ICC World T20: India vs Bangladesh – Twitter reaction
India hammered the hosts Bangladesh by eight wickets in the World Twenty20 Super-10 group match against India at Mirpur, Dhaka on Friday. Chasing an under-par total of 139 runs to win India chased it down in in the 19th over with nine deliveries to spare.
India chased down the target with help of half-centuries from Virat kohli (57), who was also top-scorer, and Rohit Sharma (56). Twitter world was much more subdued tonight almost expecting an India win. Here is a collection of some of the best Tweets.
Before the match started Indian fans were in a dilemma as to whom to support?
I don’t know which team to support today. There are so many Bangladeshis living in Assam,feels like they’re our countrymen too.
— Enthu Cutlet (@lady_gabbar) March 28, 2014
India once gain performed well with bowl and fans are pleasantly surprised by this sudden change in fortune, Amit Mishra is the main reason and here is why:
Mishraji. DEATH BOWLING WOES se lekar DEATH BOWLING WOWS tak. #WT20
— cricBC (@cricBC) March 28, 2014
Virat Kohli scored half-century once again. It is almost a kind of given when it comes to Kohli
Death, Taxes and Virat Kohli chasing a target in Bangladesh under lights. Certainties. #T20
— Aditya (@forwardshortleg) March 28, 2014
Virat Kohli after that half-century now has broken another record. Here is what Kohli did today.
Highest batting average in #WT20 (min 8 inns batted): V Kohli 66.40, R Sharma 58.55, M Hussey 54.62, U Akmal 50.87, KP 44.61, Gayle 44.38.
— Cricket Record (@cricinfo_record) March 28, 2014
Ravi Shastri is the most hated commentator on Twitter. So check out one such tweet.
*Ravi Shastri in school* Teacher: Halla kisne machaya? Students: Hum! *Teacher goes to RS & slaps* RS: He picked his spot beautifully!
— Keh Ke Peheno (@coolfunnytshirt) March 28, 2014
Shikhar Dhawan failed once again in this match. Check out this sly which sums up Dhawan in this tournament.
Is Shikhar Dhawan on the take with Beijing, all he knows is The Chinese Cut #wtf20
— Gaurav Sethi (@BoredCricket) March 28, 2014
And we end this collection with an apt comparison
Bend it like Beckham. End it like Dhoni. #IndvsBan.
— Yash Jain (@TheYashJain99) March 28, 2014
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