Pakistani women team win a first T20 match

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Pakistani women team win a first T20 match

Pakistani women team win a first T20 match | Defeat Bangladesh, Pakistani women team win a first T20 match
Despite the aggressive half-century of Romana Ahmed, the Pakistani women’s team beat Bangladesh by 14 runs to take the first T20 match.
Bismillah Maroof, captain of the national team, won the toss and decided to bat first in the first international women’s team at Gaddafi Stadium. The national team lost both openers when they came in 15th overall, but then captains Bismdorf and Omima Sohail took over the national team, batting responsibly.
Both players contributed to Pakistan’s reasonable total, setting up a 60-run partnership for the third wicket while restoring the opening loss. Captain Bisma scored 34 and Omima 33, while Erm Javed scored two sixes and a boundary in the closing overs, and Sadra Nawaz scored 16 for 5.
Ara Alam scored 17 runs and took 4 wickets for Bangladesh. Bangladesh also lost both openers by six runs in pursuit of the target.


Sajid Islam and Narghar Sultana reached 40 for 34, but then both players returned to the pavilion with 14 and 17 respectively. After losing 4 wickets for 47 runs in 12 overs, Romania returned with their bat and brought the Bangladesh team back into the match.
He played 50-ball innings with two sixes and 6 fours for 30 balls, but his brilliant innings and Bangladesh’s resistance ended in the last over of the match. Bangladesh scored 112 for seven in the stipulated overs and Pakistan also won the first Twenty20 match by 14 runs to take a 0-1 lead in the series.
National team captain Bisma was named the best player of the match for excellent performance and excellent innings.
Defeat Bangladesh, Pakistani women team win a first T20 match
Despite the aggressive half-century of Romana Ahmed, the Pakistani women’s team beat Bangladesh by 14 runs to take the first T20 match.
Bismillah Maroof, captain of the national team, won the toss and decided to bat first in the first international women’s team at Gaddafi Stadium. The national team lost both openers when they came in 15th overall, but then captains Bismdorf and Omima Sohail took over the national team, batting responsibly.
Both players contributed to Pakistan’s reasonable total, setting up a 60-run partnership for the third wicket while restoring the opening loss. Captain Bisma scored 34 and Omima 33, while Erm Javed scored two sixes and a boundary in the closing overs, and Sadra Nawaz scored 16 for 5.
Ara Alam scored 17 runs and took 4 wickets for Bangladesh. Bangladesh also lost both openers by six runs in pursuit of the target.
Sajid Islam and Narghar Sultana reached 40 for 34, but then both players returned to the pavilion with 14 and 17 respectively. After losing 4 wickets for 47 runs in 12 overs, Romania returned with their bat and brought the Bangladesh team back into the match.
He played 50-ball innings with two sixes and 6 fours for 30 balls, but his brilliant innings and Bangladesh’s resistance ended in the last over of the match. Bangladesh scored 112 for seven in the stipulated overs and Pakistan also won the first Twenty20 match by 14 runs to take a 0-1 lead in the series.
National team captain Bisma was named the best player of the match for excellent performance and excellent innings.

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