Take Mohammedan to Top Spot Bipul, Mushfiqur. Bipul Sharma’s four-wicket pull set up Mohammedan Sporting Club’s six-wicket win against Sheik Jamal Dhanmondi Club in a match abbreviated by downpour in Mirpur. The win affirmed Mohammedan’s place in the Super League, as they completed on top of the focuses table with 14 focuses. Dhanmondi’s trusts of a main six completion finished, in spite of the fact that they kept themselves safe from assignment, completing their crusade with 10 focuses.
A wet pitch postponed the begin by two hours, after which Mohammedan chose to bowl in the 42-overs-a-side amusement.
In the first over, pacer Nazmul Hossain expelled Abdullah Al Mamun with a snorter that was effectively gotten by Naeem Islam, who strolled back a couple ventures from his position at first slip. Mahbubul Karim, who top scored with 29, and Marshall Ayub included 56 for the second wicket before both batsmen fell rapidly.
Nazmus Sadat and commander Mahmudullah included 42 for the fifth wicket, before Zabid Hossain and tail-ender Shafiul Islam included a further 45 for the eighth, in just 6.2 overs, as Dhanmondi completed on 187 for 8.
Bipul took 4 for 24 while Nazmul, Habibur Rahman, Shubashis Roy and Naeem Islam jnr got one each.
Mohammedan likewise lost an early wicket in their answer, when left-arm spinner Abdur Rahman had Ezaz Ahmed gotten and amazed in the second. His opening accomplice Habibur was additionally gotten and played, by Mahmudullah, however Mushfiqur Rahim tied up and included 73 keeps running for the third wicket with Naeem Islam. Both batsmen scored fifties to give Mohammedan a solid base in the pursuit.
From that point, Mushfiqur and Bipul included 70 keeps running for the fourth wicket, the organization taking Mohammedan inside seven keeps running of triumph. Mushfiqur was unbeaten on 66 off 82 balls with seven fours and two sixes. Bipul struck three fours and two sixes in his 25-ball 34. Mahmudullah closed down the season with returns of 3 for 52.
The match between Legends of Rupganj and Brothers Union was canceled early and moved to the store day, Thursday, because of a “wet pitch,” as per the Cricket Committee of Dhaka Metropolis, the BCB standing advisory group that runs the DPL.