Left-handed opener Iqbal's unbeaten 103-run knock was packed with 10 fours and five sixes and he single-handedly led the Asia Cup finalists to a challenging 180 for two. Iqbal is only Bangladeshi player who has managed a century in all three formats of the game.

Oman's chase was shaky from the beginning and two rain suspensions only made the matter worse for them. They were 41 for 2 in seven overs when rain forced suspension of play for about 45 minutes. At resumption they were given a new target of 152 off 16 overs but only eight balls were bowled and skies opened up again.

Oman were then set a revised target of 120 from 12 overs which meant that they had to score 75 runs from 22 balls but all they managed was 65 for nine.
     
Brief Scores:

Bangladesh: 180 for 2 in 20 overs. (Tamim Iqbal 103 not out, Sabbir Rahman 44; Khawar Ali 1/24).
     
Oman: 65 for 9 in 12 overs.(Jatinder Singh 25, Adnan Ilyas 13; Shakib-Al-Hasan 4/15).

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