Anamul Haque is seen driving one through the off-side during his 62-run knock. The right-hander’s 42-ball innings saw eight sweetly-timed boundaries and a six being hit. In addition, his 85-run opening partnership with Tamim Iqbal (31 off 28 balls) helped Dhaka Platoon post a commendable total of 182 for four in yesterday’s second BBPL fixture against Sylhet Thunder at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur. Platoon’s Jaker Ali (20 off 12 balls) and Thisara Perera (22 off 11 balls not out) made a late surge to set a challenging target for Sylhet Thunder. Sylhet, in reply, were however nowhere near winning their first game in three matches, finishing the 20-over quota on 158 for 7 to suffer a 24-run defeat despite an unbeaten 60 from captain Mosaddek Hossain.