Bangladesh picked up a comfortable 88-run win over Afghanistan in the second ODI in Chattogram and sealed the three-match series 2-0. In quest of a huge 306, Afghanistan made 218 after half-centuries from Najibullah Zadran and Rahmat Shah. The win, however, was set up by Liton Das’s fifth ODI ton and a 93-ball 86 from senior pro Mushfiqur Rahim. The pair added a record 202 for the third wicket and ensured the bowlers couldn’t quite deal any blows. Even though Bangladesh scored just 34 in the last five overs, both Das and Rahim had already piled up enough runs to nudge the visitors out of the contest.
1⃣0⃣ wins in the #CWCSL has taken Bangladesh to the top of the standings ⬆
A look at the Tigers’ journey to the summit 👇https://t.co/7rulABUJFq
— ICC (@ICC) February 25, 2022