Indian Cricket Team made us proud with the 7th winning of the Asia Cup by knocking Bangladesh out

Once again, Indian Cricket Team made us proud with the 7th winning of the Asia Cup. Today, in the final match India wins over Bangladesh, which made the viewers bite their nails. This match kept the audience on the edges of their seats when Skipper Rohit Sharma decided to let Bangladesh bat after winning the toss.

In Dubai, Bangladesh scored 222 runs in the final match in which Liton Das from Bangladesh was the opener of this match and scored a total of 121 runs off 117 balls. Batsman like Imrul Kayes, Mushfiur Rahman, Mahmud Ullah and Mohammad Mithun failed to score even 10 runs and lost 5 wickets in 31 runs. It's a one by one bowled by Indian Players.

India's Kuldeep Yadav is the knight of this win by taking down three major wickets whereas Kedar Jadhav took 2 tickets. Talking about Team India, Rohit Sharma scored 48 runs in 55 balls, Shikhar Dhawan (15 runs in 14 balls) and Ambati Rayadu got out soon. Former Cap's M.S. Dhoni catch was caught by Mushfiqur and he gave India 36 runs. It was Bangladesh’s Robel Hossain who made it difficult for India to made runs. Within 20 overs, Indian Players only scored 90 runs.

However, with Dinesh Karthik's wicket, it was tough for India to score more.

While everyone's eye was on Team India, Kedar Jadhav took some nice shots before leaving the ground due to a problem in his hamstring. Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Ravindra Jadeja continued to take singles, with Jadeja hitting a four. After Jadeja’s wicket, India needs only 9 runs within 11 balls. Jadhav continued to take a couple of singles in the second last over. Mahmadullah bowled the last over for Bangladesh and Kuldeep Yadav and Kedar Jadhav played intelligently taking quick singles. From the last ball, India required 1 run, which Jadhav took easily.

Celebs like Varun Dhawan, Sunil Grover, Shoaib Akhtar, Mohammad Kaif and others congratulated the Team India win over.

by Soniya Kaur | Sat, Sep 29 - 11:59 AM

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