Psllivecricket t20 world cup 2022 IND vs BAN 1st ODI Highlights: Mehidy Hasan Miraz helps Bangladesh stun India by 1 wicket – The Indian Express

IND vs BAN 1st ODI Highlights: Mehidy Hasan Miraz helps Bangladesh stun India by 1 wicket – The Indian Express

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India vs Bangladesh 2022 Highlights: Bangladesh recorded a sensational one-wicket victory over India in the first ODI of the three-match series on Sunday. Put into bat, India were all-out for 186. In reply, Bangladesh rode on skipper Litton Das’s 41 to stay in the hunt initially before collapsing to 136/9 in the 40th over. However, Mehidy Hasan Miraz produced a sensational 39-ball 38-run cameo to take the team home with four overs to spare.
Brief scores – India: 186 all out in 41.2 overs (KL Rahul 73; Shakib Al Hasan 5/36, Ebadat Hossain 4/47).
Bangladesh: 187 for 9 in 46 overs (Mehidy Hasan Miraz 38 not out, Litton Das 41; Mohammed Siraj 3/32).
Playing XIs
Bangladesh XI: Liton Das (captain), Anamul Haque, Najmul Hossain Shanto, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), Mahmudullah, Afif Hossain, Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Hasan Mahmud, Mustafizur Rahman, Ebadot Hossain.
India XI: Rohit Sharma (captain), Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, KL Rahul (wk), Washington Sundar, Shahbaz Ahmed, Shardul Thakur, Deepak Chahar, Mohammed Siraj, Kuldeep Sen.
“It was a very close game. We did pretty well to comeback into that position. We didn’t bat well. 184 wasn’t good enough, but we bowled pretty well and they held their nerve in the end. We just didn’t have enough runs. Another 25-30 runs would have helped.”
ALL OVER! Bangladesh wins by 1 wicket and Mehidy Hasan Miraz is the hero for the Tigers. He hits the winning run and remains unbeaten on 38. The last wicket partnership is worth 51. Truly a memorable win by the home team. 
Criminal from Chahar at this stage. Bangladesh need just 2 to win 
Another boundary from Mehedi!! Just 4 runs needed!  Mehidy Hasan Miraz cuts it away over backward point and the Bangladesh fans are go crazy
Shardul Thakur to Mustafizur Rahman 4 runs. India 1 wicket away from victory. Just 10 needed now for Bangladesh to win. 
Mehidy Hasan Miraz flings it bat at another delivery from Chahar and gets an edge that flies past the backward point. What an over! And it ends with another boundary. Bangladesh need 14 runs in 36 balls. Score after 44 overs, BAN: 173/9
Deepak Chahar returns to bowl and the first one is a knuckle ball which slips out of his hand and ends up as a high full toss. Free hit for the Tigers but no damage done. But a deft touch of the next ball brings a boundary for Bangladesh. Its still not over and its going down to the wire.
Mehidy Hasan Miraz goes for the wild slog against Shardul Thakur and the top edge takes it back past the keeper. KL Rahul doesn’t give up and gets under it but drops it! Oh, dear. Will that be a costly drop? Skipper Rohit Sharma can’t believe it. Bangladesh needs 29 runs in 42 balls with 1 wicket in hand. Score after 43 overs, BAN: 158/9
Virat Kohli at forward short-leg.
Mehidy Hasan Miraz gets the measure of Kuldeep Sen and slices it over the third man for a maximum. It’s still not over for Bangladesh. Indeed its not and the last ball of the over is another six! This time over backward point. Score after 41 overs, BAN: 154/9
Siraj to Mustafizur on the back of a length, and the southpaw punches that through the off-side for a four. Lovely timing on it and Fizz is off the mark in style. Score after 40 overs, BAN: 140/9
Bangladesh are nine down. Hasan Mahmud is gone for a duck and Siraj picks up another.
Virat Kohli saying
“DRS lele DRS lele Rohit”😂 when he was in short leg..#BANvIND#ViratKohli𓃵 #RohitSharma𓃵 #KLRahul #INDvsBAN
Hit wicket and Kuldeep Sen gets 2 wickets on debut. Pace from Kuldeep Sen pushed back  Ebadot Hossain but the batter did not realize how close he was to the stumps. He steps onto his stumps. 2/23 on debut for Kuldeep Sen. Score after 39 overs, BAN: 135/8
Kuldeep sen gets his maiden wicket as Afif Hossain goes for 6. Bangladesh lose their seventh. Hossain went for the slice but its straight to the third man. Is there a twist in the tale? This ODI has that 90s and early 2000s vibe where these types of low-scoring thrillers were common. BAN: 134/7 
Tight overs from Shardul, Sundar, Siraj, and Chahar keep India in the game. Bangladesh needs 56 from 78 balls. Afif 5* and Miraz in the middle. Siraj 2/25, and Sundar 2/17 are steaming in and continuously hitting the right lengths. Score after 37 overs, BAN: 131/6
Back-to-back wickets for India. Mushfiqur chops it on and the two well set batters are in the dugout. Siraj had bowled it too close the body and the dab down to thrid man wasn’t there. Bangladesh are now in trouble!
That brings an end to a painstaking knock from Mahmudullah. The batter fell over while playing the shot and was caught in front. Thakur gets a well-deserved wicket as Mahmudullah is gone for 14 (35). Score after 35 overs, BAN: 128/5
What a terrific spell by Shardul Thakur. He hasn’t got any wicket but has given away just 9 runs in 5 overs. Batsmen are toiling hard and that means every run is extremely crucial. 62 balls since the last boundary!   Score after 33 overs, BAN: 122/4
With the game evenly poises, drinks are on the field now. Bangladesh still hold the edge but ever so slightly. A couple of wickets and the tide can turn switfly. India have done well to hang in there. Sundar’s twin strikes has kept India in the game. Mahmudullah and Mushfiqur Rahim remain the key for the hosts. Score after 29 overs, BAN: 110/4
India go into Bangladesh ODI series with one eye on next year’s World Cup
Indian captain Rohit Sharma and Bangladesh skipper Liton Das with the trophy for the three-match ODI series. (BCCI)
Since the combination of captain Rohit Sharma and coach Rahul Dravid took over after the 2021 T20 World Cup, India have played 21 ODIs, the joint-highest for a Test side along with the West Indies in this period. Of course, almost all of these games slipped under the radar in a T20 World Cup year, but not anymore.
After the three-match away series against Bangladesh starting on Sunday, India have at least 12 more ODIs lined up at home, plus potentially half a dozen more in the next Asia Cup in similar conditions, as they build up to the 2023 World Cup which they will host.
After the recent ODI series in New Zealand that was hampered by rain, stand-in skipper for the tour Shikhar Dhawan had said that all these upcoming ODIs in South Asian conditions, starting with the Bangladesh series, would be a more “practical” way to prepare for the World Cup. Dhawan’s point is bolstered by India’s recent past; of the 21 ODIs they have played under this team management, only six have been at home, and all the rest have in fact been played outside Asia – in South Africa, England, West Indies, Zimbabwe and New Zealand. (READ MORE)


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