Set a daunting target of 445 runs, Mumbai were 61 for no loss at stumps on day two of the semifinal.
Prolonged poor form of Tamim Iqbal is hurting Bangladesh immensely and they have gone down as an ODI team.
Karthik made 113, while fifties from Shankar, Prasanna and Indrajith ensured that TN pile up 426/5.
Samiullah Shenwari played the innings of his life to steer Afghanistan to their first win the World Cup.
Bangladesh skipper Mortaza can only hope the team’s worst game of the World Cup is now behind it.
Dilshan hopes to play on for a couple more years, which would see him padding up in his 40s.
Samuels appeared to run his thumb from one side of his throat to the other to mark his 100 vs Zimbabwe.
Two facile victories over Pak and SA papered over the cracks that seemed to appear in India’s death batting.
It was the most-watched television event in India in the last four years, since the finals of the 2011 World Cup.
Shenwari turned this contest on its head with a 147-ball 96 featuring seven fours and five sixes.
Bangladesh kept losing wickets at regular intervals and eventually fell short of the target by 92 runs.
Chasing a paltry total, Afghanistan were no where in the contest but Shenwari’s fighting 96 helped them cross the line.
Mumbai touched a new low as they were bundled out for 44, their second lowest innings total in the Ranji Trophy.
Vijay Shankar hit an unbeaten half-century on the opening day of the semifinal between TN and Maharashtra.
India’s ominous form in the premier event has impressed many.
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