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Bangladesh U16 bowled out for 292 against Pakistan U16

Bangladesh U16 bowled out for 292 against Pakistan U16

LAHORE, May 06 (APP):Bangladesh U16 were bowled out for 292 runs
in their first innings on the opening day of the second three-day
match against Pakistan U16 in Khulna,Bangladesh on Monday.
Pakistan captain Umer Eman won the toss and opted to field first. Bangladesh captain Rihad Khan scored 136 runs (120 balls 15 fours and
five sixes) to lead his team to their total, said the information
made available here by the Pakistan Cricket Board.
Mofizul Islam Robin scored 53 off 116 balls with the help of five
fours and two sixes. Maksudar Rahman scored 31 off 78 balls with three fours. Right-arm medium pace bowler Aseer Mughal was the most successful Pakistan bowler of the day, Aseer took four wickets in 15 overs conceding
a mere 38 runs.
Left-arm spinner Ali Asfand took three wickets for 50 runs in 17.5 overs. Right-arm medium pace bowler Khalid Khan who took a five-for in
the first innings of the first three-day match in Fatullah took two
wickets for 48 runs.
In reply, Pakistan ended the first-day at 20 for two. Muhammad
Shehzad (8) and Muhammad Waqas (9) were the two batsmen dismissed
before stumps were drawn for the day.

Scores in brief:
Bangladesh U16 (first innings) 292 all out, 73.5 overs (Rihad Khan 136 not out, Mofizul Islam Robin 53, Maksudur Rahman 31; Aseer Mughal 4-38, Ali Asfand 3-50)
Pakistan U16 (first innings) 20-2, 8 overs

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