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Bangladesh lost their fourth match of the Super 12 of the ongoing T20 World Cup 2022 to India by five runs in Adelaide on Wednesday. In the last over, Bangladesh needed to score 20 runs to seal the match, but the Tigers managed to score 14 runs. After the one-hour break forced by the rain, Bangladesh needed 85 off 54 balls in a revised target, but the Tigers could not do it. Liton Das, who was unbeaten for 59 before the rain, managed only a run and got trapped in a run-out. Read more: T20 World Cup 2022: Shakib and Afif out, Bangladesh at 101 for 4 That was the point at which Bangladesh started to lose the match. Bangladesh kept losing the wicket after Liton’s dismissal, and eventually they fell short by five runs and lost the match. For India, Arshdeep and Hardik Pandya took two wickets each. Earlier, Virat Kohli smashed an unbeaten 64 off 44 balls and propelled India to a massive total of 184 for six against Bangladesh in their fourth match of the Super 12 stage of the World Cup. Shoriful Islam, who was picked up in this match to replace Soumya Sarkar, conceded 57 runs and failed to bag any wickets. Hasan Mahmud, the other pacer, bagged three wickets but conceded more than 11 runs an over. The Bangladeshi bowlers were impressive in the power play when they conceded only 37 runs, picking up one wicket. Hasan missed a dolly from Rohit Sharma at the boundary, off the ball of Taskin Ahmed. But in the fourth over, Hasan removed Rohit for two as Yasir took a great catch. Read more: T20 World Cup 2022: Bangladesh need 85 runs in 54 balls vs India as match resumes Taskin was imperious from the first over. He bowled out his overs early in the innings, conceding just 15 runs. At one point, he seemed unplayable for the Indian batters. But he was unlucky and ended up wicketless. Lokesh Rahul was on fire in the middle. He smashed 24 runs off the ninth over bowled by Shoiful Islam. The left-arm seamer conceded two sixes in that over with a no-ball and a wide. Rahul picked up his fifty off just 31 balls. Shakib conceded 10 runs off his first over but managed to scalp the dangerous wicket of Lokesh. Virat played some glorious shots after coming to bat after the dismissal of Rohit. Virat Kohli and Lokesh Rahul added 67 runs on the board off just 37 balls. But Bangladesh somehow managed to contain Virat in the middle. But in the 15th over, Virat hit two fours off Mustafizur Rahman with an inside edge that went past the stumps. After the 15th over, India were at 130 for 3, with Virat Kohli and Hardik Pandya batting for 40 and five, respectively. Read more: T20 World Cup 2022: Liton hits a 21-ball 50 vs India before rain starts Hardik came to bat after Shakib bowled Suryakumar Yadav for 30 off 16 balls. The number-one T20 batter was getting dangerous before Shakib trapped him. In the last five overs, India added 54 runs, with Virat hitting a 37-ball fifty and ending up on 64 off 44 balls. Before Virat reached his fifty, Hasan removed Hardik Pandya off the first ball of the 16th over. With this unbeaten 64*, Virat passed the 200-run mark in this World Cup so far. A dual effort from Shakib and Shoriful managed to send Dinesh Karthik back trapped in a run-out. He has a history of getting dangerous in the death overs against Bangladesh. Shakib bagged two wickets, while Mustafizur Rahman conceded 31 runs but failed to get any wickets. With this win against Bangladesh, India got one step closer to the semifinals of the T20 World Cup 2022.
After Liton Das fell prey to an unfortunate run-out and Najmul Hossain Shanto followed him being caught at the boundary area, Shakib Al Hasan and Afif Hossain were trying to build on the foundation the openers left behind. But both Shakib and Afif got out within 12 overs, and Bangladesh are now 101 for 4 in pursuit of the revised target of 151 against India. At the end of the 11th over, Bangladesh were batting at 99 for 2. They needed 52 more runs in the last five overs. Read more: T20 World Cup 2022: Bangladesh need 85 runs in 54 balls vs India as match resumes Asrshdeep Singh removed both Shakib and Afif in the 12th over. Both of them tried to play big shots but could not clear the boundary. At the end of the 12th over, Bangladesh were batting at 101 for four in their Super 12s match against India in Adelaide.
