BANGLADESH STAY ALIVE
The Times of India Mumbai|October 20, 2021
Bangladesh kept their hopes of advancing to Super 12s stage alive with a nervy 26-run win over cohosts Oman in their Group B match of the T20 World Cup here on Tuesday.

Al Amerat:

Opener Mohammad Naim struck a fine half-century to help Bangladesh set a 154-run target before bowlers led by star pacer Mustafizur Rahman (4/36) restricted Oman to 127 for 9.

Both Oman and Bangladesh now have one win each, and will be vying for the only remaining spot to qualify for the Super 12 stage. Scotland, who beat Papua New Guinea earlier in the day, have already qualified from the group.

While Oman will take on Scotland, Bangladesh next play Papua New Guinea.

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