ICC World Cup 2019: India beat Bangladesh by 28 runs, enters semi-finals!
India beat Bangladesh and enter the semi-finals of the World Cup. Bangladesh team all out for 286 runs.
Team India has made its name in the 40th World Cup 2019 World Cup held in England and Wales. In a match of the ICC Cricket World Cup, Team India defeated Bangladesh by 28 runs in the semi-finals. Team India first scored 314 runs as thanks to Rohit Sharma's century. In reply, the Bangladesh team could not face Indian bowlers properly and all out in 48 overs with 286 runs.
In this way, Bangladesh lost by 28 runs and they were out of the semifinals race. For India, Bumrah hit four wickets for 55 runs and interestingly the four batsmen bowled. Hardik Pandya also took three wickets for 60 runs. The two-time champions were played against Bangladesh at Birmingham's Edgbaston Cricket Ground. In this match, India won the toss and planned to bat first. This was the right decision which turned in favour of India.
Rohit Sharma has scored the most 104 runs from India. Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul gave the Indian team a daunting start to bat first before winning the toss. Both batsmen shared 180 runs for the first wicket. In the meantime, Rohit completed his 26th career and the fourth of this World Cup.
Rohit was caught by Soumya Govt at the score of 104 by Liton Das. After Rohit's dismissal, KL Rahul also lost his wicket for 77 runs. KL Rahul scored 77 runs with six boundaries and a six in 92 balls. Mustafizur Rahman broke the partnership of 43 runs between Virat Kohli and Rishabh Pant.