Haseeb Amjad’s stunning six wickets ensured Hong Kong continued their impressive preparation for the World Twenty20, which starts on Sunday, with a second win in two warm-up games, beating Netherlands by 27 runs in Chittagong.
The 26-year-old seamer, who returned 6-14 from 3.5 overs in the unofficial Twenty20 international, tore through the Dutch batting as only Stephan Myburgh’s 52 averted complete embarrassment.
Mark Chapman had made it back-to-back fifties as the first-time qualifiers, who beat Zimbabwe on Wednesday, were restricted to 127 all out, with seamers Timm van der Gugte and Ahsan Malik taking three wickets each.
Hosts Bangladesh comfortably saw off Ireland by 44 runs at Fatullah thanks to half-centuries from Shakib Al Hasan and captain Mushfiqur Rahim.
They shared an unbroken 116-run stand to lift the Tigers to 179 for three, which Ireland replied to with 135 for eight - skipper Will Porterfield top-scoring with 44.
Hamilton Masakadza’s 93 aided Zimbabwe’s seven-wicket defeat of Afghanistan at Chittagong.
Chasing 168 for six, Masakadza flayed seven sixes and five fours before victory came with three balls to spare.
United Arab Emirates eased past Nepal by six wickets in Fatullah.
Sharif Asadullah returned 3-15 as Nepal were limited to 95 all out. UAE recovered from losing their opening batsmen cheaply to win with seven deliveries remaining.