World T20 2014: Top 5 Hits of India-Bangladesh match
In a crucial Group-A match between India and Bangladesh in World T20 2014, India won the match comfortably by 8 wickets. We shall look at the players during this match made an impact over the game with their outstanding performances.
Top 5 Hits of India-Bangladesh match:
Anamul Haque (Bangadesh):
Anamul Haque has been one of the crucial players for Bangladesh. He has been performing really well in every match. He continued his good show against India. He started aggressively but slowed down with fall of quick wickets. But he rebuilt the innings with the help of their captain scoring a well-made 44 off 43 which included 5 boundaries and 2 huge sixers.
Rohit Sharma (India):
Known as one of the finest T20 player of India, Rohit Sharma continued his good show against Bangladesh. He got to a good start against Pakistan and later an unbeaten fifty over West Indies and continued that with a consecutive fifty. He paced his innings in two different stages. He got to a great start smashing the bowlers. Once he reached 40 he gave more strike to Kohli and kept rotating the strike. He put on 100 runs in 75 balls with Kohli for 2nd wicket before he miscued a full toss straight to the fielder at cover after scoring 56.
Virat Kohli (India):
Virat Kohli a young Indian batsman who made his mark very early showing great results in all forms proved out well against Bangladesh. He started slowly taking his time to set in the crease with Rohit on other end was on full flow. But was he got set he took over from him and started to smash. He was unbeaten with 57 off 50 balls which included 3 fours and huge six.
Amit Mishra (India):
With Man of the Match performances in first two games, he continued it in the 3rd game also. Against Bangladesh he was mostly given randomly than back-to-back over like in previous games. He picked up crucial wickets of Anamul Haque and Nasir Hossain and even gave just 25 runs in his four over spell. His googlies were tough for batsmen to read.
Ravichandran Ashwin (India):
Ashwin was a man behind India’s success in 1st two games but was shown out when he picked up two wickets starting the Bangladesh collapse and bowling tightly with containing runs. He picked up the wickets of Tamim Iqbal and Shamsur Rahman in two deliveries when they were trying to take over the bowlers. Tough he picked only two wickets the way he kept the things tight made the wickets fell at other end. He just conceded 15 runs in his four over spell picking up two wickets, which result him the Man of the Match award.
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