T20 World Cup 2024 points table after Bangladesh beat Netherlands

The Tigers recorded their second win in T20 World Cup

By Web Desk
June 13, 2024
Bangladesh defeated the Netherlands in their third T20 World Cup match. — ICC

Bangladesh beat the Netherlands by 25 runs in their third match of the T20 World Cup 2024 which is being played at the Arnos Vale Stadium, Kingstown, on Thursday.

With two wins, the Tigers now have four points from three matches in Group D and they are just one point away from qualifying for T20 World Cup Super 8.

After Bangladesh's second win in the tournament, here is how the T20 World Cup points table looks like.

Group A

T20 World Cup 2024 Group A standings. — ESPN Cricinfo

Group B

T20 World Cup 2024 Group B standings. — ESPN Cricinfo

Group C

T20 World Cup 2024 Group C standings. — ESPN Cricinfo

Group D

T20 World Cup 2024 Group D standings. — ESPN Cricinfo

Chasing the target, the Netherlands didn’t have the best start as they lost both of their openers Michael Levitt (18 off 16) and Max O’Dowd (12 off 16) walked back to the pavilion leaving their side 32-2 in 5.4 overs.

However, after losing two wickets, the Dutch got back in the game with Vikramjit Singh and Sybrand Engelbrecht combining for 37-run before the former departed after scoring 26 runs on 16 balls.

After losing the wicket, Engelbrecht (33 off 22) and skipper Scott Edwards (25 off 23) scored but their knocks were not enough as the Dutch kept on losing wickets and eventually concluded their innings at 134-8 in 20 overs.

For Bangladesh, Rishad Hossain starred with the ball as he took three wickets, Taskin Ahmed got two while Mustafizur Rahman, Tanzim Hasan Sakib, and Mahmudullah picked one wickets each.

Earlier in the first innings, after being asked to bat first, Bangladesh didn’t have a great start as they lost two wickets inside the first four overs with skipper Najmul Hossain Shanto and Liton Das walking back to the pavilion without scoring in double digits.

However, Tanzid Hasan and Shakib Al Hasan built a 48-run partnership which was crucial for Bangladesh as they got the much-needed stability. Tanzid played a quick knock, scoring 35 off 26 with six boundaries before losing his wicket to Paul van Meekeren.

Shakib stayed on the pitch and he was supported greatly by Mahmudullah (25 off 21) down the order. Jaker Ali’s quick seven-ball 14-run cameo helped Bangladesh conclude their innings at 159-5 in the allocated overs.

Shakib top-scored for the Tigers with 64 runs on 46 balls. Meanwhile, for the Netherlands, Aryan Dutt and Van Meekeren bagged two wickets each while Tim Pringle managed to get one.