Indian skipper Virat Kohli was seen unhappy with Rohit Sharma, who was quite slowish on the field today at the start. After hitting Bhuvneshwar Kumar for a four on the second delivery, Tamim Iqbal ran for a close single to get off from the strike and it was a chance for the Indian team to cash upon as nervy Tamim took a big risk. However, Rohit Sharma was a bit slow in reaching towards the ball and missed a run out opportunity which disappointed the Indian skipper.
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Kohli was unhappy because Rohit had all time to come and aim at stumps but a bit delay just did not see Rohit getting late towards the ball, but also missing the aim at the stumps. Kohli’s reaction was natural as it was a chance to continue the great start provided by Bhuvnehwar Kumar who scalped the big wicket of Soumya Sarkar on the last delivery of his first over. It was a great ploy by Bhuvneshwar to entice the batsman for a drive, which Sarkar dragged back towards the stumps which took an inside edge of the bat and made contact with stumps to suffer the first blow of the day.
Bangladesh soon lost its second wicket as well in form of Sabbir Rahman, who was caught at point by Ravindra Jadeja on a score of 19, which saw Bangladesh losing the second wicket on 31.