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Bangladesh started the World Cup losing to India by 84 runs

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Stuart Law was proved wrong. After India scored two and a half hundred in U-19 World Cup today, it was being said in the commentary room that India has got a good score. It is the third highest score in this field. Seeing the ball stopping on the wicket, many were saying that India had got a fighting score.

But the Bangladesh coach said during the break, they are very happy to restrict India to 251 runs. The wicket is pretty good. But Bangladesh has not learned to play full 50 overs on ‘good wickets’. Yuwara of Bangladesh all out for 167 runs in 45.5 overs. Bangladesh started the title recovery mission after losing by 84 runs.

Bangladesh won the U-19 Asia Cup last December. On that way, Shibli-Marufra defeated India in the semi-finals.

The Indian lineup collapsed against Bangladesh in the Asia Cup. Two wickets fell at the start of the day, but Man of the Match Adarsh ​​Singh’s 76 gave India the foundation for their double hundred. Some short innings towards the end brought the team a safe score.

In the Asia Cup, Bangladesh also collapsed in the innings. Ariful Islam’s great innings on that day did not let the pressure sit down. Arif tried in the same situation today, but could not save the team losing 4 wickets for 50 runs.

The run chase started well. The danger started after scoring 38 runs without a wicket. Zeeshan returned by catching Limbani’s ball. In the next over, Rizwan just bowled a length ball while pulling Somya Pandey. Opener Shibli Pandey, who scored 14 runs from 35 balls, came forward in the next over and bowled, this time again on length.

Ahrar Amin played a very bad shot and was lbw in the 15th over. This situation was also handled by Arif and Shihab James. 77 runs came in the fifth wicket partnership of the two. 125 runs were needed from 95 balls at one stage. Difficult, but not impossible for two batsmen to set up. But Arif (41) was caught by another left-arm spinner Mushir Khan to the wicketkeeper.

James (54) was LBW by Mushir. Mallya dismissed captain Mahfuzur Rahman. Bangladesh lost the last 4 wickets for 10 runs. Pandey took 4 wickets for 24 runs in left-arm spin, Mushir took 2 wickets.

Bangladesh are now third after Ireland beat USA yesterday in the other group match. Bangladesh must win the remaining two matches.


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