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Cricket News Bangladesh Secure Tense Last Over Win Vs Zimbabwe, 19-Year-Old Afif Hossain Hits FiftyCricket News Bangladesh Secure Tense Last Over Win Vs Zimbabwe, 19-Year-Old Afif Hossain Hits Fifty

first_imgBangladesh lost the one-off Test to Afghanistan.Afif Hossain slammed his maiden fifty in just his 2nd T20I.Ryan Burl also hit his maiden fifty but Zimbabwe lost by three wickets. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: At 60/6 in the 10th over in pursuit of 145, Bangladesh’s poor form looked set to be prolonged. Zimbabwe, who were playing their first game since being handed a suspension by the ICC for political interference in their cricket board, were in with a great chance to secure a win. However, 19-year-old Afif Hossain smashed his maiden fifty and shared an 82-run stand for the seventh wicket to boost Bangladesh and give them a tense three-wicket win in the final over to give Shakib Al Hasan’s side something to cheer after their 224-run loss to Afghanistan in the one-off Test. The match at the Sher-e-Bangla stadium in Mirpur was delayed due to heavy rain and after a lot of hardwork on the outfield, the match was reduced to 18 overs per side. Bangladesh chose to bowl and they struck early when Taijul Islam removed the dangerous Brendan Taylor cheaply. Hamilton Masakadza, who will announce his retirement from all forms of cricket after the end of this tournament, looked good during his knock of 34. However, in the middle overs, Zimbabwe lost four wickets for 12 runs and it required a partnership of 81 between Ryan Burl and Tinotenda Mutombodzi. After starting off slowly, Burl broke the shackles by blasting a four and a six in the 15th over bowled by Mustafizur Rahman. However, the 16th over witnessed carnage as Burl blasted 30 runs in Shakib’s over. Burl launched Shakib’s first ball into the stands at deep square leg for a big six and two followed it up with two fours. On the fourth ball, Burl blasted a full toss from Shakib to deep midwicket for yet another six. After another four, the sixth ball was hammered to long on as Burl notched up his maiden fifty.Also Read | Bangladesh Vs Afghanistan: Afghans Thrash Bangladesh To Secure 224-Run WinAfter play was halted for a couple of minutes due to a power failure, Mutombodzi slammed a couple of fours as Zimbabwe ended up with a decent total. In response, Kyle Jarvis and Tendai Chatara took a couple of wickets as Bangladesh were left reeling at 29/4. Sabbir Rahman and Mahmudullah attempted a partnership but both fell quickly and Bangladesh’s hopes were sinking. Also Read | Are Zimbabwe cricketers ready to play for free?Afif decided to counterattack and he hammered two fours and a six off Sean Williams and Mosaddek Hossain complimented him well with two sixes off Burl. Afif regularly found the boundaries and when he hammered two boundaries off Jarvis in the 16th over, Bangladesh had the advantage. The left-hander notched up his maiden fifty off 24 balls but he fell as Bangladesh neared a win but Mohammad Saifuddin smashed a boundary as Bangladesh won with three balls left.center_img highlightslast_img read more

Europa: Arsenal Beats CSKA Moscow 4-1Europa: Arsenal Beats CSKA Moscow 4-1

first_imgFrance striker Alexandre Lacazette thursday marked his first Arsenal start for two months with two goals as they took control of their Europa League quarter-final by demolishing CSKA Moscow in the first leg.The Gunners scored four first-half goals, Aaron Ramsey’s side-foot finish setting them on their way.Aleksandr Golovin levelled with a sublime free-kick before Lacazette, who has recovered from a knee injury, made it 2-1 with a penalty after Mesut Ozil was fouled by Georgi Schennikov. Ramsey produced a brilliant third with an instinctive volleyed flick, with Lacazette adding a fourth after being picked out by the outstanding Ozil.Arsenal were unable to add to their tally in the second half but they will head to Russia’s capital for the second leg next Thursday with a commanding lead.Arsenal, who have won five successive games in all competitions, should have triumphed by a more handsome margin in what was a cracking match.Henrikh Mkhitaryan missed a great chance early in the second half, while Ramsey fired over the bar after keeper Igor Akinfeev had spilled the ball into his path.Ramsey’s hopes of a hat-trick disappeared when his curling 77th-minute shot hit the post.Nevertheless, Arsene Wenger’s side will be confident of reaching the semi-finals of a competition that provides a team sixth in the Premier League – 13 points off fourth place with seven games left – with their most realistic chance of qualifying for next season’s Champions League.Arsenal are certainly warming to the Europa League, collecting their eighth win from 11 games in the competition, scoring 27 times and conceding eight.Assuming there is no second-leg upset in Russia, they still need to negotiate a two-legged semi-final to reach the final in Lyon on 16 May.Yet the way they dismantled CSKA, who started their European campaign in the Champions League, was impressive although victory came at a cost.Wenger confirmed after the game that keeper David Ospina, who suffered an ankle injury on the eve of the game, will be out for between two and three weeks while Mkhitaryan, who was substituted, will miss Sunday’s game against Southampton with a damaged knee.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

Alpena Public Schools continues to promote literacy using bookmarksAlpena Public Schools continues to promote literacy using bookmarks

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich — Alpena Public School district is constantly looking for ways to keep kids interested in reading. This month they’re promoting student interest through asking questions and making connections.Parent engagement coordinator, Lee Fitzpatrick, says the district has created bookmarks for parents to make reading a stress–free and exciting activity at home.“These bookmarks are colorful, but they also have information – fairly simply directions that parents can follow.”Fitzpatrick says the district continues to emphasize literacy, because it can play a large role in the development of student confidence, and have an impact on steps toward achievement.“Literacy is so important. It’s really a building block for future academic and social success. So, APS is always trying to find ways to help families to build reading skills.”This month, WBKB decided to support the efforts of the school system by engaging with students in classrooms, asking questions, and reading aloud. Reporter Lauren Mixon read to two first grade classroom, discussing character, respect and friendship.”Making connections, asking questions and monitoring comprehension skills are all outlined on bookmarks that can be used by parents in their own homes. If you would like to utilize these tools with your student, you can download them from Facebook in the bookmarks for reading photo gallery.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: bookmarks, comprehension, Literacy, ReadingContinue ReadingPrevious Community Reacts to Local FireNext Alpena Fire Department warns residents of the dangers of space heater fireslast_img read more