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Bangladesh girls lost in another one-sided fight, the series in Australia

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Only 17 runs came in 10 overs of the first Powerplay, of which 9 were extra runs.
After Sobhana's wicket, Farzana moved into more shells, aiming only to spend time on the wicket with Murshida. But it didn't exactly succeed. 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.

Murshida Khatun and Nigar Sultana then returned in two consecutive overs. Murshida takes a point catch while cutting Gardner, the Bangladesh skipper is LBW as Molyneux misses the line. Ritu Moni and Fahima Khatun gave some hope to the hosts who lost 4 wickets for 27 runs. The first boundary off the bat in the innings came in the 20th over, when Fahima hit Sophie Molyneux. But their pair of 25 runs off 36 balls could not prevent the collapse. The lowest score of 60 runs in their history was also eye-catching.

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