Women's Cricket World Cup Bangladesh won its first World Cup by defeating Pakistan

Women’s Cricket World Cup: Bangladesh won its first World Cup by defeating Pakistan

Bangladesh defeated Pakistan by 9 runs in the Women’s ODI Cricket World Cup in Hamilton, New Zealand. This time Bangladesh women’s cricket team is playing the first ODI World Cup.

Bangladesh women’s cricket team captain Nigar Sultana Jyoti said, “I can’t express in words, this is our first win in the history of the World Cup. We know the Pakistan team very well. We saw two matches on this wicket. Shamima Sultana and Sharmin Akhter scored 36 runs in the opening match.
After the fall of the second wicket, Farzana Haque made a partnership of 96 runs with Pinky. Captain Nigar Sultana Jyoti.

In the end, Bangladesh batted full 50 overs and scored 234 runs.
In the previous match, Bangladesh could not take advantage in bowling against New Zealand. At the beginning of Monday, it seemed the same situation, Pakistani batsmen were in control for most of the match. Pakistan took the first wicket for 91 runs.
After Sidra Amin’s century and captain Bismah Maruf’s 31-run innings, Pakistan’s bowlers collapsed in the Pakistani batting line-up. No one could stay at the crease except Pakistan’s top order. Khatun took three wickets and Rumana Ahmed two.

Women's Cricket World Cup Bangladesh won its first World Cup by defeating Pakistan1

Bangladesh has won three of their last four matches against Pakistan in 50 overs.

However, this is the first victory in World Cup cricket against Pakistan.

The Bangladesh women’s national cricket team has never toured New Zealand to play cricket before.

The pressure of expectation on the Bangladesh women’s team was much less in the first World Cup.

However, many cricket analysts were already hoping for a win against Pakistan.

For example, Sajjad Khan, an analyst who regularly reports on Bangladesh’s women’s cricket team, recently told the BBC that at least Bangladesh should win against Pakistan.

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