The match transformed into a virtual quarter-last after the Netherlands staggered South Africa in the initial match of the day, an outcome which put India into the semis. New Zealand and England qualified from Group 1.

Shadab Khan As Hero For Pakistan:

Najmul Hossain Shanto benefited from a respite when the normally protected Shadab Khan dropped the left-given batsman on 11 at short extra. The opener proceeded to finish off score with 54 for Bangladesh. Shadab struck two times on progressive balls, with Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan given out lbw. He inspected the choice and it showed up from replays that the ball touched the bat before it hit the cushion.


Man of the match Afridi, who missed the Asia Cup because of injury, said: 

"I have moved along. It was difficult to return from injury … however I'm making an honest effort. Collectively, we are exceptionally blissful. We've played perfect. Bowl in the right regions and quick was the arrangement."

Pakistan returned from the initial match rout against India and a shock misfortune to Zimbabwe - both off the last balls - to outflank South Africa last week. They had a spring in their step after the shock South Africa misfortune prior on Sunday and Afridi struck right on time as the left-arm speedy sent back Litton Das for 10 following Bangladesh's choice to bat first at the Adelaide Oval.

However, the third umpire maintained the on-field call as Shakib looked dazed, waved his hands and didn't have any desire to stroll off. Shakib's wicket appeared to influence the Bangladesh players, who out of nowhere looked upset and dealt with a less than impressive complete in spite of an unbeaten 24 from Afif.

In answer, Mohammad Rizwan, who made 32 after he endure a dropped get on nothing, and Babar Azam, who scored 25, put on an initial stand of 57 however Pakistan appeared to become lost in the center. Rizwan tumbled to quick bowler Ebadot Hossain in the following over as Bangladesh hoped to retaliate and had Mohammad Nawaz abandon four.

In any case, Mohammad Haris made 31 and put on organizations including a 29-run stand with Shan Masood, unbeaten on 24, to direct Pakistan into the semi-finals.

Suryakumar Yadav crushed a 23-ball 50 years as India finished off Gathering 2 with a predominant 71-run prevail upon Zimbabwe in the T20 World Cup on Sunday. Yadav scored 61 not out off only 25 balls as India got done with 186-5 out of 20 overs. In answer, Zimbabwe was bowled out for 115 in 17.2 overs, with Ravichandran Ashwin returning figures of 3-22. Hardik Pandya (2-16) and Mohammed Shami (2-14) shared four wickets. With the very 12 phase finished, India completed as Group 2 victors to set up an elimination round conflict with England in Adelaide on Thursday.

Prior on Sunday, South Africa crashed out of the competition following a staggering misfortune to the Netherlands in Adelaide, permitting Pakistan to slip into the elimination rounds. Pakistan beat Bangladesh by five wickets, likewise at the Adelaide Oval.

New Zealand will take on Pakistan in the main elimination round at Sydney on Wednesday. At the MCG, India had won the throw and picked to bat first. Rohit Sharma's unfortunate run of structure proceeded and he was out for 15.

Lokesh Rahul scored a second successive 50 years as he and Virat Kohli (26) put on 60 off 48 balls for the subsequent wicket. Rahul scored 51 off 35 balls, including three fours and three sixes. India then, at that point, became lost in the center overs, losing three wickets for 14 runs. Rahul, Kohli and Rishabh Gasp (3) were completely excused in about 10 conveyances, as India arrived at 101-4 in 13.3 overs.

Ryan Burl hit five fours and a six to score 35 off 22 balls. Ashwin then, at that point, struck late to get three wickets in 10 balls to assist with polishing off the match.

Prior, Shaheen Afridi had delivered an enlivened spell of quick bowling to limit Bangladesh to 127-8 against Bangladesh. Then, star opening batsmen Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan consolidated for a 57-run organization — their most elevated of the competition — to set up Pakistan's third win of the Very 12 phase and prepare for a 6th T20 World Cup elimination round appearance in eight releases of the competition.

This was after South Africa staggered to 145-8 in answer to the Netherland's 159-run target, and skilled Pakistan the elimination round shot. Colin Ackermann top-scored with an unbeaten 41 from 26 balls for the Dutch who arrived at 158-4.

"It's another experience, one more huge bombshell from the Netherlands at a World Cup. I'm only stirred up for the young men, the group and the allies back home," Netherlands chief Scott Edwards said.

New Zealand and England qualified as the Semi finalist in Group 1. Pakistan and India qualified as the Semi finalist in Group 2. The Finals is booked for Sunday Nov. 13 at the MCG.

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