Bangladesh men's cricket team registered their second win in the same number of matches in SA Games cricket.
They defeated Bhutan by 10 wickets in Pokhara.
Bhutan captain Thinley Jamtsho won the toss and elected to bat first against the favourites.
They struggled throughout the innings against a more experienced Bangladesh attack.
But to their credit, Bhutan batted for the whole of 20 overs and did not get all out.
They scored 69/7 in their allotted 20 overs. Manik Khan took two wickets for Bangladesh.
In reply, Mohammad Naim and Soumya Sarker made things very easy for Bangladesh.
The remained unbeaten and hurried on to a convincing victory.
Bangladesh reached their target 6.5 overs.
Soumya scored a fiery half-century off just 28 balls and was not out on 50.
Naim scored 16*.
But Bangladesh contingent was not happy with their performance as they could not bowl their opponents out.
Soumya Sarker expressed his dissatisfaction after the match.
"In this kind of wicket, we really should have got them all out. Personally, I am not satisfied with the performance. I only can hope we do better in the next match against Nepal." said the Bangladeshi opener.
Bangladesh will play their next match against Nepal on Saturday.