As usual, a simple wins for the hosts. Rohit Sharma’s 85 simply made it easy. Chasing 154, with dew around, Sharma ensured that there were no apprehensions on the best way to move toward the pursuit as he just assaulted from the word go. The 118-run stand for the opening wicket coming in 65 balls was only the tone India required. This is the thing that they missed in the last game.
Here, they got the chance and pounded the bowlers. With the dew around, Bangladesh couldn’t do a lot, and they just collapsed.
Indian captain Rohit Sharma showed others how it’s done and helped India beat Bangladesh by eight wickets on Thursday. Sharma, in the wake of coming up short with the bat, presented appropriate reparations and scored 50 in his 100th T20I appearance. Captain Rohit Sharma finished his 18th fifty off only 23 balls. He missed on his 100 by 15 runs however by then he had guaranteed there was very little left in the game. His opening partner Dhawan likewise played a considerable knock as he scored 31 runs. Shreyas Iyer stayed unbeaten on 24 off 13 balls to see India home with multiple overs left in the game. Bangladesh got off to a strong beginning and scored 54 runs in the power play yet neglected to profit by the beginning and could just post 153/6 on the board.