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After 'improvement' in batting, Bangladesh saw Australia's batting power at a record loss

by endroar

It can be said that Bangladesh batted 'best' in this match against Australia. What didn't happen in the ODI series, this time it was the first six, the first fifty by a batsman, the first 100. Bangladesh scored 126 runs in Nigar Sultana's innings of 63 runs from 64 balls. But then they saw the batting power of Australia.

Two openers Beth Mooney and captain Alyssa Healy's pair of fifty, 127 runs in the opening pair with 10 wickets left, Australia advanced to the series by winning the first T20. With this, Bangladesh lost by 10 wickets in T20 for the second time (the previous incident was against South Africa in the previous series).

Healy, who completed his fifty off 34 balls, was unbeaten on 65 off 42 balls. Muni's 35-ball fifty in the last over of the match was 55 off 36 balls. Australia won in 13 overs. That means there were 42 balls left. Bangladesh has never lost by so many runs with so many balls to spare.

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