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Abahani's victory over Saifuddin's excellent bowling

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The Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League's Super League has started today. In the Super League match, the current champion Abahani Limited and Prime Doleshwar Sporting Club were confronted. The champions have lost a little bit of clutter at the end of the first round. But Dhanmondi team started the Super League with a 'super'. Today, Mosaddek Hossain's team has blown up Doleshwar by 165 runs at the Sher-e-Bangla stadium. All-rounder Mohammad Saifuddin, the hero of the team won the match.

Dosheshwar's scorecard has to be seen. The team went down to play with a target of 252 runs, with only 86 runs. Opener Saikat Ali was one run, but another opener Imran was dismissed before opening the score. In the first five batsmen, Farhad Hossain (11) and Saif Hasan Ali (13) were able to reach only two decimal places. The national team's bowling allrounder Mohammad Saifuddin has been dismissed by the first five batsmen in a spell of spell. Farhad Razor's team lost the first five wickets of 34 runs in 10.5 overs in the right-hand pacer.

Before the 50-team score was complete, Soumya returned to the pavilion as the sixth batsman in the government, Taibur Rahman. Daleeshwar was bowled out for 86 runs in 29.4 overs. Mahmudul Hasan was unbeaten on 27 runs. The team, who finished fourth in the first round, started the Super League with a huge loss of 165 runs. Saeed Uddin's bowling figures stood at 6-29-5.

Earlier, Abahani were all out for 251 runs in the one over due to losing the toss. In the fifth over of the innings, Soumya Sarker was dismissed as the third batsman to score 12 runs. Najmul Hossain Shanto, then a 146-run partnership with former Indian opener Wasim Jaffer Wasim Jaffer scored 71 runs in the match and got out with 70 runs. After that, Mohammad Mithun's 41 and Mashrafe Bin Mortaza got the highest amount of 24 runs in the prestigious capital Abahani got the honorable capital.
                

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