Aussies lose three in three overs

    Nasum Ahmed celebrates a wicket. Photo: Firoz Ahmed

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    Nasum Ahmed celebrates a wicket. Photo: Firoz Ahmed

    The Tigers were playing a game as Australia lost three top-flight players in the first three overs in Bangladesh’s 131 chase for 7 in the first T20I as Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium today.

    Bangladesh got off to a great start when Mehedi Hasan threw Alex Carey for a duck in the first yin tradition with a tradition that slipped in. The winner played for the turn, but was caught by the youngster.

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    Nasum Ahmed was shot at six in the second, but then Josh Philip decided to go down to the track only to find the ball spin abruptly and Nurul Hassan fell.

    Bangladesh then brought Shakib on the attack and paid immediate dividends as the Tigers ace ousted the experienced Moises Henriques with his first surrender. It was obvious that the slow nature of the wicket did not prevent the threads from making a good purchase from it. Mitchell Marsh and Matthew Wade then took Australia to 28 for 3 as Powerplay ended.

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