Wednesday, 29 May 2019

Cricket World Cup 2019, India vs Bangladesh Warm-Up Match Highlights: India Beat Bangladesh By 95 Runs

India beat Bangladesh by 95 runs in their last warm-up game before the World Cup. Liton Das and Soumya Sarkar gave Bangladesh a solid start . Jasprit Bumrah ousted two batsmen in two balls to pull things off. Mushfiqur Rahim and Liton Das puts 120 runs partnership  for the fourth wicket and kept Bangladesh in the hunt. Due to high run-rate , Das has to take risk and and he got out to Yuzvendra Chahal at 73 runs.

Pic credit - Hot Star

Mohammad Mithun moreover fell on the accompanying ball, putting Bangladesh seek after in risk. Mushfiqur propped up as the singular warrior yet didn't get the major assistance from the furthest edge. Finally, he also pulled back in the 40th over consequent to scoring 90 runs. Starting there Indian spinners got wickets at regular intervals  and finally fixed the game in their side's help. For India,  pair of Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav picked three wickets each. Earlier, Bangladesh commander Mashrafe Mortaza won the throw and chose to bowl.

The start of the match was delayed on account of slight sprinkle. After the play proceeded, Shikhar Dhawan fell effectively. Rohit Sharma (19 off 42) and Virat Kohli (47 off 46 balls) started moderate yet steadied the innings. Rohit fell in the fourteenth over while Kohli got out to an unbelievable yorker of Mohammad Saifuddin. Vijay Shankar, who was making a bounce back in the wake of sitting out in the last match in view of harm, furthermore couldn't make a huge bit of the opportunity and left quickly.
 KL Rahul and MS Dhoni, starting there, sewed an association of 164 rushes to bring India back in the game. Rahul scored a century and unwound India's No. 4 difficulty before the World Cup. After his flight, Dhoni took the charge and helped India cross 300. He got a good assistance from Hardik Pandya who scored 21 off 11 transports.
Ravindra Jadeja, who came to bat in the last completed, made smart fire 11 off 4 balls to empower India to finish the innings at 359/7.
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