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World Cup Warm-up: Bangladesh bowled out on 246

SYDNEY: Bangladesh posted a respectable total of 246 runs on loss of 8 wickets against Pakistan in World Cup warm-up match being played in Sydney.

Bangladesh batting first posted a respectable total of 246 thanks to Tamim Iqbal and Mahmudullah who have pled brilliantly for the side.

Pakistan have the great start as they sent two Bangladeshi batsmen back to the pavilion with just 16 runs on the board. At that time Iqbal scored remarkable 81 while Mohamudullah followed up with 83 when Bangladesh desperately needed a partnership.

Bengal Tigers scored 246 before getting bowled out with a bowl remaining in 50 overs quota.

Mohammad Irfan showed his intensions very clear by picking up five wickets while Yasir Shah picked up 2 wickets for the Green-Shirts. Pakistan required 247 runs to win.

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