flat and angled into the batsman, flicked to deep square leg and it's in the gap, so they can pick up the two runs needed for victory. Comfortable eight-wicket win in the end, and they'll have boosted their net run-rate by getting there in 11.1 overs
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9.16pm Two more points for Comilla. Easy-paced enough chase in the end despite the wobble at the start. But once they had bowled out Sylhet for 68, it would have taken something extraordinary to win. That didn't happen. Comiilla have 6 points, and are in second place on the points table.
David Warner: "It wasn't ideal, but you have to complement the way they bowled. They took ten wickets which were genuine wickets, there weren't any poor shots. And when you lose wickets up front you get in a defensive mindset. They really took it away from us in that first six overs. The wet outfield helped, with the ball coming on better once it was wet. That's something we have to think about. We need to minimise the damage when the ball is dry and we're batting, and then look to control things when bowling with a wet ball."
Mahedi Hasan is the man of the match. "Everyone dreams of doing well and so did I. I was normal on the hat-trick ball. I was confident after Saifuddin had bowled a good first over."
Imrul Kayes, the winning skipper. "Completely team effort for a good performance. I'll give all credit to our spinners, especially Mahedi. Wahab came today and came straight here. It's very difficult to play here, but he has done that. Overall, our pacers are bowling excellently. I thought if we stayed at the wicket we could easily finish the game (with Shamsur). Everyone is happy with the win and our confidence is up. Last match we played brilliantly but we lost, but that can happen."
Only two runs needed
flicked to fine leg
good comeback by the bowler with a slower bouncer, the batsman shaped to pull then decided against it
carved over extra-cover with great timing and power. Too full on the stumps, and he steps away and lets his arms swing freely. They want to finish it in this over
length ball, nipping back in, he has a swat at it, but it rolls to midwicket off the under-edge
good length on leg stump, pitched outside leg though. Beats his forward defence and raps him on the back pad, nipping off the seam. Can't be lbw because it pitched outside leg. They take a leg-bye to short third man
very full on the stumps, and driven straight back. Beats the bowler, beats a clumsy dive by mid-off and straight into the fence
sumit saha: "Its a good opportunity for Victorian's to improve Net Run Rate. Which could be vital in the later of group stage. "
full and outside off, drives through the covers
goes back and punches a flatter delivery to long-on
looks like the googly, which he tucks to a wide mid-on
another long hop and he hammers it over deep midwicket, quick feet taking him back in the crease and then his power doing the rest
drags the length short and Shamsur rocks back to pull it to the left of midwicket
it's too full for the sweep shot, but he somehow manages it, possibly because he doesn't get fully down on one knee.
That's the time out.
leans into the tossed up delivery outside off and drives through extra cover
nudges a flatter delivery off his pads to deep square leg
slices the shortish delivery outside off to deep point
has some room to free the arms and so he gets down on one leg and slog sweeps the ball over square leg. Excellent shot
good length on middle, he blocks towards point
tossed up on off stump, drives to cover
drags it down short, and he wanted to slog-sweep it, but doesn't connect. Inside edged onto pad