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‘Ab Bangladesh ki wajah se ye qualify karenge’ – Fans react to South Africa qualifying for the World Cup 2023

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After the very first one-day international involving Ireland with Bangladesh ended in a washout, South Africa received straight qualification on Tuesday to participate in the 50-over Cricket World Cup in India later this year.

If Ireland wanted to move past the 11th spot in the points standings, they needed to win all three of their games against Bangladesh in a series that was played at Chelmsford, the county seat of Essex, England. Ireland cannot overtake South Africa in their World Cup Super League rankings even if they win the current series 2-0. Ireland is going to be able to participate in the qualification competition, which will take place in Zimbabwe from June 18 to July 9, along with past winners West Indies as well as Sri Lanka.

Around 4:30 P.M. local time, terrible lighting and rain stopped play as the Irish were chasing Bangladesh’s 246-9 total made from all 50 overs with a score of 65-3 in the 17th over. Under the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern rule for rain-affected games, Ireland’s innings had to have at least 20 overs bowled before a decision could be made about the outcome.

Josh Little, who recently had success in the Indian Premier League, led Ireland’s onslaught with 3-61. Graham Hume and Mark Adair each took two wickets as Bangladesh was held to a fairly low total on decent ground. On his 36th birthday, Mushfiqur Rahim led the Tigers in scoring with 61 points in front of 3,000 spectators at Chelmsford, most of them were Bangladeshi fans. In spite of the windy conditions, Najmul Hossain Shanto managed to score another critical 44 runs.

However, Ireland quickly found themselves in difficulty at 27-2 after losing captain Andrew Balbirnie and veteran opener Paul Stirling. The next One Day International between the two teams is scheduled to take place on Friday as part of the ongoing series. The best eight participants in the three-year-old WCSL competition receive the first slots for the 10-team World Cup. England, India, New Zealand, Australia, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Afghanistan, the current champions, have already secured their spots.

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