The final ODI match between India and Bangladesh was called off due to rain. Too many rain interruptions helped the game end without producing a result. India were in a similar position like in the previous ODI after choosing to bat. With India winning the earlier two games, eventually the series was also won by them.
Here are the twitter reactions of the game.
India still waiting for clean sweeping Bangladesh in an ODI series.
— CricCrazyMaNiks™ (@CricCrazyNIKS) June 19, 2014
Raina is too smart.
Raina is smart! All the new batsmen are looking to take his spot only in the main team, hence making them bat in difficult conditions… 😀
— Prakash Sinha (@Predicto_Praky) June 19, 2014
Reason must be Indians using Facebook too excessively.
Facebook Down, Indian batting down.. “Don’t worry FB we’re with you” Sincerely: ICT.
— Shubham (@BeingCricketFan) June 19, 2014
An U11s performance from Indian team on these tracks.
Our U11s peed on the pitch. Thank you very much, Engish cricket team.
— Silly Bowden (@SarcasmCricket) June 19, 2014
Even Batsmen won’t like to watch it. That’s how the series went.
So few people care about the Bangladesh-India series that even the batsmen who are playing don’t want to watch it…#BanvInd
— Freddie Wilde (@fwildecricket) June 19, 2014
The most Awful Commentary in Cricket ever.
This commentary sounds like the producers have plucked some rickshaw wallahs off the street and handed them some microphones.
Finally Stuart Binny runs tally crossed the no. of wickets he taken.
Stuart Binny in ODI. Best bowling – 6 wickets. Best batting – 3 runs #BanvInd
— Alchemist (@iBestest) June 19, 2014
FIFA World Cup has overshadowed this India-Bangladesh series.
Unbelievable! India has won the Bangladesh series. And thus totally overshadowed the FIFA World Cup 2014.
— Keh Ke Peheno (@coolfunnytshirt) June 19, 2014
Bangladesh Thanks Rains.
Rain ensures bangladesh end 9 match losing streak in 2014 #headlinesuggestion
— Gaurav Kalra (@gauravkalra75) June 19, 2014