The poor performance of Pakistan’s team continues in the ICC Women’s ODI World Cup being played in New Zealand. In the match played against Bangladesh on Monday, he had to face defeat by 9 runs.
Batting first, Bangladesh had scored 234 runs for 7 wickets, in response Pakistan’s team could only score 225 runs for 9 wickets.
This is the team’s fourth consecutive defeat and now they are almost out of the tournament. With this win, Bangladesh women’s team has created history. This is the team’s first win in the World Cup.
Pakistan’s team also lost in its fourth match of the Women’s World Cup. After losing the toss, Bangladesh got off to a smooth start by Shamima Sultana and Sharmin Akhtar, who came to bat first.
The team got the first blow on 37 when Shamima was dismissed after scoring 17 runs. Second opener Sharmin played an innings of 44 runs in 55 balls in which 6 fours were hit. The team was given shocks by Pakistani bowlers at frequent intervals but runs were also scored at one end.
Farzana Haque held on to one end and completed her half-century. Farzana, along with captain Nigaar Sultan, handled the innings and contributed towards reaching a respectable score.
She was dismissed for 71 runs off 115 balls with the help of 5 fours. The captain played an important innings of 46 runs off 64 balls with the help of 1 four. In the stipulated 50 overs, the team scored 234 runs for 7 wickets.
Pakistan’s team needed a win after three consecutive defeats but failed to achieve it. Chasing a small target, opener Nahida Khan and Sidra Amin made a great start for the team Pakistan. Both added 91 runs for the first wicket.
Naida was dismissed after scoring 43 runs off 67 balls and from here the team weakened the grip in the match. Amin stood at one end and completed his century but apart from him, no one could contribute the batter. Amin was dismissed for 104 runs off 140 balls with the help of 8 fours.