According to the revised target, Bangladesh need 85 runs in 54 balls to win the match against India in Adelaide. It is the fourth match for both Bangladesh and India in the Super 12 of the ongoing T20 World Cup 2022. Read more:T20 World Cup 2022: Liton hits a 21-ball 50 vs India before rain starts Rain got heavier in Adelaide at around Bangladesh time 4:50 pm. The match started to lose over after local time 9:28 pm. Before the rain started, Bangladesh were at 66 for none in seven overs in pursuit of 185. Liton Das, the right-handed opener, hit a 21-ball fifty and kept the Tigers alive in the match. After the seventh over, when Bangladesh were batting at 77 for none, rain started and players were called out of the field. Read more:T20 World Cup: Kohli propels India to 184 vs Bangladesh In the third over, bowled by Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Liton hit two fours and one six. In the second over, he smashed Arshdeep Singh for three fours. Earlier, India scored 184 riding in the fifties from Lokesh Rahul and Virat Kohli. For Bangladesh, Hasan Mahmud got three wickets while Shakib Al Hasan took two. Bangladesh have won two matches—against the Netherlands and Zimbabwe—so far in the Super 12 of this T20 World Cup 2022. Now Bangladesh have a real chance to upset India if they can score 85 runs in 54 balls after the game resumes in Adelaide.
Right-handed batsman Lokesh Rahul gained momentum for India, hitting 24 runs in the ninth over bowled by Shoriful Islam in their T20 World Cup match against Bangladesh in Adelaide. Rahul smashed a 50 off 31 balls before falling prey to Shakib Al Hasan in the 10th over. India were at 52 for 2 at the end of the eighth over, but Shoriful conceded 24 runs and the momentum was shifted for India. Read more: T20 World Cup: Bangladesh off to a good start vs India Earlier, Hasan Mahmud sent Rohit Sharma back to the dressing room for two. Right before taking the wicket of Rohit, Hasan missed a dolly at the boundary area when Rohit played Taskin Ahmed. Bangladesh made one change to their playing XI, bringing in Shoriful Islam to replace Soumya Sarkar. Soumya, the left-handed opener, played all three matches before today but failed to prove his mettle. He got off to a good start, but he couldn't capitalize on those starts. Shoriful, the left-arm seamer, has played 28 T20Is and bagged 32 wickets so far. Read more:T20 World Cup 2022: Bangladesh opt to bowl first vs India Bangladesh won their first match against the Netherlands but lost to South Africa before registering a win against Zimbabwe. India lost to South Africa before taking on Bangladesh today. This is the first time Bangladesh are playing a T20I match in Adelaide. Prior to this match, Bangladesh and India took on each other in 11 T20Is, with Bangladesh winning only one of those matches. Before losing his wicket to Shakib Al Hasan, Lokesh Rahul gave India good momentum in their T20 World Cup match against Bangladesh in Adelaide. Now the rest of the Indian batters have to play their part in order to put up a big total on the board to defend.
Bangladesh won the toss and opted to bowl first against India in their fourth match in the Super 12 stage of the ongoing T20 World Cup 2022 in Adelaide. This is the first time Bangladesh are playing a T20I match in Adelaide. Bangladesh made one change to their playing XI, bringing in Shoriful Islam to replace Soumya Sarkar. Soumya, the left-handed opener, played all three matches before today but failed to prove his mettle. He got off to a good start, but he couldn't capitalize on those starts. Shoriful, the left-arm seamer, has played 28 T20Is and bagged 32 wickets so far. Bangladesh won their first match against the Netherlands but lost to South Africa before registering a win against Zimbabwe. On the other hand, India lost to South Africa in their last fixture before taking on Bangladesh today. Read More: Bangladesh vs India T20 world Cup Live Streaming: Where and How to watch live, Playing XI Before this match, Bangladesh and India took on each other in 11 T20Is, with Bangladesh winning only one of those matches. Bangladesh (Playing XI): Najmul Hossain Shanto, Litton Das, Shakib Al Hasan(c), Afif Hossain, Yasir Ali, Mosaddek Hossain, Shoriful Islam, Nurul Hasan(w), Mustafizur Rahman, Hasan Mahmud, Taskin Ahmed India (Playing XI): KL Rahul, Rohit Sharma (c), Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav, Hardik Pandya, Dinesh Karthik(w), Axar Patel, Ravichandran Ashwin, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Mohammed Shami, Arshdeep Singh. The team that bats first in Adelaide usually performs better than the one that is chasing. Therefore, it would be interesting to see whether Bangladesh captain Shakib succeeds in his choice to field first against India in the T20 World Cup 2022 Super 12 Round. Read More: Bangladesh vs India T20 World Cup 2022: Match Preview, Head-to-Head Record, Venue Stats, Expected Playing XI
