Bangladesh Second Division 50-Over Match Latest News and Updates; 48 sixes, 70 fours in Bangladesh run-fest | The 50-over second division match took 48 sixes and 70 fours, making 818 runs in the match. - Online Betting Guides
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Bangladesh Second Division 50-Over Match Latest News and Updates; 48 sixes, 70 fours in Bangladesh run-fest | The 50-over second division match took 48 sixes and 70 fours, making 818 runs in the match.

In the match, North Bengal scored 432 runs for 4 wickets in 50 overs.
In reply, Talent Hunt's team could score 386 runs for 7 wickets.

Dainik BhaskarJan 28, 2020, 04:17 PM IST Sports Desk. In Bangladesh in a 50-over second division match, the two teams combined to hit 48 sixes and 70 fours. A total of 818 runs were scored in the match. The match between the North Bengal Cricket Academy and the Talent Hunt Cricket Academy was played at the City Club Ground in Dhaka on Monday. In this match, North Bengal scored 432 runs for 4 wickets in 50 overs. Talent Hunt's team, chasing the target, could score 386 runs for 7 wickets.

The players of North Bengal hit 27 sixes. At the same time, Talent Hunt batsmen hit 21 sixes. Syed Ali Asaf, the organizer of club cricket, said, "It is very unusual. I have known domestic cricket in Dhaka for many years, but I have never seen that."

3 years later, Bangladesh scored 92 off 4 balls in a match; The home matches in Thebaland sometimes give unusual results. Allegations of match fixing are common there. In 2017 one case a bowler was banned for giving 92 runs in the very first over in a match. It was alleged that the bowler did this intentionally to lose a match. His team later accused the umpire of bias and protested.

In that league match, Lalmatia's bowler had given 13 wides and three no-balls in the first over. With this, Shyom's team won the match by scoring 92 runs on four balls. Earlier, Lalmatia's team scored 88 runs in 14 overs.

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