A keen bowling performance helped Bangladesh defeat Australia by 60 runs in the fifth and final T20I at the Shere Bangla Nationwide Stadium in Dhaka on Monday.
With this purchase, Bangladesh won the five-match sequence 4-1. Earlier, Australia had lost the T20I sequence in opposition to West Indies by the identical margin.
Chasing 123, Australia got off to a execrable birth up as they lost five wickets with gorgeous 53 runs on the board. Daniel Christian (3), Matthew Wade (22), Mitchell Marsh (4), Ben McDermott (17), and Alex Carey (3) all failed to head away a mark with the bat.
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No Australian batsmen were ready to camouflage war and the company were bundled out for 62 inside of 14 overs.
Earlier, Nathan Ellis and Dan Christian scalped two wickets each and each as Australia restricted Bangladesh to 122/8 in the distributed twenty overs. Naim prime-scored for the hosts as he conducted a knock of 23 runs with the support of one four and one six.
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No Bangladesh batter changed into once ready to preserve at the crease for a essentially long time and this resulted in the hosts being reduced to a beneath-par rep.
Transient Scores: Bangladesh 122/8 (Naim 23, Mahmudullah 19, Nathan Ellis 2-16); Australia 62 all out (Matthew Wade 22, Ben McDermott 17, Shakib Al Hasan 4-9).