Bangladesh vs Afghanistan, BAN vs AFG 3rd T20I, Bangladesh Tri-Series 2019 LIVE streaming: Afghanistan beat Bangladesh by 25 runs

Over 19.5: WICKET! Afghanistan have beaten Bangladesh by 25 runs and will maintain their top position in the points table. Mustafizur Rahman was providing some belated entertainment with two fours and a six off Fareed Malik before being caught for 15. Bangladesh 139-all out chasing 165.

Scorecard | Summary

Over 18.3: WICKET! Rashid Khan doesn’t want this to go into the last over. He wants to finish it in his over. Mosaddek Hossain undone by a wrong’un to be bowled for 12. Score 124/9, chasing 165

Over 18.1: WICKET! Finally a wicket for the skipper. Rashid Khan takes a good catch off his own bowling to remove Saifuddin on 2. Score 124/8, chasing 165

Over 17.1: WICKET! Gulbadin Naib gets his second wicket and Bangladesh have lost seven wickets now. Afif Hossain fails to put away a slower one to be caught by Najibullah on 16. Score 115/7, chasing 165

Over 15.3: HUNDRED up for Bangladesh. They still need 65 more to win this contest.

08Over 14.3: WICKET! Another one bites the dust as Mujeeb claims his fourth victim in Sabbir Rahman – caught by Gulbadin Naib – for 24. Score 95/6, chasing 165

Over 13.3: WICKET! The threatening partnership has been broken. And it’s Gulbadin Naib who has made the breakthrough for Afghanistan by having Mahmudullah caught for 44 off 39. Score 90/5, chasing 165

Over 11: Just the kind of over Bangladesh needed at the moment – Karim Janat leaks 15 runs from his third over. Is this the over that shifts momentum? Score 74/4, chasing 165

Over 10: After 10 overs, Bangladesh are 59/4, they need 106 runs to win from 60 balls now.

Over 8.3: FIFTY up for Bangladesh. Will their innings follow a similar trajectory to that of Afghanistan’s? So far that’s been the case.

Over 4.6: WICKET! Bangladesh are slipping here as Soumya Sarkar is out for a golden duck! Mujeeb has three wickets in three overs now. Score 32/4, chasing 165

Over 4.2: WICKET! Big wicket for Afghanistan as Mujeeb has Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan caught by Rashid on 15. Score 31/3, chasing 165

Over 1.5: WICKET! Bangladesh have also lost their openers cheaply! Rahim tries to be cheeky and pays the price for it. The off stump is disturbed and Fareed lets out a big roar in delight. A length ball landing around off, Rahim shuffles across the stumps to attempt for a paddle scoop but fails to middle his shot. It probably takes some part of his pads before going onto the stumps. 154 runs needed in 109 balls! Score 11/2

Over 0.2: WICKET! Like Afghanistan, Bangladesh have also lost a wicket in the very first over. Early blow to Bangladesh and the crowd has gone quiet. A knuckle ball by Mujeeb around off, it lands full and straightens a bit. Das expects it to come into him and hence opts for a shot across the line over the leg side. But it catches the leading half of his bat and goes up in the air. Najeeb Tarakai is under that catch at covers. Score 0/1

Bangladesh openers Liton Das and Mushfiqur Rahim are out in the middle

Over 20: A superb innings from Mohammad Nabi whose scored an unbeaten 85 from 54 with three fours and seven sixes to help Afghanistan post 164/6. Saifuddin took 4/33 from four overs for Bangladesh

Over 17.2: FIFTY for allrounder Mohammad Nabi – reaches the milestone with a six.

Over 16.5: WICKET! Saifuddin was four wickets now and this time he has bowled Gulbadin Naib for a two-ball duck. Score 121/6

Over 16.2: WICKET! Saifuddin returns for his second spell and immediately strikes to remove well-set Asghar Afghan who has been caught for 39 off 37. Score 119/5

Over 14.2: HUNDRED up for Afghanistan – Asghar Afghan brings up the three figures for his team with a six off Taijul Islam.

