India vs Bangladesh Highlights WT20 Match Last Over Thriller

India vs Bangladesh Highlights WT20 Match Last Over Thriller

India vs Bangladesh Highlights WT20 Match Last Over Thriller. India win last ball thriller against Bangladesh in the t20 world cup match to stay alive in the tournament. Bangladesh needed two runs from their final three balls with four wickets in hand and contrived to lose from there.

India vs Bangladesh Highlights WT20 Match Last Over ThrillerIndia win by a solitary run and so they stay alive in the tournament. They’re now up against Pakistan and Australia for one spot in the semi-final. This performance will give India a lot of confidence. The entire team pulled together to get through. They were in a difficult spot. But they pulled through and now their game again Australia is a virtual quarter final.


India vs Bangladesh Highlights

The group match of India vs Bangladesh Staring at a comfortable defeat at the hands of a revitalised Bangladesh at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru, Hardik Pandya bowled an unforgettable three balls to take India home from absolutely nowhere. Needing 11 runs in the final over, it all looked done and dusted as Bangladesh scored nine runs in the first three balls –Mushfiqur Rahim hitting consecutive boundaries, with the diminutive right-hander even celebrating after striking the second one, knowing the match was won.

Or so he though, at least. Next ball, Mushfiqur went for the glamour shot to try and finish off the innings in style, and holed out in the deep. Next ball, Mahmudullah, so calm and composed, usually, was caught near the boundary line as well, to leave Bangladesh needing two runs from one ball.

Shuvagata Hom was the man who needed to get bat on ball, but he missed a wide delivery from Pandya, and Dhoni ran like Usain Bolt to clip off the bails before Mustafizur Rahman reached his crease to give India a stunning victory by, yup, one run; a single, crazy, crazy run.

This was a match when the batsmen finally needed to come to the party, but on an albeit tacky wicket, the willow-wielders failed to put the runs on the board, after being asked to bat first, managing just 146/7 in their 20 overs, failing to gain the impetus needed at the top, middle or the end.

Bangladesh might have lost their first two matches of the World T20, but facing India on Indian soil for the first time in 18 years, they did everything to ensure they would not fluff their lines, silencing the vast majority of the capacity crowd for the bulk of the chase, before falling short in the most dramatic of circumstances.

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