The third ODI in Mirpur turned out to be yet another one sided clash. This time around however, the winning team was different, as India comprehensively defeated the hosts by 77 runs. With this win, the Indians can finally end the tour with happy memories. A loss in the third ODI, could have been catastrophic for the Indians as it would have attracted severe criticism.
The visitors were put into bat by Mashrafe Mortaza, who had no hesitation in bowling first. The Indians, led by the enigmatic MS Dhoni in the middle raked up 318 in their 50 overs. It was a combined batting effort as Dhawan, Dhoni, Rayudu and Raina made healthy contributions. The bowling too responded well, as they found their confidence back.
Below, is the summary of the game in the form of tweets. We have a look at the Twitter reactions for the 3rd ODI between Bangladesh and India.
— Krishna Chopra (@krishnachopra05) June 24, 2015
The effectiveness of Indian bowling is directly proportional to the number of runs its batsmen score… #BANvIND
— Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) June 24, 2015
Soumya Sarkar (44.18*) is the only Bangladeshi batsman in ODIs with a 40+ batting average, among batsmen with 5 or more innings #BanvInd
— Mohandas Menon (@mohanstatsman) June 24, 2015
— Faisal Caesar (@faisalyorker) June 24, 2015
— Vignesh Kiswanth (@kiswanth14) June 24, 2015
Bachche abhi bhi Bachche hi hai! 😛 Par Bade beparwah ho gaye hai! 😀 #BANvIND
— Chetan Jassi (@JassiChetan19) June 24, 2015
— Harshit Jain (@hj20250) June 24, 2015
Clinical performance by India ! Banglawash has been avoided & MSD has made a strong statement to his critics.Well played skipper #BANvIND
— Ahmer Nazir (@iAhmer) June 24, 2015
— Mirza Saadat Baig (@msb39321) June 24, 2015
Should have had a 5-match series. Pch. #BANvIND
— Aishwaryaa Haridas (@ImAishu_) June 24, 2015
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