IND vs BAN: 7 batsmen of India did not reach double digits, lost 6 wickets for 34 runs, 50 ball game…

New Delhi. Team India, under the leadership of Rohit Sharma, has not been able to make a good start on the Bangladesh tour. In the first ODI (IND vs BAN), Team India got out after scoring 186 runs in 41.2 overs. That means there was still a game of 50 balls left. The team lost the last 6 wickets for just 34 runs. This is the worst performance of the team after the 2011 ODI World. 7 batsmen of India could not reach the figure of Dahai. KL Rahul scored the maximum 73 runs. Left-arm spinner Shakib Al Hasan bowled well for Bangladesh. He took 5 wickets for 36 runs in 10 overs. Fast bowler Ibadat Hussain also took 4 wickets.

Team India’s score at one time was 152 runs for 4 wickets and in the end the team returned to the pavilion after scoring 186 runs. This is the team’s worst performance in 11 years. Earlier in 2011, the team lost the last 6 wickets against South Africa for 13 runs. First Washington Sundar (19) was caught out by Shakib. After this, Shahbaz Ahmed could not even lose the account and became a victim of Ibadat Hussain.

Shardul and Deepak Chahar also failed
Shardul Thakur and Deepak Chahar have been batting well in the lower order. But he also could not do anything special in this match. Shardul got bowled on Shakib’s ball after scoring 2 runs. Whereas Chahar became the victim of Shakib at zero. KL Rahul became the victim of Ibadat Hussain as the 9th wicket. He faced 70 balls and scored 73 runs. Hit 5 fours and 4 sixes.

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Mohammed Siraj fell victim to Ibadat as the last wicket. He scored 9 runs off 20 balls. Kuldeep Sen, making his international debut, remained unbeaten after scoring 2 runs off 4 balls. Apart from this, Rohit Sharma contributed 27, Shikhar Dhawan 7, Virat Kohli 24 and Shreyas Iyer contributed 24 runs.

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