India’s place in the semi-finals may well be confirmed today when they take on South Africa today (October 30) at the Perth Stadium. On the other hand, South Africa will get one step closer to a spot in the knockout phase if they overcome India. Let’s take a look at the head-to-head record, venue stats, predicted playing XI and where to watch the India vs South T20 World Cup 2022 match live. IND vs SA Twenty20 World Cup 2022: Match Preview India started off their Twenty20 World Cup 2022 campaign with a victory against their arch rivals, Pakistan, at the MCG, Melbourne. They then thumped the Netherlands side at the SCG , Sydney. India are currently in good form and can almost certainly secure a place in the semifinals if they defeat South Africa in today's match. Read More: T20 World Cup: Bangladesh opt to bat first vs Zimbabwe On the other hand, South Africa are also in a strong position in the points table after winning by a big margin over Bangladesh in their second match at the SCG. They have a very good net run rate, which could help them later in the point standings. The Proteas side will be eager to beat India in this contest to stay firm in the standings. South Africa vs India head-to-head T20I Record India are slightly ahead in the head-to-head T20I record against South Africa. The Indian side has 13 wins out of 23, while the South African team has 9 wins. India won a bilateral T20I series (2-1) earlier this month over South Africa. India vs South Africa T20 World Cup 2022 match schedule The India vs South Africa T20 World Cup 2022 match will take place at the Perth Cricket Stadium in Perth today (October 30). The contest will begin at 5 p.m. (Bangladesh Standard Time), which is 4.30 p.m. in Indian Standard Time and 1 p.m. in South African Standard Time. SA vs IND T20 World Cup 2022 match venue: Perth Cricket Stadium’s T20I stats The Perth Cricket Stadium in Perth will host the IND vs SA Twenty20 World Cup 2022 match. Five Twenty20 Internationals have been played at this ground so far. Here are some key T20I statistics for the venue. Matches Played (T20I): 5 | Bat First Won: 2 | Bat Second Won: 3 | Highest Team Innings: 208/6 | Lowest Team Innings: 112 | Highest Run Chased: 158/3 | Highest Individual Innings: 84 | Best Bowling Figure: 5/10 Read More: Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe T 20 world Cup Live Streaming: Where and How to watch live, Playing XI Perth’s weather and pitch report There are chances of rain in Perth today, but it’s pretty slim. The pitch will offer bounce and pace, and that will come into the equation when picking the playing XI. The toss-winning may prefer to chase at this venue. India vs South Africa ICC Twenty20 World Cup 2022: Predicted playing XI The Indian team is unlikely to make a change to their playing XI that won the previous two contests. On the other hand, South Africa may include one more pacer in the team in place of a spinner. India (probable playing XI)Top-Order: KL Rahul, Rohit Sharma (captain), Virat Kohli, Middle-Order: Suryakumar Yadav, Axar Patel, Hardik Pandya, Dinesh Karthik (wicket-keeper), Ravi Ashwin, Lower-Order: Mohammed Shami, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Arshdeep SinghSouth Africa (probable playing XI) Top-Order: Quinton de Kock (wicket-keeper), Temba Bavuma (captain), Rilee Rossouw, Middle-Order: Aiden Markram, David Miller, Tristan Stubbs, Wayne Parnell, Keshav Maharaj, Lower-Order: Anrich Nortje, Lungi Ngidi, Kagiso Rabada Where to watch India vs South Africa T20 World Cup 2022 match live On various platforms, the T20 World Cup contest between India and South Africa can be watched live. Some notable platforms are Star Network, Star Sports, Fox Sports, ESPN, PTV, GTV, TSports, ARY Digital Network, Disney+, Hotstar digital platforms, and Rabbithole. Read: T20 World Cup 2022: BAN vs ZIM H2H Record, Venue Stats, Predicted XI Aftermath The Indian side will be eager to secure a place in the semifinals by winning this contest and resting some of their top players for the next two matches. On the other hand, South Africa will be more keen to win the match as they don't want to have a do-or-die contest against Pakistan. Therefore, the India vs South Africa T20 World Cup 2022 matchup promises to be a thrilling one.
