Pakistan needed three runs in the last over, One wicket for Bangladesh. When Bangladesh could take the last wicket, By that time, Pakistan had reached parity in the match. As a result, the match went to Super Over. Pakistan batted first and gave Bangladesh a target of 8 runs. Captain Niger Sultana Jyoti won the last ball of the target given by Pakistan. Three match tee–Bangladesh started the ODI series by winning the Twenty20 series. But Bangladesh lost the first match due to batting failure. Yesterday, Bangladesh scored 169 runs in the second match of the series. Playing for this goal, Pakistan was on the verge of victory. But if Fahima failed to get the required 3 runs in the last over, the match went into super over. Batting first in the super over, Pakistan scored 7 runs off Nahida. Despite losing 1 wicket in reply, Bangladesh got their seventh win against Pakistan with two fours from Sobhana Mostari and Niger. Bangladesh won the seventh ODI against Pakistan at Mirpur Sher Bangla Stadium. Earlier, the two openers Sadaf Shamas and Sidra Amin made a pair of 41 runs after batting with the target of 170 runs. Sidra was returned for 22 runs by leg spinner Fahima Khatun. Pakistan’s key batsman Bismah Maruf added another run to the scoreboard (0) Rabeya Khan returned to Sajghar, Nigger caught. After that, Sadaf tried to form a big pair with Alia Riaz but failed. Nishita Akhtar’s Nishi made him caught by Rabeya Khan for 29 runs. Still, Pakistan was on the way to victory with the opportunity to spoil the Bangladesh fielders. But the run out of three Pakistani batsmen in the late order knocked them out of the match. Bangladesh restricted Pakistan to 169 runs when the last batsman Nashra Sandhu was run out with one ball left of the innings. For Bangladesh, Rabeya took the maximum three wickets for 29 runs. Besides Marufa, Nahida, Nishita and Fahima took one wicket each. After winning the toss and batting in Mirpur, Bangladesh made a slow start but broke the opening pair by 21 runs. Murshida Khatun (12) After getting out, Sobahana tried to settle down but got out for 16 runs. For the third wicket, captain Nigar made a partnership of 49 runs with Farazana Haque. Farzana got out after scoring a personal 40 runs. Captain Nigar took control of Bangladesh with the bat. Bangladesh made a challenging score in its highest innings of 54 runs despite not getting proper support from others. After a 99-ball half-century, Nigger returned to the pavilion as the last batsman with one ball remaining in the innings. The captain of Bangladesh became the man of the match with three dismissals and the best run of the innings. Sadia Iqbal and Sandhu took maximum 2 wickets each for Pakistan. Diana Baig took 1 wicket each, Nida Dar and Umm Hani. 1 in the series with this win–1. The girls of Bangladesh returned equality.
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