Bangladesh aims to clinch another T20I series win against Ireland in the second match of the three-game series at Chattogram’s Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium on Wednesday, March 29. In the previous game, which was disrupted by rain, Bangladesh secured a 22-run victory through the DLS method, thanks to Pacer Taskin Ahmed’s impressive four-wicket haul.
While reflecting on the win, Ahmed said that the team stuck to their execution and focused on adjusting to the wicket’s behavior. The ongoing series follows Ireland’s defeat in the three-match ODI series 2-0. Notably, the last T20I series between the two teams was played in 2012.
It was slightly wet out there too. But we didn’t relax till the last over. We stuck to the process. We focused on the execution, whatever the situation demanded. It is our responsibility to adjust to the wicket. We are assessing the conditions and adjusting ourselves to the behaviour of the wicket. It is part of the learning process.
If we can execute properly, we can bowl better,” he added. Ireland had earlier lost the three-match ODI series 2-0 as well. This is the first time Bangladesh and Ireland are playing in a T20I series since 2012.