IND vs BANG 2ND ODI: Relaxed Indian bowlers- Can Team India smash that target!

IND vs BANG 2ND ODI:  India-Bangladesh 2nd ODI. Bengal won the toss and took to bat. First, our bowlers were booming. They bowled tightly and tied up the opposing batsmen. Moreover, wickets were knocked down. The host team lost 6 major wickets for 69 runs in 19 overs. The fans thought that our bowlers will take another 4 wickets easily and they will tie the bungalow with a low score. It will be strange if that happens. Because..

Who are the team India bowlers there? First quick wickets. Then faltering in picking up the last wickets. It is a habit of Indian bowlers since time immemorial. In the last few years this weakness seems to have been overcome. But it seems to have returned again in the series with Bangla. Team India, who failed to take the last wicket in the first ODI, lost the opportunity to gain an upper hand against the opponent in the second match as well. As a result, the Bangladesh team, which had to be limited to a very low score, finally set a huge target for India. It was tied. Pacers Deepak Chahar and Shardul Thakur bowled hard. Although Siraj gave a little more runs, it was he who started the tally of wickets. Captain Liton Das (7) along with Anamul Haque (11) took wickets. Najamul Hussain (21) was then bowled by Umran Malik. Later, Washington Sundar Pavilion included Shakibul Hasan (8), who was in trouble while he was at the crease. Soon Washington Sundar dismissed Mushfiqur Rahim (12) and Afif (0) in consecutive balls. As a result, Bengal lost 6 wickets for 69 runs and got into trouble. Looking at the strength of the Indian bowlers, it looked like Bengal would be bowled out for less than 100 runs. But….

Century partnership

Indian bowlers who are used to taking quick wickets first and then giving up their grip did the same in this match. The first ODI hero Mehdi Hasan Miraj and Mohammadullah kept the Bangla innings going. The pair played till the end and then settled down at the crease. He led the score board by hitting boundaries every now and then. In this sequence, Shataka shared a century for the seventh wicket. Team India’s bowlers were unable to break their partnership. Acting captain Rahul Marchi tried the bowlers to no avail. But Nasum, who came later, broke through with big shots. He added 53 runs in 24 balls for the eighth wicket along with Mehdi Hasan. Mehdi Hasan completed his first century in ODIs on the last ball. This made Bangladesh 271 runs for the loss of 7 wickets in the stipulated 50 overs. Washington Sundar among the Indian bowlers. 3, Mohammad Siraj took 2 wickets, Umran Malik took 2 wickets. 

Injury to Rohit

Shock for Team India in the second ODI against Bangladesh! Captain&zwnj Rohit Sharma is injured. He injured his hand while fielding. BCCI medical team sent him to the hospital as the pain was severe. ning‌ Taking reports.

Today is the second match of the three ODI series‌ is happening toss The losing team India went to bowl first. Second over‌ Mohammad‌ Siraj throws. Anumul‌ Haq‌ Boundaries. The fourth ball hit the edge of his bat and went into the slip. That catch‌ Captain‌ Rohit‌ Sharma was injured.

 

🏏Umran Malik gets the much-needed breakthrough as Mahmudullah is caught behind.@klrahul takes an excellent one-handed catch, stretching fully to his right. After 47.2 overs, Bangladesh are 233-7. #TeamIndia #BANvIND https://t.co/GBxUwEKR6N pic.twitter.com/VIwCth239n

— BCCI (@BCCI) December 7, 2022

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