The quest for a semi-final berth in Group 2 of the Super 12 Round has heated up as all the teams are still alive in contention. However, Bangladesh’s chances in the competition may well be over if they lose against Zimbabwe on Sunday (October 30). Team Tigers' T20 World Cup 2022 match against the Chevrons will be crucial to stay in the competition. Let's have a look at the BAN vs ZIM head-to-head record, venue stats, and predicted playing XI. Twenty20 World Cup 2022: Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe Match Preview Bangladesh started off their T20 World Cup 2022 campaign with a victory against the Netherlands side in Hobart. But they were horrendous against South Africa in Sydney, resulting in a 104-run defeat, their biggest ever margin of loss in the shortest format of the game. The Tigers have three matches left in the tournament, including the fixtures against India and Pakistan. Bangladesh should defeat Zimbabwe by a big margin on Sunday if they are to advance to the next round. Read: T20 World Cup 2022: Tigers aim to make a comeback against Zimbabwe Zimbabwe, on the other hand, are in a good position after earning three points in the first two fixtures against South Africa and Pakistan respectively. They could well advance to the semifinals if the results of the Bangladesh and Netherlands fixtures come in their way. Zimbabwe will be even more motivated and will try to give their best in the contest. Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh: Head-to-head T20I Record Bangladesh have a better h2h record over Zimbabwe in the Twenty20 Internationals, winning twelve matches out of 19 meetings. Zimbabwe, on the other hand, have seven wins. However, the Zimbabwean side won a bilateral T20I series 2-1 last July at home, which will certainly boost their confidence heading into Sunday’s World Cup fixture against Bangladesh. Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe T20 World Cup 2022 match schedule The Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe match will take place at the Gabba cricket stadium in Brisbane on Sunday (October 30). The game will start at 9 a.m. (Bangladesh Standard Time). The Gabba Cricket Ground’s T20I stats The Gabba Cricket Stadium in Brisbane will host the Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe contest. Six Twenty20 Internationals have been staged at this venue so far. Here are some key T20I statistics of the ground. Matches Played (T20I): 6 | Bat First Won: 4 | Bat Second Won: 2 | Highest Team Innings: 209/3 | Lowest Team Innings: 114 | Highest Run Chased: 161/4 | Highest Individual Innings: 96 | Best Bowling Figure: 4/20 Read: T20 World Cup 2022: Current scenario of Super 12s points table Brisbane’s weather and pitch report The recent weather report suggests that on Sunday, Brisbane will be sunny, which is perfect for staging a cricket match. The toss-winning captain may opt to bat first since defending a total has better records at this venue. Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe Twenty20 World Cup 2022: Probable playing XI The Bangladesh team may make a change in the playing XI in place of off-spinner Mehidy Hasan Miraz. On the other hand, Zimbabwe will be unlikely to make any changes to the team that thumped Pakistan in Perth. Bangladesh (predicted playing XI)Najmul Hossain Shanto, Soumya Sarkar, Litton Das, Shakib Al Hasan (captain), Yasir Ali, Afif Hossain, Nurul Hasan (wicket-keeper), Mosaddek Hossain, Taskin Ahmed, Hasan Mahmud, Mustafizur RahmanZimbabwe (predicted playing XI) Craig Ervine (captain), Wessley Madhevere, Milton Shumba, Sean Williams, Sikandar Raza, Regis Chakabva (wicket-keeper), Luke Jongwe, Ryan Burl, Richard Ngarava, Brad Evans, Blessing Muzarabani Read: T20 World Cup: Australia-England match also washed out due to rain Aftermath The Zimbabwean team will be keen to give it everything they have got to beat Bangladesh, given that they are in a great position to go to the semifinal stage. On the other hand, Bangladesh's aim will be to defeat Zimbabwe in order to keep their hope alive in the T20 World Cup 2022 competition. The Bangladesh team has an edge in the h2h record between the two sides, and the match's venue is the Gabba, where who will play in the contest will be important. This match is expected to be intense overall due to the circumstances of both teams.
