T20 Word Cup: Bangla-Bashing sees India advancing to top 4

Group 2 humdinger in Adelaide on Wednesday, today witnesses Indian victory over Bangladesh

In a thrilling match against Bangaldesh, India registers victory marching towards the top four squad of the World Cup 2022.

Today’s match of T20I World Cup has sent across a feeling of delight with India beating Bangladesh by 5 runs.

Scoring another half centry against Bangladesh in Adelaide, India’s world class batter Virat Kohli helped Team India give a target of 184 runs for Bangladesh to chase. Today’s match was another delight for the cricket fans world wide watching a thrilling game which finally witnessed India defeating the rivals.

It was Virat Kohli’s third half century in the world cup which made his total score of twenty one half centuries making him the top batter in the world with the highest number of half centuries. Significantly he has remained not out in all the three times while scoring his half centuries in the world cup in Australia this year.

Good thing, after failing in the last match against South Africa, Team India’s vice captain KL Rahul scored a half century with fifty runs in toto helping India accumulating a good total against the Bangladesh squad.

Arshdeep Singh again impressed with his two wickets and impactful bowling whereas Mohammad Shami also took two wickets. Hardik Pandya could not do much with the bat but while bowling he also succeeded in taking one wicket.

Liton Das gave a very excellent beginning with his half century in 21 balls. His huge hits saw Bangladesh scoring 60 runs with no loss only in 6 overs giving too much pressure to the India. But once he got run out of a straight throw by KL Rahul, his team could not really stand the Indians.

But there was another excellent batter Nurul Hasan Sohan who in the slog overs hit a few good shots and tried to put the India in pressure but finally with a margin of 5 runs India won the game.

Post the rains stopped, Indian bowlers succeeded picking up wickets in quick successions, when Hardik Pandya and Arshdeep Singh picked two wickets each and Shami  also clicked one. Performing good fielding, Team India won the match finally by five runs.