New Delhi: ODI cricket is back once again. The first ODI played between Bangladesh-England on Wednesday ended on an exciting turn. Batting first, the Bangladesh team was dismissed for just 209 runs at home. After this, chasing a small target, the English team lost their sweat. Bangladesh’s bowlers bundled out England’s 7 batsmen for just 161 runs, but David Malan, the team’s biggest warrior, stood firm despite wickets falling from one end. Finally, he returned after scoring a brilliant century in difficult times to win his team by 3 wickets.
Malan hit a brilliant century
Malan continued his brilliant batting after wickets fell one after the other from the other end. After the fall of wickets, it seemed that Bangladesh would take this match out, but Malan’s brilliant innings ruined Bangladesh’s plans. He scored a brilliant century in 134 balls.
The special thing is that Malan completed his century in a different way. At a time when good batsmen fall prey to nervous nineties, Malan completed his century by hitting a four. He scored a century in the 46th over with a four off Taskin Ahmed. He hit 6 fours-4 sixes for this brilliant century. Malan stole the show by batting brilliantly in difficult times. This was the fourth ODI century of Malan’s career. He scored an unbeaten 114 in this match. Malan played 145 balls and hit a total of 8 fours-4 sixes.
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Dawid Malan gets his fourth ODI century 🤩
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Taijul Islam bowled brilliantly
Earlier, England batsmen Jason Roy 4, Phil Salt 12, James Vince 6, Captain Jos Buttler 9, Will Jakes 26, Moeen Ali 14 and Chris Woakes were dismissed for 7 runs. Taijul Islam bowled brilliantly for Bangladesh, taking 3 wickets for 54 runs in 10 overs. Mehdi Hasan took 2 wickets for 35 runs in 10 overs.
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