After having mixed fortune in the first two matches against the Netherlands and South Africa in the T20 World Cup 2022, Bangladesh are aiming to make a comeback when they take on Zimbabwe tomorrow at The Gabba in Brisbane. The Bangladesh team has already reached Brisbane and is gearing up to take on Zimbabwe, fresh from a one-run win against Pakistan. Read: Sri Lanka vs New Zealand T20 world Cup Live Streaming: Where and How to watch, Playing XI Ahead of Sunday’s clash, Sridharan Sriram, the technical consultant for the Tigers, said Bangladesh need a second win in the T20 World Cup now as that will help them gain confidence in the matches against Pakistan and India. In the first match, Bangladesh won, riding on the wonderful pace-bowling of Taskin Ahmed and Hasan Mahmud. But in the second, Bangladesh suffered in every department of the game and endured a defeat by a margin of 104 runs. That big defeat cast the old cloud over Bangladesh’s capacity in T20Is. But Sridharan said they are not thinking much about what has already happened. “Whether you win massively, lose massively, the next day it’s gone. You wake up, train, travel and play. So nothing changes from our side,” he said today, ahead of the Zimbabwe match. Read: T20 World Cup 2022: Current scenario of Super 12s points table Opening the batting was among the main concerns for Bangladesh ahead of the tournament. But Sridharan said he is happy with what Najmul Hossain Shanto and Soumya Sarkar are doing so far. Sriram also stated that he is no longer concerned about the opening stand. “We are building a side and the confidence of the boys, they know where they stand in world cricket and where they want to go,” he said. “We already have the base of a good team. If we can add a few more skillsets, I think we can build a very good T20 side for the future.” Bangladesh have three matches left in the Super 12 Round of the T20 World Cup 2022 and they need to make a strong comeback against Zimbabwe on Sunday in order to stay firm in the tournament. Read: T20 World Cup: Australia-England match also washed out due to rain
The eighth edition of the Twenty20 format World Cup has heated up as all the teams in both groups are still in the race for a semifinal spot. The tournament’s Super 12 Round has been haunted heavily by the inclement weather as four matches have already been abandoned this round. Let’s take a look at the current scenario of the Super 12s points table of the T20 World Cup 2022. Twenty20 World Cup 2022: Points standing scenarios for Group 1 and Group 2 Prior to the Super 12 Round, three teams from each group were considered favourites to earn a place in the semifinals. But that equation has changed since this round started on October 22. The cricket world has already seen two upsets in each group of Super 12s. Read: T20 World Cup: Australia-England match also washed out due to rain The group stage scenarios have become even more intriguing after Ireland defeated England by 5 runs and Zimbabwe defeated Pakistan by 1 run, making the group stage scenarios even more intriguing. Here are the current scenarios for each group. Group 1 The hot favourites and reigning champions, Australia, started their campaign with a disappointing 89-run loss to New Zealand on October 22. The Aussie side’s massive defeat to the Blackcaps was a shock to many, but it immediately made the competition even more interesting. Five matches have been staged in this group so far, and three matches were abandoned due to rain. The cancellation of the fixtures has had a huge impact on the overall points standings in this group. The matches that have been abandoned so far are Afghanistan vs New Zealand, Afghanistan vs Ireland, and the big contest between Australia and New Zealand were canceled due to inclement weather conditions. Afghanistan are sitting at the bottom of the points table with 2 points without winning a contest. On the other hand, New Zealand, England, Ireland, and Australia all have 3 points each and hold the top four spots based on run rates. New Zealand and Sri Lanka are in a favourable position to move to the semifinals as they have three matches left each. The rest of the teams in Group 1 have two matches left each. Group 1 points standings (as on October 28) Team Match Win Loss N/R Points NRR New Zealand 2 1 0 1 3 4.450 England 3 1 1 1 3 0.239 Ireland 3 1 1 1 3 -1.169 Australia 3 1 1 1 3 -1.555 Sri Lanka 2 1 1 0 2 0.450 Afghanistan 3 0 1 2 2 -0.620 Read: T20 World Cup: Ireland-Afghanistan match abandoned due to rain Group 2 The Group 2’s Super 12 Round started with a big match between arch-rivals India and Pakistan on October 23. The Indian side overcame the nerve-wracking contest by 4 wickets. India remained in the top spot with a comfortable victory over the Netherlands in their second match. Pakistan's campaign, on the other hand, was expected to make a strong comeback after their disappointing loss to India in their opening fixture. However, they conceded a mere 1-run defeat to Zimbabwe in their second encounter and currently are at the second bottom of the Group 2 point standings. South Africa showed a dominating performance against Bangladesh after losing points with Zimbabwe in their opening match. Bangladesh started their campaign with a good victory over the Netherlands, but they were really poor against the Proteas side in their second outing of the competition. All the teams in this group have played two matches each and are still in the race for a place in the semifinals. Group 2 points standings (as on October 28) Team Match Win Loss N/R Points NRR India 2 2 0 0 4 1.425 South Africa 2 1 0 1 3 5.200 Zimbabwe 2 1 0 1 3 0.050 Bangladesh 2 1 1 0 2 -2.375 Pakistan 2 0 2 0 0 -0.050 Netherlands 2 0 2 0 0 -1.625 Read: T20 World Cup: Zimbabwe stun Pakistan by 1 run Bottom Line The host is currently quite concerned since matches have been postponed due to inclement weather. Furthermore, the unexpected rain could hurt the favourite countries at the end of the Super 12s. The present Super 12 Round points table situation makes the T20 World Cup 2022 event even more exciting, which indicates that every country has a chance to proceed to the knockout stage.
