Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal’s Pakhtoons continued their winning streak in the T10 League as they defeated Bengal Tigers by six wickets in Sharjah Saturday.
Asked to bat first, the Tigers posted 126 runs for the loss of two wickets in their stipulated 10 overs, South African batsman David Miller top-scoring for his side with a 26-ball 68, featuring three fours and seven sixes.
In reply, Pakhtoons reached their target in the final delivery of the match.
Opener Ahmed Shehzad scored the highest 17-ball 38, including five boundaries and a couple of over boundaries, for his side.
After putting in a man of the match performance against Team Sri Lanka Friday, Tamim disappointed with the bat as he made eight off 10 balls before being dismissed. The southpaw struck a
four in his innings.
127/4 (Shehzad 38, Tamim 8) beat Bengal Tigers
126/2 (Miller 68*, Charles 28) by six wickets