Bangladesh ended Inter-Parliamentary Cricket World Cup losing the final to Pakistan by nine wickets in London on Friday, reports UNB.
Bangladesh scored 105 runs after batting first. In reply, Pakistan successfully chased the target down in 12 overs.
Earlier, in the group stage, Bangladesh had defeated Pakistan by 13 runs. However, they failed to replicate the same performance in the final of the tournament.
To book a place in the final, Bangladesh beat the hosts England in the semi-final by 37.
In the semi-final, Bangladesh parliamentary squad got the service of Enamul Haque - a national player who is currently in England.
Enamul scalped four wickets in the semi-final and made the difference between two teams.
Pakistan, on the other hand, made their way to the final beating Afghanistan by a big margin of eight wickets.
A total of eight teams, divided by two groups, participated in the tournament.
England, Australia, India and Afghanistan were in group A while Bangladesh, Pakistan, New Zealand and a team named as All-Stars were in group B.
The event was organised to promote the relationship between the parliamentarians of the participant countries.