Bangladesh scored 256/8 in 50 overs. Rohit Sharma and Shubhman Gill are down on ground to open innings for India. Bangladesh had a flying start, with Tanzid Hasan and Litton Das hitting a brilliant half-century. However, Bangladesh’s situation worsened as India quickly built on its success by grabbing additional quick wickets.
Bangladesh’s acting skipper, Shanto, won the toss and decided to bat during their World Cup game in Pune. Fortunately, India’s middle overs allowed them to get back into the game after Hardik Pandya’s ankle injury forced him off the pitch. India’s rivalry with Bangladesh has its allure, as the gap between the two countries is growing wider despite years of fighting for similar outcomes.
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The most recent update indicates Rohit Sharma and Shubhman Gill have opened innings for India. India’s score is 33/0*.
India never gave room to Bangladesh
India kept taking wickets to reduce Bangladesh to their final score of 256/8 in 50 overs. Following the wicket-picking feats of Ravindra Jadeja, Mohammed Siraj, and Kuldeep Yadav, it was Shardul Thakur’s turn to terminate Mehidy Hasan Miraz and join the wicket-taking league with them.
Bangladesh had a flying start
Before Kuldeep Yadav ended the opener’s innings to give India a crucial breakthrough, Tanzid Hasan and Litton Das hit a brilliant half-century to give their team a flying start.
Bangladesh’s situation deteriorated with progressing innings
India quickly built on this success by grabbing additional quick wickets. While Mohammed Siraj removed Mehidy Hasan, Ravindra Jadeja fired Najmul Hossain Shanto. As India eliminated the well-established Das in Jadeja’s second over, things only got worse for Bangladesh.
Bangladesh won the toss earlier
After Bangladesh’s acting skipper Shanto won the toss and decided to bat during their World Cup game in Pune, this flurry of activity finally ended. The Bangladesh openers initially had difficulty getting going because Siraj and Jasprit Bumrah immediately found their line and length, but Tanzid and Litton Das eventually discovered their groove.
Fortunately for India, wickets in the middle overs allowed the Men in Blue to get back into the game after Hardik Pandya’s ankle injury forced him off the pitch.
Though it may not be as intense as the one they have with Pakistan, India’s rivalry with Bangladesh has its allure. The gap between India and Bangladesh is growing wider despite years of fighting for similar outcomes.