Pakistan’s Physical Disability team beat Bangladesh to extend unbeaten streak

July 10, 2018

Photo Courtesy: Pakistan Cricket Board

The Pakistan Physical Disability team won their second successive game in the tri-series at Worcestershire as they beat Bangladesh by 45 runs on Monday.

Pakistan, batting first, scored 181 runs in their overs. Bangladesh were bowled out for 135 runs in 18.3 overs.

This was Pakistan’s second consecutive victory in the tournament. Earlier, they beat England 78 runs in the first match of the tournament.

Pakistan scored 224/4 with Muhammad Shahbaz scoring 121 runs from 69 balls. He scored 11 boundaries and nine sixes to his name.

Hasnain Alam made 60 runs from 42 deliveries after hitting five boundaries and four maximums.

Alex Hammond took two wickets while Fred Bridges took one wicket for England.

The English side, chasing 225 runs to win, was dismissed for 146 runs. Liam O’Brien made 60 from 33 balls after hitting 12 boundaries and five sixes in the match.

Liam Thomas and Alex Hammond contributed 26 and 16 runs, respectively, with the bat.

Nihar Alam took four wickets for Pakistan while Muhammad Haris went on to take three wickets in the match.

Malik Kashif took two wickets against England.

Muhammad Shahbaz was named Player of the Match for his batting performance.