Ireland A suffered a four-wicket loss in the second one-dayer, with the first game abandoned in light of Pretorius testing Covid-19-positive
Shamim Hossain was also part of Bangladesh 2020 Under-19 World Cup-winning squad
Shamim Hossain played a match-winning hand in Bangladesh Emerging Team’s four-wicket win over Ireland Wolves in Chattogram. Shamim, who was part of Bangladesh’s title-winning team at the 2020 Under-19 World Cup squad, struck an unbeaten 53 off 39 balls, with three fours and two sixes, to seal the 264-run chase with two balls remaining.
Shamim arrived at the crease in the 36th over, at the fall of Mahmudul Hasan Joy, who top-scored with 66, and added 42 runs for the fifth wicket with Towhid Hridoy. Akbar Ali, the World Cup-winning captain, was run out for a duck with 44 left to win off 28 balls. Shamim and Sumon Khan took them home, the latter scoring a nine-ball 11.
Earlier, Ruhan Pretorius, who was found negative for Covid-19 yesterday after returning a positive test ahead of the first match, resulting in the game to be abandoned, was Ireland Wolves’ top-scorer with 90 as they made 263 for 7 in 50 overs. Pretorius struck nine fours and a six off 125 balls as he anchored the innings. He added 88 runs for the opening stand with James McCollum , who made a 62-ball 41.
For the home side, Rakibul Hasan and Sumon took two wickets each.
Source: ESPN Crickinfo