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Farihar felt the hat-trick would have been more 'sweet' if Bangladesh won

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Bangladesh women's team lost by 58 runs to Australia in the second match at Sherebangla Stadium. Australia also confirmed the victory of this three-match series by 2-0.

Coming to the press conference after the loss, Fariha said, 'It feels good to get the second hat-trick. After taking two wickets I wanted to hit the next ball on the stumps.'

Fareeha, who took 4 wickets for 19 runs, said that he would have liked to have scored a hat-trick if the team had won, 'Losing the match is disappointing. A team win would have felt more like an individual achievement. Then maybe we would have celebrated (hat trick). But first the team. We started well. I was hoping to finish well. But we fought to the end.'

Fariha suffered a back injury in October last year. After that, he was out of the field for about six months. Fariha told the process of recovery from injury, 'Recovery from injury was the first goal. I wanted to follow the process, so there was never any doubt that I would not be able to return to the Bangladesh team due to injury. After the rehabilitation process, I was fortunate enough to work at Ramanayake's bowling camp. It helped me a lot.'

The third and final match of the series is on Thursday at the Shere Bangla Stadium.


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