Runs and running between the wickets were two elements sorely lacking in Hong Kong's opening encounter in the women's Twenty20 competition yesterday as Bangladesh romped to a 10-wicket victory. It was a woeful batting performance from Hong Kong, who had six players run out as they struggled to a record-low 25 and were dismissed with more than four overs to spare. Bangladesh made the runs in the fourth over. 'It was a case today of 'yes, no, yes, no, oops, run-out' ,' disappointed Hong Kong manager Glyn Davies said. 'They are a lot better side than this but big-game nerves got to them.' It certainly looked as if Hong Kong had frozen in the headlights at the Guangdong Cricket Stadium. Bangladesh are one of the teams fancied to win the gold medal, but to be all out for 25 was lamentable. According to International Cricket Council statistics, the lowest previous international women's Twenty20 total involving senior countries was Pakistan's 60 against England in the 2009 world championship. 'There will be a lot of soul-searching before [tomorrow's] game against Nepal,' Hong Kong head coach Charlie Burke said. 'We lose and the girls will be on their way home.'