The BCB XI (Bangladesh Cricket Board) took on Mumbai in the CAB SK Acharya Memorable Challenger one day trophy.

Mumbai, after winning the toss put BCB XI to bat. The decision paid off as the openers went back to the pavillion for a score of 5. The BCB never really got things back to control as they were 70/8. Mohammad Elais played well for his 40 which took the team to a respectable 138 all out in 41 overs. Shardul Thakur was the star with the ball as he picked 4/35 

Mumbai started firmly putting 43 on the board before the loss of the first wicket. Then the wicket keeper batsman Aditya Tare along with Abhishek Nayar finished things off with 17.5 overs to spare. Mumbai posted 130/2 in 32.1 overs and were declared winners by VJD method because of a rain interupption.

    Archit Athani Writer

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