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Bangladesh girls are the last in Australia's whirlwind with 97 runs

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In cloudy conditions in the morning, the two openers of Bangladesh not only survived by winning the toss, but could not score runs. Although Farzana and Sobhana were shaky, Australia did not find wickets quickly. They got their first breakthrough in the ninth over, cutting Megan Shute to Sobhana Mostari cut behind. Only 17 runs came in 10 overs of the first powerplay, 9 of which were extra runs.

After Sobhana's wicket, Farzana moved into more shells, aiming only to spend time on the wicket with Murshida. But it was not successful. He made a catch at mid-off while picking up Molyneux and scored 7 runs off 52 balls. His strike rate was 13.46—the second-lowest among Bangladeshi batsmen in innings of at least 50 balls.

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