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Bangladesh U-19 warm up well

Indias run feast against Canada
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Bangladesh U-19 warm up well
Indian captain Ishan Kishan (R ) and Rickey Bhui, who cracked a century each, pose for a photograph after beating Canada by a massive 371 runs in an ICC Under-19 World Cup warm-up match at BKSP-4 ground yesterday. ICC PHOTO

Bangladesh Under-19 cricket team got of to a solid start when they trounced the visiting Zimbabwe by 63 runs in their first warm-up match ahead of the ICC U-19 World Cup at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong yesterday.

William Mashinge’s five-wicket haul could not halt the progress of Bangladesh, who piled up 284-9 in 50 overs thanks to Nazmul Hossain’s century. In its pursuit, Zimbabwe managed to muster 221-7 in the stipulated 50 overs.
Bangladesh lost their opener Saif Hasan cheaply opting to bat first after winning the toss. Together with Joyraj Sheik Emon (26), opener Pinak Ghosh hit a 62-run for the second wicket stand. Ghosh fell seven runs short of his half cenutry. 
But when the pair sent back in the space of 19 runs, the home side fell into trouble while they were stuttering at 90-3.
At this stage, Nazmul Hossain shared an invaluable 80-run with skipper Mehidy Hasan Miraz (33) for the fourth wicket, which crossed the 150-run mark. Hossain smashed 102 off 103 with five fours and one six before being dismissed. Later, Jakir Hasan and Saeed Sarker struck 20 each.
Fast bowler William Mashinge was the most successful bowler for Zimbabwe, who scalped five wickets for 67. 
  Chasing the target of 285, Zimbabwe managed to score 221-7 with Ryan Murray making 123 not out. Wicketkeeper-batsman Murrary clattered nine fours and three sixes in his 123-run unbeaten knock. Akshay Patel made the second highest 32. 
A total of eight bowlers bowled for the junior Tigers. Of them, Abdul Halim claimed two wickets for 45. 
On the other hand, India led a run feast when three-time champions flexed their batting firepower against Canada and crushed them by comprehensive 371 runs at BKSP-4 
India piled up a mammoth 483-5 against Canada courtesy of Ishan Kishan (138) and Rickey Bhui (115), after which Canada folded up for just 113 in 31.1 overs.  Before both the batsmen retired to give other batsmen an outing, skipper Kishan clouted 86-ball 138 (4x16, 6x7) and Bhui cracked 115 off 71. Leg-spinner Mahipal Lomror claimed three wickets for 19 runs.
Elsewhere, Pakistan thrashed Nepal by 110 runs at BKSP-1. Two-time champion scored 291-7 with opener Zeeshan Malik making 83 and Umair Masood chipping in with 59. Thereafter, Nepal replied with 181-9. Sameen Gul, Shadab Khan and Arsal Sheikh took two wickets apiece.

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