On Thursday, South Africa showed Bangladesh the major gap they have with the big opposition when it comes to T20 cricket. The Proteas side thumped the Tigers by a huge 104 runs in their second match of the T20 World Cup 2022. Let’s have a look at the Bangladesh team’s player ratings against the South African side. BAN vs SA 2022: Bangladesh player ratings The confidence level of the Bangladesh team was high after their satisfying victory over the Netherlands in the opening fixture. On the other hand, the South African side was under pressure after losing points against Zimbabwe due to inclement weather. So,it was expected that the Proteas side would come out with a lot of aggression against the Tigers in order to increase their run rates. South African players did exactly what they planned to do against Bangladesh. In contrast, Bangladesh's players choked big time and suffered a huge defeat. Here are the player ratings of the Bangladesh cricketers. Read More: T20 World Cup: South Africa outplay Bangladesh to win Sydney match Najmul Hossain Shanto (2/10)Opener Najmul Hossain Shanto only made 9 runs before losing his wicket to pacer Anrich Nortje in the third over. He played a very bad shot off an incoming delivery by Nortje, which resulted in a clean bowled. Soumya Sarkar (3/10) Soumya smacked two beautiful sixes in the mid-wicket region and showed intent to chase down South Africa’s massive 206 run target. But after making a 26-run stand with Najmul Hossain in 2 overs, Soumya lost his wicket to Anrich Nortje. Litton Das (5/10) Litton Das played a decent 34 off 31 balls knock after coming to the crease in the third over. He stayed at the crease till the 14th over, witnessing the wickets fall of the Bangladesh players. Shakib Al Hasan (4/10)Shakib is yet to fulfill his expectations in the ongoing Twenty20 World Cup. The left-hand all-rounder made 1 run and picked up 2 wickets with the ball at an economy rate of 11. Afif Hossain (3/10) Afif didn’t do much with the bat in this match, scoring only 1 run. But he got the wicket of Quinton de Kock when bowling the 15th over. Mehidy Hasan Miraz (2/10) Yasir Ali was replaced by off-spinning all-rounder Mehidy Hasan Miraz for this match. However, his inclusion proved to be fruitless. Miraz conceded 32 runs in 3 overs and made 11 runs with the bat. Mosaddek Hossain (2/10)Mosaddek played a crucial knock in the last match against the Netherlands. But he didn’t do anything against South Africa. Mosaddek conceded 16 runs in 2 overs and made a duck with the bat. Read More: T20 World Cup 2022: Ireland upset England in rain-hit match Nurul Hasan (2/10)Wicket-keeper Nurul Hasan too had a flop day against South Africa. Nurul contributed only two runs with the bat. Taskin Ahmed (3/10)Pacer Taskin Ahmed started his spell brilliantly, picking the wicket of South Africa captain Temba Bavuma in the first over. But Taskin lost his line and lengths in the second over and eventually finished his spell with 3-0-46-1. Hasan Mahmud (5/10) Hasan Mahmud continued his good showing with the ball in the match against South Africa. The promising young pacer finished his spell with a 4-0-36-1. Mustafizur Rahman (7/10) Mustafizur Rahman was arguably the best Bangladeshi performer against South Africa. The left-arm pacer had the best economy rate among the bowlers despite remaining wicketless. Mustafizur's final tally was 4-0-25-0. Aftermath Bangladesh's 104-run loss against South Africa was their biggest defeat in T20 cricket, making the Shakib-led team even more embarrassing. The bowling unit performed well in Bangladesh's opening T20 World Cup 2022 encounter against the Netherlands, which enabled them to win the match. But against South Africa, the Tigers woefully failed in every area, which had an impact on their players' ratings. Read More: T20 World Cup 2022: Bangladesh player ratings vs Netherlands