Asia Cup 2018: Bangladesh beat Pakistan, enter final

Bangladesh beat Pakistan by 37 runs to enter the final of the Asia Cup. The Tigers will take on India to determine who lifts the title. Chasing 239 to win Pakistan could only muster 202/9 in their 50 overs. Imam-ul-Haq was the top scorer with 83, while Mustafizur picked p for wickets. Earlier, Junaid Khan ended with stunning figures of 4/19 as Pakistan dismissed Bangladesh for 239. Mushfiqur Rahim scored 99 while Mohammad Mithun put on 60 to help Bangladesh reach this score after a disastrous start. Earlier, Bangladesh won the toss and skipper Mashrafe Mortaza opted to bat first in this virtual semi-final clash.

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Bangladesh's wicketkeeper Liton Das, second right wearing helmet, celebrates with teammates. (AP)

Bangladesh's wicketkeeper Liton Das, second right wearing helmet, celebrates with teammates. (AP)

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Pakistan's Imam-ul-Haq, left, and Shoaib Malik run between the wickets during the one day international cricket match. (AP)

Pakistan's Imam-ul-Haq, left, and Shoaib Malik run between the wickets during the one day international cricket match. (AP)

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Bangladesh's captain Mashrafe Mortaza, left, holds the ball as he celebrates with teammate Soumya Sarkar the dismissal of Pakistan's Shoaib Malik. (AP)

Bangladesh's captain Mashrafe Mortaza, left, holds the ball as he celebrates with teammate Soumya Sarkar the dismissal of Pakistan's Shoaib Malik. (AP)

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Pakistan's Shoaib Malik, left, gives some tips to teammate Shadab Khan as he leaves the ground after losing his wicket. (AP)

Pakistan's Shoaib Malik, left, gives some tips to teammate Shadab Khan as he leaves the ground after losing his wicket. (AP)

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Bangladesh's Soumya Sarkar, right, leaps in the air to celebrate the dismissal of Pakistan's Shadab Khan. (AP)

Bangladesh's Soumya Sarkar, right, leaps in the air to celebrate the dismissal of Pakistan's Shadab Khan. (AP)

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Pakistan's Imam-ul-Haq bats during the one day international cricket match of Asia Cup between Pakistan and Bangladesh. (AP)

Pakistan's Imam-ul-Haq bats during the one day international cricket match of Asia Cup between Pakistan and Bangladesh. (AP)

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Pakistan cricketer Junaid Khan (C) celebrates with teammates after he dismissed Bangladesh batsman Liton Das. (AFP)

Pakistan cricketer Junaid Khan (C) celebrates with teammates after he dismissed Bangladesh batsman Liton Das. (AFP)

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Bangladesh batsman Mushfiqur Rahim (R) and Mohammad Mithun run between the wickets during the one day international. (AFP)

Bangladesh batsman Mushfiqur Rahim (R) and Mohammad Mithun run between the wickets during the one day international. (AFP)

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Bangladesh's Mahmudullah bats during the one day international cricket match of Asia Cup between Pakistan and Bangladesh. (AP)

Bangladesh's Mahmudullah bats during the one day international cricket match of Asia Cup between Pakistan and Bangladesh. (AP)

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Pakistan's Shoaib Malik, right, pats Bangladesh's Mushfiqur Rahim on scoring 99 runs after Rahim's dismissal during the one day international. (AP)

Pakistan's Shoaib Malik, right, pats Bangladesh's Mushfiqur Rahim on scoring 99 runs after Rahim's dismissal during the one day international. (AP)

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Pakistan's Junaid Khan, right, celebrates the dismissal of Bangladesh's Mahmudullah (AP)

Pakistan's Junaid Khan, right, celebrates the dismissal of Bangladesh's Mahmudullah (AP)

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