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Monday, June 12, 2017

2017 ICC Champions Trophy in England & Wales SF 02 Bangladesh Vs India @ Edgbaston,Birmingham Thursday June 15,2017


Group A
TeamsMatchesWonLostN/RNet run ratePoints
England (Q)33001.0456
Bangladesh (Q)31110.003
New Zealand3021-1.051
Group B
TeamsMatchesWonLostN/RNet run ratePoints
India (Q)32101.374
Pakistan (Q)3210-0.684
South Africa31200.172
Sri Lanka3120-0.802

India Road to the SF's

India have had a topsy turvy campaign so far in the Champions Trophy. They won two and lost one en route to the last four. Let us see their Road to the Semi Finals:

India won by 124 runs against Pakistan via Duckworth Lewis

In a game interrupted by showers, India oozed class and confidence against their arch-rivals. Virat Kohli and his men knew the importance of starting off well in a tournament and therefore when they were sent in to bat first they did not take any undue risks early on

It paid off as all top four batsmen slammed half-centuries and India propelled themselves to 319. Pakistan never quite got into the chase as they lost wickets in crucial intervals and eventually lost the game by a big margin. Yuvraj Singh picked up the man-of-the-match for his whirlwind 53.

India lost to Sri Lanka by seven wickets

India batted first again in this game and got off to a brilliant start with the openers Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma putting on a stand of 138 runs. But the middle order failed to get going and instead of reaching somewhere around the 360 run mark, they had to settle for just 321.

Sri Lanka lost Dickwella early but then kept on stringing big partnerships and eventually won the game quite comfortably.
India beat South Africa by 8 wickets
The loss against Sri Lanka was a wake up call for the Indians. The defending champions now had to win their virtual quarterfinal against World No.1 side South Africa to make the last four.
India responded in style with a brilliant bowling performance to bowl out South Africa for just 191. Both Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah picked two wickets each to rattle the opposition.
In reply, India had an early set back as Rohit Sharma was out caught behind. But that didn’t stop the likes of Kohli and Yuraj to chase down the target with 72 balls and 8 wickets to spare.
Jasprit Bumrah was adjudged the performer of the match for his 2/28

Bangladesh Road to the SF's

Bangladesh have improved by leaps and bounds in the last two years or so. And that has reflected upon their Champions Trophy results this year as they have made the semifinals and will play India on Thursday. Let us see their Road to the Last Four

Bangladesh lost to England by 8 wickets
England won the toss in the campaign opener and decided to send Bangladesh in. But the Tigers responded brilliantly by putting up a tough fight against the England bowling attack.

Tamim Iqbal starred for them with a 142-ball 148 and later in the innings Mushfiqur Rahim slammed 79 runs to get Bangladesh to a fighting total of 305.

But then England came out all guns blazing. Alex Hales (95), Joe Root (133) and Eoin Morgan (75) made a mockery of Bangladesh’s total as they got across the line with eight wickets and 16 balls to spare. Root bagged the man-of-the-match for his stunning century.

Australia vs Bangladesh: No Result
Bangladesh next had to face the mighty Australians at the Oval. They chose to bat first after winning the toss, a decision which backfired for Mashrafe Mortaza’s side. Only Tamim Iqbal produced a scintillating 95 as the Tigers were bowled out for just 182.
In reply, Australia looked well in course to chase down the total amassing 83 in 16 overs but then rain played spoiltsport. It rescued Bangladesh from an almost certain defeat and the abandoned game resulted in points being split.
Bangladesh beat New Zealand by 5 wickets
New Zealand chose to bat first on the surface at Cardiff and at one stage were coasting at 201/3 but then Ross Taylor was dismissed by Taskin Ahmed which triggered a collapse.
The rest of the Kiwi batsmen could only take their total up to 265 in 50 overs. Bangladesh thought they were in with a chance but those hopes were dashed early on in the innings as they lost four quick wickets.
Veteran all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan and Mahmudullah they slowly but steadily built a partnership. The duo put on a record breaking 224 runs for the fifth wicket and by the time it ended Bangladesh were on the threshold of victory.
Shakib was awarded the man-of-the-match for his knock of 114 runs

