The Kangaroo team was embarrassed against Bangladesh, mocking Michael Wan

In Australia, such was the case on the evening of August 9, which they wanted to forget as soon as possible. On Monday, Bangladesh tied the Australian bundle on their home ground and decorated it with star players, for just 62 runs. This is their lowest score in T20 cricket. The bowling of star all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan and Mohammad Saifuddin did not let the kangaroo team achieve an easy target of 123 runs. On this disappointing performance by Australia, former England captain Michael van Kangaroo took the opportunity to mock the team and they did too. He tweeted for this.

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He tweeted on his Twitter account, ‘Australia all out for 62, drink beer’. Immediately after Bangladesh won the match, Bangladesh won the T20 series against Australia 4-1. Surprisingly, Bangladesh have never won a T20 match against Australia, but have won four, not one, or two in this series.

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Batting during an innings in Bangladesh is not easy. Thanks to opener Mohammed Naeem’s 23-run high, the team scored 122 runs on the scoreboard. Nathan Ellis and Dan Christian took 2-2 for Australia. The 123-run target for Kangaroo proved to be a mountain and the team were all out for 62 in 13.4 overs, which is their lowest score in T20 cricket. In addition, Australia have broken the previous record for the lowest number of overs in international cricket. Shakib 4, Saifuddin 3 and Nasum Ahmed 2 for Bangladesh.

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