Shakib’s 5 Wickets for India’s Collection of 186 Runs

Shakib's 5 Wickets for India's Collection of 186 Runs
Shakib’s 5 Wickets for India’s Collection of 186 Runs

In the ongoing first ODI in Mirpur, the Indian batsmen were bundled out for 186 runs due to Shakib’s brilliant bowling. Shakib Al Hasan took 5 wickets. Ebadat Hossain also bowled well. India’s batting lineup collapsed under their bowling cannon. Lokesh Rahul is the only one who scored good runs for India. He played the highest innings of 73 runs off 70 balls. And to say that no one could run.

Tiger captain Liton Das won the toss and decided to bowl in the first of the three-match ODI series at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur on Sunday.

Rohit Sharma’s team lost the toss and batted first. In the beginning, the two openers Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan batted very slowly. Dhawan returned to Sajghar with only 7 runs off 17 balls by Mehdi Miraj. Scored 48 runs for 1 wicket in Powerplay.

Mehdi Hasan Miraj came to bowl in the sixth over. Dhawan goes to reverse sweep Mirage. The ball hits his leg and reaches his chest. Then hit the stumps. Bangladesh gets the first wicket. Dhawan returned to Sajghar with team 23 and personal 7 runs.

After that, Shakib Al Hasan struck a double blow in the Indian camp. Shakib’s first victim is Indian captain Rohit Sharma. The team’s run was 48. 27 runs from 31 balls came from Rohit’s bat. When the team’s run was 49, Shakib’s second victim was Kohli. This runs machine of India scored 9 runs off 15 balls.

Shreyas Iyer and KL Rahul gave some hope to the Indian camp, which lost 3 wickets for 49 runs. However, Bangladesh was again hit by India’s 92 runs. Now Ebadat Hossain returned Ayer. This batsman returned with a catch to Liton for a personal 24 runs.

After that, Rahul continued to advance the team keeping one edge. Washington Sunder was keeping him company for a while. But once again Shakib blocked. The world’s best all-rounder pulled Washington back to 19 runs again.

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Bangladesh became more devastated after breaking this pair. Shakib-Ebadat took three more wickets in the next two overs. In the 35th over, Shakib picked up his fifth wicket by sending Deepak Chahar LBW.

On the other hand, Rahul was trying to move forward little by little with Siraj in the face of great danger. But he was not given that opportunity. The right-arm pacer returned India’s last hope, KL Rahul, to 73 runs. He also took the last wicket.

For Bangladesh, Shakib took five wickets with 36 runs in 10 overs with 2 maidens. Ebadat also got four wickets with 47 runs in 8 overs. Mehdi Hasan Miraj took the remaining wicket.

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