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Bangledesh vs. Hong Kong T20 match

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In T20 cricket match was Bangladesh vs. Hong Kong, and Hong Kong won.

The first time Hong Kong played cricket T20 match in Bangladesh. They both good played. But Bangladesh was lose in last over.
Bangladesh did qualify for the Super 10 stage, but did so in embarrassing circumstances in Chittagong.
Haseeb Amjad (12) hammered the fourth ball of the 20th over for a six to bring up the winning runs at the Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium.
Sent in to bat first, hosts Bangladesh batted with reckless abandon and paid the price as they were skittled out for 108 in just 16.3 overs.
The stunning batting collapse provided Nepal with an outside chance to go through. But Hong Kong failed to reach the target of 109 in 13.2 overs.
Bangladesh will now play reigning champions West Indies, former champions Pakistan and India and Australia.
But skipper Mushfiqur Rahim will be certainly worried since losing to an associate nation is not the best way to prepare for tougher contests.
It was the fourth time an Associate Nation defeated a Test-playing nation in T20 internationals.
Irfan Ahmed (34) -- dropped twice, on 0 and 12, started off briskly, although his opening partner Waqas Barkat sent back by Shakib Al Hasan for a duck.
Shakib proved unplayable, and he along with the other spinners put Bangladesh right on top.
The left-arm spinner struck twice in his fourth and last overs. Skipper Jamie Atkinson (7) and Irfan were both trapped in the front. Shakib ended with stunning figures of 3-9 in his four, which included 17 dot balls.
Rubel Hossain could not bowl because of injury after he tried and fluffed the low catching chance of Irfan.
Babar Hayat (1) edged Al-Amin Hossain back to Mushfiqur and Mahmudullah struck with his first ball to get better of Mark Chapman (5), sending the anxious crowd into delirium and leaving Hong Kong reeling at 50 for 5 in 9.1overs.
Forty-year old Munir Dar, who top-scored with a fine 36, had different ideas as he kept the taking cheeky ones and twos and hitting the occasional boundaries.
Abdur Razzak was brought back into the attack after the ball was changed in what was the last throw of the dice from his captain.
Mahmudullah trapped Dar leg before. Sabbir then went through the defence of Tanwir Afzal.
Mahmudullah also took out Niazat Khan (12), who holed out to Mominul Haque, the substitute fielder.
But Amjad kept his cool in the final over
The Tigers fell from 85 for 3 in the space of just four overs, losing their last 7 wickets for just 23 runs to keep millions of their fans on the edge.
Anamul Haque, Shakib and Mushfiqur Rahim all threw their wickets away to leave Bangladesh in trouble.
Mushfiqur, after the match, admitted that they did not read the wicket well thinking it was a 140 wicket.

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