Here Are 5 Memorable Clashes between India and Bangladesh
India and Bangladesh have been unto memorable clashes against each other in the past few years. This started from the 2007 World Cup when Bangladesh won a shock win from India. Later in 2016 World T20 when on the game’s last ball, India won by one run win with a wonderful run out dismissal. Here are some more memorable clashes of India and Bangladesh matches:
- March 17, 2007: Bangladesh Won by 5 Wickets
India after winning the toss decided to bat, put up totally 191 runs with Sourav Ganguly (66) and Yuvraj Singh (47) at good scoring board. Whereas Bangladesh won with 9 balls remaining from Tamim Iqbal (51), Mushfiqur Rahim (56) and Shakib Al Hasan (53).
- February 19, 2011: India Won by 87 Runs
This was the first match of the 2011 World Cup hosted by India. Bangladesh won the toss and sent India to bat, Virender Sehwag (175) and Virat Kohli (100) gave Bangladesh total 371 to the target. Bangladesh lost by 87 runs. Kohli became the first Indian scorer to create a century in World Cup debut match.
- March 16, 2012: Bangladesh Won by 5 Wickets
This game is remembered as this was the time when Sachin Tendulkar recorded his 100th international century. India lost the toss and was sent to bat, Tendulkar (114), Virat Kohli (66) and Suresh Raina (51) created a reach of 289 runs in 50 overs. But on the other side Tamim Iqbal (70), Jahurul Islam (53), Nasir Hossain (54), Shakib Al Hasan (49) and Mushfiqur Rahim (46) contributions made India lost for the 3rd time against Bangladesh.
- March 19, 2015: India Won by 109 Runs
In the quarterfinal of 2015 World Cup, India won the match from Bangladesh by 109 runs. Rohit Sharma scored ultimate 137 and India created 302 by batting first, Umesh Yadav sealed the fate of the match for the then defending champions.
- June 21, 2015: Bangladesh Won by 6 Wickets
This cricket match was lost by India against Bangladesh as India just bounded the game at 200 runs. Mustafizur Rahman whose debut match it was took 6 wickets. Rain also played a spoilsport as the target was set for 200 runs in 47 overs. Shakib Al Hasan (51) helped Bangladesh win their first bilateral series over India in style. This win was also their 10th consecutive home win and this match gave them the key to participate in ongoing champion’s trophy.
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