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01 Oct 2016   11:16:13 PM   Saturday BdST A- A A+ Print this E-mail this

Tigers triumph over tourist Afghans in ODI series


Host tigers trounced tourist Afghans in the third of three matches to lift Dhaka ODI series Saturday.

It`s Tamim Iqbal who took the final fight to a hill-tall high with his ton-plus tally, as the Bangladesh team beat the Afghanistan squad by 141 runs to book their hundredth one-day international (ODI) win.

He became man of the match and man of the series both to be adorned with double crown.

Transcending a persisting ambience of political divisions distrust, the game of glory unified the nation to rejoice in the victory`s and hail the victors. Leaders of all the political parties congratulated the players on their memorable win.

The series win, apart from reaffirming Bangladesh`s ranking as seventh in the cricket world, came as a morale-booster for the team ahead of their England series on the home ground.The Britons are already in town, putting behind security concerns stoked up by recent militant strikes at places.

The English cricketers are enjoying state-level security on their tour for ODI and  test series.

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