Ind vs Ban: Bangladesh won the first ODI, Miraj won brilliantly

Bangladesh has won the first ODI against Bangladesh. In the match played at the Shere-e-Bangla Stadium, the Bangladesh team won due to the partnership on the last wicket of the Bangladesh team. There is a partnership of 51 runs for the last wicket.
Batting first, the Indian team had given a target of 187 runs to the hosts, which the team achieved.After India’s batting, Bangladesh’s innings started with the fall of wickets. Deepak Chahar got Najmuk Hussain Shanto out by Rohit Sharma on the very first ball. Shanto returned to the pavilion without opening an account. Anamul Haque and captain Liton Das then tried to handle the innings. During the match, the Indian bowlers did not give much chance to the Bangladesh team to score runs. Siraj fell as Anamul Haque, Bangladesh’s second wicket. He was dismissed by Mohammad Siraj.
Bangladesh’s third wicket has fallen as captain Liton Das, who was dismissed by Washington Sundar. Liton Das strengthened the Bangladesh team but he was dismissed a few runs before his half-century. Liton scored 41 runs in 63 balls with the help of three fours and a six. Bangladesh’s fourth wicket was taken by Washington Sundar as Shakib Al Hasan. Shakib was dismissed by Virat Kohli by catching a tremendous catch. However, for the fifth wicket, the Bangladesh team’s innings looked stable. Bangladeshi batsmen Mahmudullah and Mushfiqur Rahim shared a 25-run partnership for the fifth wicket. Bangladesh’s fifth wicket fell on the score of 128 runs. Shardul Thakur got Mahmudullah out LBW, leaving half the Bangladesh team out. After this the Indian team made a comeback in the match. Bangladesh team’s sixth wicket also fell on the score of 128 runs. Mohammad Siraj clean bowled Mushfiqur Rahim. Rahim scored 18 runs off 45 balls. After this, the Indian team started to have a firm hold on the match. At the same time, Kuldeep Sen, playing his first match, also got his first wicket in the very first match. Bangladesh’s seventh wicket fell as Afif Hussain. After this, Kuldeep Sen returned the eighth wicket to Ibadat Hussain. The special thing is that Kuldeep took two wickets in the debut match.

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