India vs Bangladesh T20 World Cup 2022: India defeated Bangladesh by 5 runs

Adelaide: India vs Bangladesh T20 World Cup 2022: In the T20 World Cup, India defeated Bangladesh by 5 runs in the last over. Bangladesh had won the toss first and decided to bowl. Batting first, India scored 184 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in 20 overs. Bangladesh got a target of 151 runs in 16 overs to win due to rain. Chasing the target, Bangladesh’s team could score only 145 runs in 16 overs for the loss of 6 wickets and Team India won the match by 5 runs (DLS).

After losing the toss, and opting to bat first, the start of Team India was not very well as expect. Captain Rohit Sharma got out after scoring just 2 runs in 8 balls. KL Rahul played a half-century innings of 50 runs in 32 balls. Suryakumar Yadav scored 30 runs in just 16 balls. Hardik Pandya lost his wicket early after scoring 5 runs. Whereas Dinesh Karthik was also run out after scoring 7 runs. But at one end, the former captain team India Virat Kohli remained and carried the team forward. Virat Kohli played an unbeaten inning of 64 runs in 44 balls. At the same time, R Ashwin scored 13 runs in 6 balls and took the team to 184 runs.

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Rohit Sharma, the skipper of India said after the match, He said he was calm and nervous at the same time by the end of the game. Additionally, it was important for the group to stay calm and execute the plans to perfection. Informs when Arshdeep Singh came into the side they asked him to focus on the death bowling role. Also, says that he is overwhelmed with how KL Rahul batted which is another positive sign.

Shakib Al Hasan, the skipper of Bangladesh talks about the narrow loss and says that it has been a story when they play against India, they are almost there all the time but fail to chase the run. It was a great game for the fans and players. He said that they have been endearing relaxed in the dressing room and adds that they played well in this game and would like to do the same in our the next game.

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