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Ind vs Ban Highlights: Bangladesh shattered after rain, Tigers beat India almost sure of semi-final

Adelaide: The Indian team, teaching a lesson to captain Shakib Al Hasan and his team Bangladesh, defeated them by 5 runs according to the DLS rule in the very important match of the T20 World Cup 2022. With this win, the Indian team has almost confirmed its place in the semi-finals of the tournament. India had scored 184 runs in the match. In reply, Bangladesh scored 66 runs in 7 overs. There was disappointment in the Indian camp when the match was stopped due to rain, as India was falling behind the DLS rule. But when the match started, Bangladesh got the target of 151 runs in the revised 16 overs and Rohit Sena made a tremendous comeback and won the match.

Match stopped due to rain, got the target of 151
Bangladesh had scored 66 runs in seven overs without losing a wicket when the match had to be stopped due to rain. At this time Liton Das was playing 59 off 26 balls while Najmul Hossain Shanto scored seven runs. Bangladesh were ahead by 17 runs under the Duckworth-Lewis method. That is, Bangladesh had to score 85 runs to win in 9 overs.

KL Rahul hit a throw, Liton Das run out
When the match started, Virat Kohli handed the first over to Ravichandran Ashwin. Dangerous Liton Das was run out on the precise throw of KL Rahul in the pursuit of stealing runs on the second ball of this over. When he was dismissed for 60 runs in 27 balls with 7 fours and 3 sixes, there was a wave of happiness in the Indian camp. Das had created a storm on the field. After his departure, Mohammed Shami put Team India on the driving seat while Shanto was caught by Suryakumar Yadav.

Arshdeep Singh took 2 wickets in an over to turn the match
Captain Shakib, who came to the 11th over under increasing pressure, gave a chance to the Bangladeshi camp by hitting two fours, then in the very next over, Arshadi Singh played a scintillating shot on the very first ball by Afif Hossain and the ball took the edge of the bat at long on. But stood up. Suryakumar Yadav, present here, did not make any mistake in catching the ball very high and Team India got the third success. Captain Shakib (13) also made the mistake of playing a big shot on the 5th ball of this over of Arshdeep and Deepak Hooda completed the rest.

Hardik Pandya also took two victims in the 13th over
Hardik Pandya, who came to the 13th over, also took advantage of the pressure and played an important role in turning the match by taking two wickets. On the second ball of the over, he got Yasir Ali caught by Arshdeep on the personal score of one run, then bowled Mosaddak Hussain (3) on the 5th. After this Bangladesh came under complete pressure.

Thrill of the last two overs
He needed 31 runs in the last 12 balls and in the 15th over, Taskin Ahmed tried to bring excitement to the match by hitting Hardik for fours and sixes, but failed to win the match. He had to score 20 runs in the last 6 balls, while Arshdeep Singh had the ball in his hands. The match got exciting when Nurul Hasan hit a six off the second ball. When he hit a four on the 5th ball, the margin of victory was reduced to 7 runs. Now he needed 7 runs to win off the last ball. Arshdeep Singh bowled a tremendous ball and Nurul could not hit a six. Hardik Pandya and Arshdeep Singh took two wickets each for India, while one wicket was in the name of Mohammed Shami.

Indian innings thrill
Earlier, Virat Kohli’s impressive performance continued and with the help of his unbeaten half-century, India scored 184 for 6 against Bangladesh. Kohli added an unbeaten 64 off 44 balls with the help of eight fours and a six. No bowler from Bangladesh had any answer for his brilliant strokes. The pitch here was slower than Perth, on which Bangladesh bowlers came under pressure after the powerplay.

Captain Rohit Sharma disappointed
KL Rahul returned to form after scoring 50 off 31 balls. Kohli shared 67 runs with Rahul for the second wicket and 38 runs with Suryakumar Yadav for the third wicket. Yadav, who was ranked number one in the ICC T20 Batsmen’s Rankings, scored 30 runs in 15 balls. Indian captain Rohit Sharma got life in the very first over off the delivery of Taskin Ahmed but he could not take advantage of it and was dismissed after scoring two runs in seven balls.

KL Rahul’s stormy batting, then Kohli was seen in color
Shakib took the wickets of Rahul and Surya for 33 runs in four overs but remained Bangladesh’s best bowler. Left-arm pacers Shariful Islam and Hasan Mahmood proved expensive, conceding 57 and 47 respectively. Islam got no wicket while Mahmood took three. Rahul, who has been criticized for his poor form in the last three matches, batted well. He played 20 balls to score the first 21 but opened his hands after the powerplay and hit two brilliant sixes.

Another fifty from Virat
24 runs were scored in Shariful’s ninth over and the Indian batsmen dominated. Rahul’s next 29 runs came in ten balls. He was dismissed for 50 runs in 31 balls and Mustafizur Rahman caught him off Shakib’s delivery. 67 runs in 35 balls in the second wicket partnership. At the other end, Kohli hit two fours to Taskeen and a four to Mustafizur. Surya played a short but aggressive innings but lost a wicket off Shakib’s delivery. At the other end, Hardik Pandya (five), Dinesh Karthik (seven) and Axar Patel (seven) could not provide any support. Ravichandran Ashwin scored 13 not out in six balls.

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