Team India has registered its third victory in four matches of the T20 World Cup 2022 and in all three matches Virat Kohli’s bat has scored half-centuries.
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About 6-and-a-half years ago at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru, the same fun was seen in Adelaide on November 2. In the T20 World Cup 2016, the India-Bangladesh match was about to turn into a big upset, but Team India somehow won that match. This time in Adelaide under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma team india He showed the ability to make a comeback in difficult conditions and beat Bangladesh by 5 runs (Duckworth-Lewis rule) in a surprising match that lasted till the last ball.
In Adelaide, both the teams played some amazing cricket, but some rain affected, some India’s best fielding was amazing and then finally who was stronger mentally, the match was decided by this. India had given a target of 185 runs to Bangladesh, after which it started strongly and scored 66 runs in 7 overs. Then the play was interrupted for about 45 minutes due to rain, after which Bangladesh got a target of 151 runs by the Duckworth-Lewis rule, where it missed after coming close.
4 stars for India’s victory
Rain changed the match-Bangladesh made a tremendous start in response to the target from India. Litton Das scored a half-century in just 21 balls. Bangladesh had scored 66 runs in 7 overs without losing any wicket. In such a situation, when the game was stopped due to rain, she was 17 runs ahead according to the Duckworth-Lewis rule. That is, if the match had not started again, Bangladesh would have won. Luck favored India and the match started again, after which Bangladesh had to score 85 runs in the next 9 overs and the team lost wickets in an attempt to play big shots here.
Fielding of Team India including Rahul When the match started again after rain, Team India got a big wicket on the second ball. Coming running from deep midwicket, Rahul quickly picked up the ball and hit a straight throw on the non-striker’s end. This gave India the most important wicket of Litton Das, from where success continued in every over. Suryakumar Yadav took two good catches, while other fielders also saved some important runs.
Arshdeep-Hardik- Shami’s best bowling: After the rain, the whole team India had changed and the bowlers who hit the bowling in the beginning made a wonderful comeback. In the 10th over, Mohammed Shami gave only 4 runs and took 1 wicket. After this, Arshdeep broke Bangladesh’s back by taking the wickets of Afif and Shakib in the 12th over. Only 2 runs came from this over. In the very next over, Hardik gave only 7 runs and took out 2 more wickets. Then in the last over, Bangladesh needed 20 runs to win and young Arshdeep gave India the victory for 14 runs.
Good innings of Virat-Rahul: Before this match, KL Rahul was flop in three consecutive innings. Nevertheless, captain Rohit Sharma and coach Rahul Dravid gave one more chance. Rahul answered this confidence with a fine half-century. By scoring 50 runs in just 32 balls, Rahul prepared a banging foundation. At the same time, Virat Kohli played a big role in taking the team to a strong score of 184 with the third half-century in four matches. Apart from him, Suryakumar Yadav and Vichandran Ashwin made important contributions.