Following India’s seven-wicket prevail upon Bangladesh in their ICC Cricket World Cup match here on Thursday, captain Rohit Sharma offered a report on the wellness of all-rounder Hardik Pandya, who harmed his lower leg while bowling. In India’s success Jasprit Bumrah, captain Rohit Sharma, Shubman Gill and Virat Kohli conveyed diversion and records, however ‘Men dressed in Blue’ were still left with something to stress over, the wellness of Pandya after he curved his lower leg.
“It was a decent success. Something that we were anticipating. We didn’t begin well yet we pulled it back well in the center stages and at the back end too (on the bowling and the handling). The last three games we have played, our handling has been great. We proceeded with that today. Something is in your control. You attempt and set forth as much energy as possible. Bowlers were sufficiently brilliant to comprehend what kind of lines and lengths were required,” expressed Rohit in a post-match show.
“He (Jadeja) was splendid with the ball and took a splendid catch. However, 100 (by Virat) is 100 – you can’t beat that. (On the handling decorations players get after each game) We have something happening in the gathering. Lifts everybody up. Folks who end up with the most awards, there is something uniquely amazing for them.”
“He (Pandya) pulled up a piece sore. There is no significant harm, that is great as far as we’re concerned. Yet, clearly, with a physical issue like that, we need to evaluate consistently and we will do whatever is required. (Game against NZ) Each game is a major event. (On the help) We all in the crew have gone through such strain – jams coming on a large scale. It is exceptional as far as we’re concerned. The group has not disheartened us and I’m almost certain it will get greater and stronger pushing ahead,” closed Rohit.
Coming to the match, Bangladesh selected to bat first and there was a 91-run opening stand between Tanzid Hasan (51 of every 43 balls with four limits and three sixes) and Litton Das (66 out of 82 balls, with seven fours).
Following that, Bangladesh continued to lose wickets at normal spans, however significant thumps came from Mahmudullah (46 of every 36 balls, with three fours and three sixes) and wicketkeeper-hitter Mushfiqur Rahim (38 out of 46 balls, with a four and six) that took Bangladesh to 256/8 out of 50 overs.
Ravindra Jadeja (2/38) and Jasprit Bumrah (2/41) were the pick of the bowlers for India. Mohammed Siraj accepted two wickets too while Kuldeep Yadav and Shardul Thakur got one each.
In the pursuit of 257, captain Rohit Sharma (48 out of 40 balls, with seven fours and two sixes) and Shubman Gill (53 of every 55 balls with five fours and two sixes) determined the end result with their organization itself. Virat’s 100 years and association with KL Rahul (34*), which saw a few engaging running between the wickets was a good to beat all.
Mehidy Hasan Miraz took two wickets for Bangladesh and was the pick of the bowlers.
With four successes in four matches, India is in the second spot in the focuses table with eight places. New Zealand is at the top with a superior net-run-rate. Bangladesh is in the seventh spot with one win and three misfortunes.
Virat turned into the ‘Man of the Counterpart’ for his ton.