Opener Mohammad Naim struck a tremendous half-century to assist Bangladesh set a 154-run goal earlier than bowlers led by star pacer Mustafizur Rahman (4/36) restricted Oman to 127 for 9.
Each Oman and Bangladesh now have one win every, and will probably be vying for the one remaining spot to qualify for the Tremendous 12 stage. Scotland, who beat Papua New Guinea earlier within the day, have already certified from the group.
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Whereas Oman will tackle Scotland, Bangladesh subsequent play Papua New Guinea.
Chasing a difficult goal, Ludhiana-born Jatinder Singh (40 off 33) offered a stable begin for Oman alongside Kashyap Prajapati (21) however the different batters struggled.
Like Oman, Bangladesh had been additionally responsible of dropping catches. However underneath great stress, they held their nerves and because of some astute captaincy by skipper Mahmudullah and the spinners Shakib Al Hasan and Mahedi Hasan they had been capable of make a powerful comeback.
Left-arm pacer Mustafizur Rahman took 4 wickets.
Oman wanted 54 runs within the final 5 overs. However with the boundaries drying up and the required run charge constantly growing, Oman batters turned determined and went for the large pictures, shedding their wickets within the course of.
Shakib, who starred with the bat additionally pitched in with the ball, ending with spectacular figures of three/28 whereas Mahedi Hassan (1/14) and Mohammad Saifuddin (1/16) took a wicket every.
Opting to bat in a should recreation win, Bangladesh, who misplaced their match opener to Scotland, struggled to 29 for the lack of two wickets within the powerplay.
With their backs up towards the wall, Naim, who hit 64 of 51 deliveries, and star all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan (42 off 29) shared an 81-run stand to present their facet the much-needed momentum.
Dropped catches and sloppy fielding solely added to the 2 batters’ growing confidence.
Whereas Fayyaz Butt, who performed U-19 cricket for Pakistan, pulled off a shocking catch of his bowling to do away with Mahedi Hasan for a duck, Oman had been responsible of dropping as many as three catches.
Naim, enjoying his first recreation of the match, hit 4 maximums and three boundaries whereas Shakib’s innings was studded with six fours.
Nonetheless, an excellent piece of fielding that noticed Aqib Ilyas impact Shakib’s run out that noticed the spring return in Oman’s step.
The co-hosts seized the momentum, snaring six wickets whereas freely giving 41 runs within the final 5 overs.
Pacers Fayyaz Butt (3/30), Kaleemullah (2/30) and Bilal Khan (3/18) shared eight wickets whereas left-arm spinner Zeeshan Maqsood (1/17) accounted for one.