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Final, Sylhet, January 15, 2022, Bangladesh Cricket League One-Day

Cent Z (BD) won by 6 wickets (with 45 balls remaining)

Player Of The Match
33* (85) & 2/45
Player Of The Series
148 runs • 6 wkts

BCL One-Day: Central Zone complete domestic double after win over South Zone

Bowlers, Al-Amin shine as Central beat South by six wickets after bowling them out for 163

Mohammad Isam
Mohammad Isam
The victorious Central Zone team  •  BCB

The victorious Central Zone team  •  BCB

Central Zone 164 for four (Al-Amin 53 not out, Mizanur 39, Ahmed 3 for 32) beat South Zone 163 all out (Pinak 35) by six wickets
Central Zone completed a domestic double after they beat South Zone by six wickets in the BCL One-Day final held at the Sylhet International Stadium on Saturday. Central Zone took 42.3 overs to chase down 164 in the low-scoring tournament.
Asked to bat first, South Zone were bowled out for 163 runs in 48.5 overs. They gave away a good start as they slipped to 99 for four after Anamul Haque and Pinak Ghosh added 51 for the opening stand. Nahidul Islam's 31 took them past the 150-mark.
Mossadek Hossain, Nazmul Islam, Soumya Sarkar, Hasan Murad and Mrittunjoy Chowdhury took two wickets each for Central Zone. Soumya had the most economical figures, with 2 for 19 from his 6.5 overs.
In reply, Soumya and Mizanur Rahman helped Central Zone get off to a brisk start. The duo added 65 for the opening stand in 12.1 overs. Al-Amin Hossain followed it up with an unbeaten 53, adding 88 runs for the unbroken fifth-wicket stand with Mosaddek, who remained unbeaten on 33.
Captain Mosaddek was later adjudged the Player-of-the-Match and the Player-of-the-Series for scoring 148 runs and taking six wickets in the tournament. Imrul Kayes was the only batter to score more than 150 runs in the competition while Soumya was one of the four bowlers to take seven wickets.
Earlier this month, Central Zone had won the BCL first-class competition after they beat South Zone by four wickets in a tense final day.

Mohammad Isam is ESPNcricinfo's Bangladesh correspondent. @isam84

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