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Rahul-Kohli Gave India the Required Momentum; Bangladesh Needs 185 to Win

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Rahul-Kohli Gave India the Required Momentum; Bangladesh Needs 185 to Win

Key Highlights 

  • Bangladesh won the toss and chose to bowl first. 

 

  • Hasan Mahmud took 3 crucial wickets for his team. 

 

  • Kohli amassed the highest runs, 64 not out in 44 balls and KL Rahul made 50. 

 

  • India scored 184 runs. 

 

At Adelaide Oval stadium, Bangladesh won the toss and chose to bat first against India. 

 

 KL Rahul and Sharma opened the batting attack to face the bowling attack from Mustafizur. 

 

 Giving India a wonderful start, Rahul crunched a beautiful six in the 2nd over. Rohit had a bad day and got an early dismissal from Hasan Mahmud. Rahul began playing his great innings and smacked a four and six in the 4th over, reaching at a score of 22-1 after 4 overs. 

 

 The lethal duo of Kohli and Rahul helped the team to cross the half-century with a score of 52-1 after 8 overs.

 

 What a gameplay by Rahul and Kohli in the 9th over, they got out two fours and two sixes with the Men In Blue proudly standing at a score of 76-1 after 9 overs. 

 

 Overcoming the sloppy performance in the T20 World Cup, Rahul posted a significant run score of 50 in 32 balls and lost his wicket to Shakib. Thereafter, Suryakumar Yadav took the batting charge on the crease and he crashed his first four in the immediate over. 

 

 After breaking the partnership of Kohli and Rahul, India men still stood tough against the Bangladesh pacers and crossed the century after 12 overs with a score of 101-2. 

 

 SKY thumped two back-to-back boundaries and one more in the 13th over. Fueling 30 runs in 16 balls, SKY got out on the delivery from Shakib. 

 

 Hardik disappointed his fans as he lost his wicket early on a delivery from Hasan Mahmud. 

 

 Virat Kohli stood tall in his innings and reached his 50 and India team had a score of 150-5 after 17 overs. 

 

 After the loss of the wicket of Dinesh Karthik, Axar Patel took the batting charge and hit a boundary on a throw from Mustafizur. Kohli kept his performance high with the bat in the death overs as well with his powerful fours and sixes, shifting the score to 170-6 after 19 overs. In the last over, Ashwin clubbed a four and a six to long off the fence. 

 

 In the 

 

IND vs BAN match, with the glorious efforts of KL Rahul after a long gap and Kohli on a powerful support, team India drilled a run score of 184 in 20 overs. 

 

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