3 Most Memorable Wins For India Against Bangladesh In T20Is
After a convincing win over South Africa at home, India will face Bangladesh in a three-match Twenty20 Internationals starting from November 3 (Sunday). The Men in Blues will hope to keep up their winning run over the Tigers as they look to seal their combination for the ICC T20 World Cup in 2020.
Meanwhile, the host will be without their skipper Virat Kohli, who has opted to take a break from the upcoming series. Instead, Rohit Sharma will lead the team as he has done over time. The upcoming series will provide opportunities to youngsters like Sanju Samson and Shivam Dube to provide their mettle at the international stage.India. Credit: BCCI
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Delhi’s Arjun Jaitley Stadium will host the first game of the series while Rajkot and Nagpur will host the next two matches. Meanwhile, over the years, India-Bangladesh have produced som exciting encounters in the shortest format of the game and the spectators will be eager to looking forward to once again.
We at Cricket Addictor will take a look at the three most memorable win for Team India against Bangladesh in the history of T20I cricket:
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1) 2016 Asia Cup FinalMS Dhoni. Photo: Reuters
If Bangladesh thought they had a sniff when they got Shikhar Dhawan out in the 13th over, their hopes were quickly snuffed out by MS Dhoni. The Indian captain launched a monster hit over mid-wicket off Al-Amin before hitting a four and a six to finish the match with seven balls to spare.
Bangladesh fought hard but 120 wasn’t enough on this wicket. They got Rohit early but Kohli and Dhawan took the game away with that 94-run second-wicket stand. Kohli chipped in with a brisk 41 while Dhoni’s 6-ball 20 ensured India completed an eight-wicket victory in a rain-affected encounter.
Previously, the Tigers had posted 120 runs from 15 overs but it was not enough to keep the Indian batters at bay.