India lost by one wicket in the first ODI against Bangladesh, Team India made a lot of mistakes but a big mistake by Rohit Sharma took the team.
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India had to face defeat in the first ODI against Bangladesh. Team India lost the match by one wicket. There was a time when India was on the verge of winning the match but Bangladesh’s last pair stitched an unbeaten 51-run partnership in 41 balls to register a resounding victory. There were many reasons for Team India’s defeat against Bangladesh, including poor batting, poor fielding, but somewhere Rohit Sharma’s captaincy was also a major reason for this. Rohit Sharma Did not use their bowlers properly which pushed the team towards defeat.
Rohit Sharma, adopting a surprising strategy, made Washington Sundar only 5 overs. While this bowler was performing amazingly. Sundar conceded only 17 runs in 5 overs and had two wickets in his account, but despite this Rohit did not put him in front of Mehdi Hasan and number 11 batsman Mustafizur Rahman. Mustafizur Rahman is a left-handed batsman and Sundar could have proved effective in front of him, he could have taken his wicket but Rohit did not put him on the attack.
Sundar took Shakib’s wicket
Please tell that Washington Sundar also took the wicket of left-handed batsman Shakib Al Hasan. Along with this, he had also taken the wicket of Liton Das. He was getting a lot of help from the pitch but Rohit did not make him bowl against tailender Mustafizur Rahman.
India lost the match they won
Talking about the match, the Indian team batted very badly and got bundled out for 186 runs in 41.2 overs. KL Rahul Played an inning of 73 runs in 70 balls. While Rohit scored 27 and Shreyas Iyer scored 24 runs. After this, the Indian bowlers got the team back by bowling amazingly. Bangladesh had lost 9 wickets for 136 runs at one stage and India needed only one wicket but poor strategy and poor bowling gave Bangladesh the advantage and the historic partnership of Mehdi Hasan-Mustafiur Rahman took Team India to defeat. pushed. India is now 0-1 behind in the ODI series and the second ODI will be played on Wednesday, which is a do or die battle for Team India.