Australia chased down the objective in 6.2 overs after Adam Zampa, pacers limited Bangladesh to 73 all-out.
Australia hammered Bangladesh via 8 wickets and 13.4 overs to spare within the Tremendous 12 conflict in Dubai. After Adam Zampa and Australian pacers bundled Bangladesh out for 73 in simply 15 overs, David Warner (18 of 14), Aaron Finch (40 of 20) and Mitchell Marsh (16 of five) noticed Australia house in simply 6.2 overs.
Leg-spinner Adam Zampa returned career-best figures with a five-wicket haul to assist Australia package out Bangladesh for a paltry 73.
Bangladeshi innings fell like area of playing cards as neither the batters may just deal with the Australian pacers nor they negotiated the spinners smartly and have been all out in simply 15 overs after being requested to take first strike.
Rapid bowlers Mitchell Starc (2/21) and Josh Hazlewood (2/8) shared 4 wickets between them whilst Glenn Maxwell (1/6) brushed aside one batter.
Already out of the semifinal race, Bangladesh may just no longer practice themselves even because the ball used to be coming effectively directly to the bat.
Starc equipped the primary wicket as Liton Das (0) dragged one again directly to the stumps whilst Josh Hazlewood removed Soumya Sarkar (5), who additionally performed directly to the stumps.
Maxwell trapped Mushfiqur Rahim (1) whilst Zampa had Afif Hossain (0) stuck within the slip area.
Hazlewood were given his 2nd sufferer in opener Mohammad Naim (17), who used to be stuck via Pat Cummins at sq. leg when the batter miscued a pull shot.
Bangladesh have been suffering at 33 for 5 and wanted skipper Mamudullah and Shamim Hossain to fix the innings.
Mahmudullah (16) discovered two obstacles off Starc whilst Shamim too took at the identical pacer for his first boundary.
Shamim additionally lofted Zampa optimistically for a six over deep sq. leg. He used to be stroking the ball fluently however may just no longer convert his just right get started into a considerable knock.
Zampa had the left-hander stuck at the back of when he attempted to play a lower shot and trapped Mahedi hasan within the subsequent ball to be on a hat-trick. When he returned to bowl, wicket-keeper Matthew Wade dropped a catch to disclaim his colleague the hat-trick milestone.
The skipper too departed quickly with Starc spelling his ouster via having him stuck at the back of, leaving Bangladesh at 65 for 8.
Bangladesh have been now in peril of no longer even competing their 20-over quota and Zampa didn’t allow them to via scalping the remainder two batters.
Bangladesh innings: Mohammad Naim c Cummins b Hazlewood 17, Liton Das b Starc 0 Soumya Sarkar b Hazlewood 5, Mushfiqur Rahim lbw b Maxwell 1, Mahmudullah c Wade b Starc 16, Afif Hossain c Finch b Zampa 0, Shamim Hossain c Wade b Zampa 19, Mahedi Hasan lbw b Zampa 0, Taskin Ahmed no longer out 6, Mustafizur Rahman c Steven Smith b Zampa 4, Shoriful Islam c Finch b Zampa 0; Extras: (lb-1, w-4) 5; General: 73 all out in 15 overs
Fall of wickets: 1-1, 6-2, 10-3, 32-4, 33-5, 62-6, 62-7, 65-8, 73-9
Bowling: Mitchell Starc 4-0-21-2, Josh Hazlewood 2-0-8-2, Glenn Maxwell 2-0-6-1, Pat Cummins 3-0-18-0, Adam Zampa 4-0-19-5.
Australia innings: Aaron Finch b Taskin Ahmed 40, David Warner b Shoriful Islam 18, Mitchell Marsh no longer out 16, Glenn Maxwell no longer out 0
Fall of wickets: 58-1, 67-2
Bowling: Taskin Ahmed 3.2-0-36-2, Mustafizur Rahman 2-0-32-0, Shoriful Islam 1-0-9-1