Live Score Updates From India vs. Bangladesh: Bangladesh Bowlers Slow Down India’s Run Chase
After suffering a devastating loss in the first one-day international match against Bangladesh on Sunday at Mirpur by one wicket, Team India will seek to get back on track (December 4). If Rohit Sharma’s team wants to keep their hopes of winning this one-day international (ODI) series against the hosts in Bangladesh alive, they need to win this game. Following their one-game one-day international series loss to New Zealand a month ago, India will be eager to avoid losing consecutive ODI series.
Earlier on Wednesday, in the second one-day international of the series between India and Bangladesh, Bangladesh achieved a score of 271 for seven. After being reduced to 69 for six in 19 overs, Bangladesh elected to bat first, and Mehidy Hasan Miraz (100 not out) blasted a first One-Day International century. He also formed a 148-run partnership with Mahmudullah (77), which helped propel Bangladesh to a competitive total. The most successful bowler for India was Washington Sundar, who took three wickets, followed by Mohammed Siraj (2/73) and Umran Malik (2/58) Both of these bowlers also took two wickets apiece. The score in the series is 1-0 in favour of Bangladesh. Follow the live score updates of the second One-Day International cricket match between India and Bangladesh.
Shreyas Iyer and Axar Patel each scored fifty runs to put India in an advantageous position as they attempted to beat Bangladesh’s total of 272. However, both of them were eliminated in rapid succession, restoring Bangladesh’s authority over the situation. Mehidy Hasan Miraz took the catch that led to the dismissal of Iyer on 82, and afterwards Ebadot Hossain defeated Axar (56). Both openers for India, Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan, were out inside the first three overs, which left their team in a difficult position. After that, Shakib Al Hasan dismissed Washington Sundar, which placed India three runs behind.
Deepak Chahar is out for 11 after being dismissed by Ebadot Hossain, who gets his third wicket. INDIA is at 213 for eight against Bangladesh, needing 59 runs in 29 balls.