PAK vs BAN: Pakistan has a huge advantage in the points table of Round-4, Bangladesh’s condition is poor

Asia Cup Points Table: Pakistan and Bangladesh teams were face to face in the first match of the Asia Cup Super-4 round on Wednesday. In this match, the Pakistani team captained by Babar Azam easily defeated Bangladesh. The Bangladeshi team led by Shakib Al Hasan had to face a crushing defeat by 7 wickets. At the same time, Pakistan’s team has gained a lot in the net run rate. Actually, Pakistan achieved the target for 3 wickets in just 39.3 overs. Shakib Al Hasan’s team has suffered a huge loss in net run rate after the crushing defeat.

Pakistan has a huge advantage, then the road becomes difficult for Bangladesh…

Pakistan’s net run rate is +1.051 after the spectacular win against Bangladesh. In this way, Babar Azam’s team has occupied the top in the points table. At the same time, the net run rate of Bangladesh team is -1.051. In this way, Bangladesh team may have to bear the loss of poor net run rate despite winning the upcoming matches. The second match of Asia Cup Super-4 is to be played between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Bangladesh and Sri Lanka team will be played in Colombo on 9th September. At the same time, the Indian team will play the first match of its Super-4 round against Pakistan. The match between India and Pakistan will be played in Colombo on 10 September.

The Pakistan-Bangladesh match was like this…

Talking about the Pakistan-Bangladesh match, Babar Azam’s team had a target of 194 runs to win. Pakistani team won the match by scoring 194 runs for 3 wickets in 39.3 overs thanks to the brilliant innings of opener Imam-ul-Haq and wicket-keeper batsman Mohammad Rizwan. Pakistan’s fast bowler Haris Rauf was chosen as the player of the match. Haris Rauf dismissed 4 Bangladeshi players.

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