IND vs BAN: Virat Kohli dominated fielding, took a surprising catch with one hand, watch video
IND vs BAN: Even though Virat Kohli has not been able to do wonders with the bat, but he has won the hearts of crores of fans with his superb fielding.
New Delhi: The three-match ODI series between India and Bangladesh has started. The first match was played at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium in Dhaka on Sunday. Team India’s poor batting may have been seen in this match, but Virat Kohli won the hearts of crores of fans with his superb fielding.
Shakib Al Hasan was dismissed
This scene was seen in the 24th over. Shakib Al Hasan was playing 29 runs in 37 balls. The team’s score was 95 runs and 92 runs were needed to win. As soon as Washington Sundar bowled the third ball of this over in the middle of the ongoing struggle for one run, Shakib tried to blow it over the midwicket, but the fielder standing here, Virat Kohli, jumped and did such a surprising with one hand. Caught the catch that the cricket lovers bit their finger. Eventually Shakib had to return to the pavilion after being caught out.
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Virat Kohli could not do anything special with the bat in this match and got out after scoring just 9 runs in 15 balls. He hit a boundary. Shakib Al Hasan caught him by Liton Das and showed him the way to the pavilion.
Question on Team India’s poor batting
India’s poor batting in the first ODI has raised questions. Shreyas Iyer 24, Washington Sundar 19 and captain Rohit Sharma returned to the pavilion after scoring 27 runs. Shikhar Dhawan 7, Shardul Thakur 2, Shahbaz Ahmed out for a duck. Mohammad Siraj scored 9 and Kuldeep Sen scored 2 runs.
Only KL Rahul could bat well from the Indian team. Wicketkeeper KL, who landed at number five after the dismissal of star batsmen, scored 73 runs in 70 balls, hitting 5 fours and 4 sixes. Team India returned to the pavilion after scoring just 186 runs in 41.2 overs. Shakib Al Hasan bowled brilliantly for Bangladesh, taking 5 wickets for 36 runs in 10 overs. On the other hand, Ebadat Hossein took 4 wickets for 47 runs in 8 overs.