India pacer Khaleel Ahmed continued in the second T20I from where he left the first one. Bangladesh opener Mohammad Naim smashed him for three consecutive fours on his first three deliveries of the match.
In the first match at Delhi, Khaleel was put away for four back-to-back boundaries by Mushfiqur Rahim in his last over. His poor death bowling had cost India the game. Khaleel went for plenty of runs. He was the most expensive of all, going at 11 runs per over. He conceded 44 runs and picked up a wicket. He didn't bowl according to filed set for him and continued to bowl short deliveries despite getting hit for fours.
Fans were frustrated after seeing Khaleel going for runs again. He didn't learn from the last game and continued bowling short of the length which worked against him. Twitter targetted the 21-year-old for his poor bowling figures and inability to learn from previous mistakes.
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