Of course, Australia won the series by 4-1, but this statistic also harms Bangladesh.

The fifth and final match of the T20 series between Bangladesh and Australia proved to be a record match as many big personalities were made in the match. First, let’s talk about Bangladesh star all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan. He made the Kangaroo team worse in their spin, and embarrassed Australia by 4 wickets. At this time, Shakib has taken 100 wickets in T20 cricket. In addition, Australia have scored their lowest total in the last 144 years, with an all out score of 62. In these records, Australia and Bangladesh have a record they want to forget and that is the run rate.

What happened to the Australian team that hadn’t happened in 144 years, the fans had a lot of fun

Thus, if a T20 series is played between any country, it definitely has big scores. But here it is the opposite. This T20 series between Bangladesh and Australia saw much lower scoring matches. This was also the last game of the T20 series. In addition, it was the first bilateral T20 series in which more than 100 overs were thrown and both teams’ run rate was less than six runs per over.

The Kangaroo team was embarrassed against Bangladesh, mocking Michael Wan

The spinners dominated the match. First, let’s talk about Bangladesh’s innings, Australia gave the ball to spinners from the first over. Four spinners bowled for the Kangaroo team, with three spinners taking one wicket each. These include the names of Ashton Turner, Ashton Egger and Adam Jampa. Subsequently, when it came to Australia’s batting, Shakib and Nasum Ahmed gave the team a memorable victory.

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