Over 12: The Afghan batsmen have stepped on the gas pedal as the scoring rate has gone up in the last three overs from which they have taken 31 runs. Score 83/4

Over 10: At the halfway stage, Afghanistan have made 60/4. What score will they end up with?

Over 8.2: FIFTY up for Afghanistan

Over 5.5: WICKET! Shakib Al Hasan gets rid of Najibullah Zadran. Afghanistan lose their fourth wicket inside the Powerplay. Zadran holes out at long-off on 5. Score 40/4

Over 2.6: WICKET! Mohammad Saifuddin removes Najeeb Tarakai. Wicket number 3 goes down! Tarakai hits a biggie and falls on the next ball attempting almost a similar shot. Saifuddin serves a shortish ball on off and Najeeb goes back to power his pull shot over the fence. But he fails to pack it with enough power and Sabbir takes a simple catch at deep square leg. Score 19/3

Over 1.4: WICKET! Both Afghan openers back in the dug-out. Shakib bowls a flighted full ball on middle, Zazai kneels to slog it across the line but fails to middle his shot properly. It skies up in the air and Liton at deep mid-wicket catches it with his fingers pointing up. Sorry start for Afghanistan as both their openers are dismissed cheaply. Score 10/2

Over 0.1: WICKET! Mohammad Saifuddin to Rahmanullah Gurbaz. out, OUT! Off stump goes for an early walk! What a splendid delivery first up by Saifuddin. He hurls in a length ball in the line of the stumps and gets it to nip away a shade. Gurbaz is on the back foot attempting to work it around but is beaten by the movement. The off stump goes cartwheeling and the Bangla crowd lets out a big roar. Perfect start! Score 0/1

Playing XIs

Bangladesh: Liton Das, Soumya Sarkar, Shakib Al Hasan (captain), Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), Mahmudullah, Sabbir Rahman, Mosaddek Hossain, Afif Hossain, Mohammad Saifuddin, Taijul Islam, Mustafizur Rahman

Afghanistan: Hazratullah Zazai, Rahmanullah Gurbaz (wk), Najeeb Tarakai, Najibullah Zadran, Asghar Afghan, Mohammad Nabi, Gulbadin Naib, Rashid Khan (captain), Karim Janat, Fareed Malik, Mujeeb Ur Rahman

TOSS: Afghanistan have won the toss and have elected to bat first

Match 2 review

Najibullah Zadran hit a blistering half-century as Afghanistan beat Zimbabwe by 28 runs in their first match of the Tri-Nation Twenty20 international tournament in Dhaka on Saturday.

Zadran smashed an unbeaten 69 off 30 balls, with five fours and six sixes guiding Afghanistan to 197-5 before their bowlers restricted Zimbabwe to 169-7 to equal their own record of 11 consecutive wins in Twenty20 internationals.

Debutant Rahmanullah Gurbaz made 43 off 24 balls and shared 57 runs in the opening stand with Hazratullah Zazai (13) after Zimbabwe captain Hamilton Masakadza won the toss and elected to bowl first.

With their superior net-run rate, Afghanistan are currently sitting at the top of the points table with four points ahead of hosts Bangladesh who has also four points. Zimbabwe are third after losing both their matches.

Below are the details of how you can watch & follow it live

What: Bangladesh vs Afghanistan, 3rd T20I

When: September 15 (Sunday)

Venue: Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka

Time: 6:00 pm IST

On TV: Star Sports Network

Live streaming: Hotstar


Bangladesh: Liton Das, Soumya Sarkar, Shakib Al Hasan(c), Mushfiqur Rahim(w), Mahmudullah, Sabbir Rahman, Mosaddek Hossain, Afif Hossain, Mohammad Saifuddin, Taijul Islam, Mustafizur Rahman, Mahedi Hasan, Yeasin Arafat

Afghanistan: Hazratullah Zazai, Najeeb Tarakai, Asghar Afghan, Mohammad Nabi, Najibullah Zadran, Gulbadin Naib, Shafiqullah Shafiq (wk), Sharafuddin Ashraf, Rashid Khan (captain), Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Dawlat Zadran, Karim Janat, Fareed Malik, Fazal Niazai, Shahidullah Kamal, Naveen-ul-Haq, Rahmanullah Gurbaz