A Perfect Throw From Rahul After The Rain Changed The Fortunes Of The Match, India Had The Last Laugh After A Tough Fight: Liton Das’s struggle failed. Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan won the toss and decided to bowl first in the very important match of the T20 World Cup today. Batting first, after India made 184 runs, the mood in which Liton Das was batting in the Bangladesh Open, the Indian cricket fans were terrified. But after seven overs, the game was interrupted due to rain and it was as if Bangladesh lost their rhythm. In the end, the Indian team won the match by just 5 runs.
Rohit Sharma failed once again with the bat on the batting-friendly wicket of Adelaide Oval. He was caught at deep square once today. But because Hasan Mamud had left his catch, Rohit got out with a catch in the foul. Hitman failed but today his opening partner Lokesh Rahul is very successful.
The Indian opener started very slowly. But as soon as Rohit Sharma got out, Rahul chose the path of attack. On the other hand, Virat Kohli became the highest run-scorer in the history of the T20 World Cup with just 16 runs. And on the other hand, Rahul completed his first half-century in the current World Cup in just 31 balls. After his dismissal, Suryakumar Yadav started attacking the Bangladesh bowling with the bat. On the other hand, Virat Kohli completed his third half-century in the current World Cup. After the dismissal of Surya Kumar Yadav, India posted a score of 184 runs in 20 overs thanks to the aggressive batting of Kohli and Ashwin. Mamud has spent a lot of runs despite taking three wickets today. Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan took the wickets of Lokesh Rahul and Suryakumar Yadav for 33 runs in 4 overs.
After that, Naam and Liton Das stormed with the bat to open the run. Bangladesh scored 60 runs in the power play, 95 percent of which came from Liton’s bat. Bangladesh scored 66 runs without picking up any wickets in 7 overs after he scored a brilliant half-century off 21 balls. With 118 runs remaining in 13 overs, rain interrupted the game. It was seen from the calculation that if the game could not be started after that, they would have scored 17 runs more than the runs required by Bangladesh at the end of 7 overs. As a result, the fans of Bangladesh were quite relieved.
But eventually, the rain stopped and the match resumed. The match went to 16 overs instead of 20 and Bangladesh’s revised target was 151 runs. After the resumption of the match, in the first over, Lokesh Rahul’s great throw forced Liton (60), who was batting fast, to return to the dressing room. Bangladesh lost 6 wickets out of 40 runs in the next 6 overs. Even then, Taskin Ahmed and Nurul Hasan tried desperately. Bangladesh needed 31 runs to win in the last two overs. Both the batsmen played some big shots. But Bangladesh could not get more than 145 runs in 16 overs in the last over of Arshdeep’s cool head. Hardik Pandya and Arshdeep with two wickets each for India after the rain. Mohammed Shami also got a wicket. After today’s victory, India’s place in the semi-finals is virtually assured. Barring a huge loss in their last Super Twelve match against Zimbabwe does not prevent them from making it to the semi-finals.