BSS, Dhaka : Bangladesh are eying to restore some pride by avoiding a humiliating whitewash when they take on Pakistan in the third and final T20 International today at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. The visitors had already lost the three-match series following their five-wicket and nine-wicket defeats in the first and second match respectively. Though the visitors put a tough fight in the first match thanks to the bowlers, the second one was a one-way traffic as Babar Azam and Mohammad Hafeez made a mockery with Bangladesh's bowling to show the difference between the two sides. Bangladesh's meek surrender was particularly disappointing given the fact that they had come here after playing so many T20I matches in the Bangabandhu Bangladesh Premier League (BBPL) and also all of the batsmen and bowlers were in superb form. But their performance in the both matches proved they are yet to decode the playing style of T20I cricket.
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