what looked to be swelling into a dangerous opening partnership. Not to forget Mahedi Hasan, who in fact, ended with even better figures. So Gayle and McCullum's return resulted in disappointment for the fans as well as Rangpur. Their first appearance of the season wasn't enough to pull them out of the depths of the last position on the table.
Hamid Seddiqi: "Fielders are often punished with code of conduct if they cheat in delibrately claiming the catch or stopping a boundry, why no batsmans are punished for not confirming a clear edge.."
rakesh: "Is Bo para doing a MSD here?" Will be the moment of the BPL if he does. And I mean across seasons.
Ultra-edge shows there was an edge