Bengaluru: In ICC World T-20 series, Indian team found playing to the point and won against Bangladeshi team by a single run, which was the game point in the match.
In the match between India and Bangladesh held on Wednesday, however, the target of 146/7 against Bangladesh was pointed by experts as unimpressive for India, as India’s much vaunted batting line- up struggled on a slow slothful track.
In Wednesday’s match Bangladesh found bringing Tamim Iqbad for change, however, Indian team played with unchanged eleven. The match played in Bangaluru- based Chinnaswamy stadium. Now India won against Bangladesh, the Indian team has raised its chances to get entered in the semi- finals along with New Zealand.
In the start time of the Match, the captain for Bangladesh- Mashrafe Mortaza won the toss, and chosen bowling against India, which was put to bat first. In the first batting, the India seemed scoring 146 runs for 7 wickets. As such it was experienced that the Indian team, despite its loosing battle against New Zealand in the Twenty- 20’s opening, has strongly came back.
However, Bangladesh which has earlier lost its two matches against Pakistani team and also against Australian Team, has again lost the battle against Indian Team by only a single run.
It was also seen that, the player- Shakib Al Hasan who appeared outstanding for his performance in previous match against Australia, in this match he has two- drops and got out for 33. However, the average for Bangladesh in their batting was seen little favouring for them, as they were found scoring 50 up in 6.4 overs. The energy was seen dipped considerably, among the fielders of Indian team.
It was seen in the Chinnaswamy Stadium that the emcee wad doing his best to keep the crowd enjoying the match. However, there was not seen big fireworks from the Indian Batsmen, and thus, the Indian team found concentrating over wickets of Bangladeshi team, which let them win. However, Bangladeshi team found coming close to the match by the end, however, they would have felt the overs less.