Ireland were thumped out of the World T20, after industrious downpour brought about another washout against Bangladesh in Dharamsala. Play was canceled at 10:20pm nearby time, after downpour had halted the amusement after eight overs in the Bangladesh innings.
This outcome implies the Bangladesh-Oman experience on Saturday will choose who experiences from Group A, with both groups on three focuses each while Netherlands and Ireland are on one point each.
The match was dependably helpless before the climate after downpour constrained the Oman-Netherlands amusement prior toward the evening to be deserted. Downpour had ceased at around 7:30pm and permitted the match to begin at 9:45pm, however it yielded for 60 minutes.
Bangladesh’s innings began as it did against Netherlands, with a dropped catch of Soumya Sarkar in the first over. This time it was Andy McBrine who spilled the chance at profound midwicket. McBrine additionally surrendered four ousts in the following over before Tamim Iqbal took to the Ireland bowlers with strong hits.
In the same over, he strolled crosswise over to the off side to swing Boyd Rankin for a whipped six over fine leg before hitting him down the ground for four to get 16 keeps running from the over. Bangladesh were rapidly up and running.
Tim Murtagh was additionally hit for a six over mid-off, and four through the spreads in the following over. Sarkar then struck three fours off Kevin O’Brien, an over that went for 19, the second was dropped by Rankin at mid-off. The third limit was a scoop which finished Bangladesh’s initial fifty or more opening stand in two years.
Tamim invited McBrine into the knocking down some pins assault with a straight impact for six preceding the offspinner had Sarkar befuddled for 20 off 13 balls. Bangladesh were 63 for 1 in five overs before George Dockrell, who supplanted Craig Young, was opposite cleared for four off his first ball. Tamim survived a confusing chance off the following conveyance before Sabbir Rahman hammered McBrine for a straight six in the following over.
Tamim struck his fourth six in the eight over and three balls later was gotten by the Ireland commander William Porterfield at short midwicket, having made 47 off 26 balls with three fours and four sixes.
Downpour, joined by lightning, interfered with play again as Tamim walked off, denying Ireland of a shot to make up for themselves.