Last 5 encounters between Bangladesh and India

June 24, 2015, Mirpur - India won by 77 runs
Put into bat first, India rode on Shikhar Dhawan's 75 and MS Dhoni's 69 to register a massive total of 317. In reply, Soumya Sarkar was the highest run-getter for Bangladesh with 40 runs as Suresh Raina took three wickets and Ravichandran Ashwin returned with figures of 2-35.
June 21, 2015, Mirpur - Bangladesh won by 6 wickets (with 54 balls remaining - Duckworth/Lewis method)
India won the toss and chose to bat first. Yet again only Dhawan (53) and Dhoni (47) were able to show resistance as India were bundled at 200, courtesy of a brilliant bowling spell by Mustafizur Rahman, where he took 6 wickets. In reply, Bangladesh easily reached the total with help of a 51-run knock by Shakib Al Hasan.
June 18, 2015, Mirpur - Bangladesh won by 79 runs
Choosing to bat first, Tamim Iqbal (60) and Soumya Sarkar (54) gave a solid start to Bangladesh and a 51-run contribution from Shakib helped Bangladesh put on board a formidable 307 runs. In reply only Rohit Sharma (63) was up to the task and despite a 40-run knock by Suresh Raina, India was all out at 225. Mustafizur Rahman yet again shone with the ball taking a 5-wicket haul.
March 19, 2015 (ICC World Cup), Melbourne Cricket Ground - India won by 109 runs
Batting first, Rohit Sharma smashed a classy 137 to drive India to a big score of 302 in Melbourne, with Taskin Ahmed picking up 3 wickets. In reply to that, none of the Bangladeshi batsmen could score beyond 35 and got bundled for a mere 193 runs.
June 19, 2014, Mirpur - No result
Winning the toss and choosing to bat first, India had a disastrous start with both openers - Robin Uthappa and Ajinkya Rahane - getting out cheaply. With rain a constant issue, India managed 119 in 34.2 overs before the match was washed out.

After 8622 Runs And 14 Tons, Yuvraj Singh Set To Play 300th ODI

Champions Trophy, India vs Bangladesh: Yuvraj, After 8622 Runs And 14 Tons, Set To Play 300th ODI

Yuvraj Singh was a storehouse of talent at the onset, a rare blend of grace and power, but for the better part of his 17-year-career, Yuvraj Singh has been an enigma as well as a paradox in Indian cricket

He is only the fifth Indian cricketer -- after Mohammed Azharuddin, Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid -- to achieve the rare milestone.

India won the toss and chose to field

Bangladesh scored 264/7 in 50 Overs

Bangladesh innings (50 overs maximum)RB4s6sSR
View dismissalTamim Iqbalb Jadhav70827185.36
View dismissalSoumya Sarkarb Kumar02000.00
View dismissalSabbir Rahmanc Jadeja b Kumar19214090.47
View dismissalMushfiqur Rahimc Kohli b Jadhav61854071.76
View dismissalShakib Al Hasanc †Dhoni b Jadeja15231065.21
View dismissalMahmudullahb Bumrah21252084.00
View dismissalMosaddek Hossainc & b Bumrah15263057.69
Mashrafe Mortaza*not out302550120.00
Taskin Ahmednot out10141071.42
Extras(lb 9, w 7, nb 2, pen 5)23
Total(7 wickets; 50 overs)264(5.28 runs per over)

Wicket Takers(India)

Jasprit Bumrah                           2/39(10 Overs)
Bhuvneshwar Kumar                  2/53(10 Overs)

Kedar Jadhav                               2/22(6 Overs)
Ravindra Jadeja                           1/48(10 Over

India scored 265/1 in 40.5 Overs(Target  265 Runs in 50 Overs)
Shikhar Dhawan                         46(34 Balls 4x7 and 6x1)
Rohit Sharma                             123*(129 Balls 4x15 and 6x1)
Virat Kohli                                   96*(78  Balls 4x13)
Wicket Takers(Bangladesh)
Mashrafe Mortaza                      1/29(8 Overs

Match REsult - India won by 9 Wickets
MOM - Rohit Sharma(India)for his   123*(129 Balls 4x15 and 6x1)

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