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India vs Bangladesh, World Cup 2019 Warm-up Match Highlights: India win by 95 runs

India vs Bangladesh, World Cup 2019 Warm-up Match Highlights: The Bangladesh innings had one sizeable 120-run partnership between Liton Das (73 off 90 balls) and Mushfiqur Rahim (90 off 94 balls) and double strikes by three bowlers.

India vs Bangladesh, World Cup 2019 Warm-up Match Highlights: Kuldeep Yadav took three wickets, including the big wicket of Mushfiqur Rahim (Reuters Photo)

India vs Bangladesh, World Cup 2019 Warm-up Match Highlights: India won their second World Cup warm-up match at the Sophia Gardens in Cardiff on Tuesday, beating Bangladesh by 95 runs. Bangladesh won the toss and elected to bowl. India did not get off the best possible start, being 102/4 at one stage. However, a fine 164-run stand between KL Rahul and MS Dhoni put India in a good position. Ravindra Jadeja and MS Dhoni (113 off 78 balls) struck some lusty blows at the end to take the India total to 359/7 at the end of 50 overs.

The Bangladesh innings was a tale of one promising 120-run partnership between Liton Das (73 off 90 balls) and Mushfiqur Rahim (90 off 94 balls) and double strikes by three bowlers. All three of Jasprit Bumrah, Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav found themselves on hat-tricks in different parts of the innings. None of the other Bangladesh batsman could stick around for long, however, after the wickets of Liton and Mushfiqur, as their innings was wrapped up for 264 in 49.3 overs.

ICC Cricket World Cup Warm-up Matches, 2019Sophia Gardens, Cardiff 21 July 2019

Bangladesh 264 (49.3)

vs

India 359/7 (50.0)

Match Ended ( Day - Match 10 ) India beat Bangladesh by 95 runs

 

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India vs Bangladesh, World Cup 2019 Warm-up Match: Highlights

India win by 95 runs

That's it! All over! India win their second warm-up match against Bangladesh by 95 runs. After 100s by KL Rahul and MS Dhoni, Kuldeep and Chahal took three wickets each to lead India to victory. BAN - 264 all out after 49.3 ovs

Ninth wicket falls

WICKET! Bangladesh lose their 9th wicket. Shaifuddin caught Kuldeep bowled Chahal for 18. India's spinners have woven a web around the Bangladesh middle and lower order. Jadeja bowling the last over of the day. BAN- 262/9 after 49 ovs. 

What a day for keepers!

MS Dhoni(113), Tom Blundell (106), Shai Hope (101), all scored centuries in World Cup warm-up matches today. Mushfiqur Rahim finished with 90. KL Rahul, of course, the star of the day for India, is also an occasional keeper.

Five overs left

Youngsters Mehidy Hasan and Shaifuddin putting up a mini-resistance. Nice to see Chahal and Mehidy Hasan sharing a laugh as well. No pressure on the players, they're all just soaking up the World Cup atmosphere. BAN - 230/8 after 45 ovs

Bangladesh lose their eighth wicket

WICKET! Sabbir Rahman is dismissed for 7 by Jadeja. India spinners seem to be in a hurry to finish this off. Mushfiqur's wicket has brought about a collapse. BAN- 216/8 after 40.3 ovs

Another wicket for Kuldeep

STUMPED! Two in two for Kuldeep! Mosaddek Hossain is stumped by Karthik. Karthik replaced Dhoni behind the stumps two overs ago, he has a stumping victim to his name from today as well now. BAN- 216/7 after 39.3 ovs

Mushfiqur is out

BOWLED! Kuldeep the man again! Gets Mushfiqur Rahim's middle stump. Rahim gone for 90. Rahim went for the slog sweep again, a shot that has brought him so much joy today. It was the wrong one from Kuldeep though, it went through Mushfiqur's gate and smacked against his middle stump. BAN - 216/6 after 39.2 ovs

Mushfiqur on the charge

200 up for Bangladesh. The required run rate has now climbed above 13 though. Mushfiqur giving Jadeja the charge. He's not just finding the rope with his heaved strokes, he is also finding the gaps in the field for the ones and twos. Moves on to 90 off 93 balls. Ban - 215/5 after 39 ovs

Mahmudullah is bowled

Kedar Jadhav on the field

That's a welcome sight for Indian fans! Kedar Jadhav, who is battling to get to full fitness before the World Cup starts, is on the field as a substitute fielder. 

Double strike for Chahal

LBW! Two wickets in two balls for Chahal! On a hat-trick now! Mohammad Mithun goes for a duck. Mahmudullah comes in at No. 6. Averts the hat-trick chance. India have wrested back the initiative in this over though. BAN- 169/4 after 32 ovs

Liton Das is out

STUMPED! Liton Das is out for a 90-ball 73. Chahal gets the wicket, Dhoni with the lightning hands. Did that break in play have any part to play in the dismissal? Did Liton Das lose his concentration when he got hit in the last over? Mushfiqur is joined by Mohammad Mithun. BAN- 169/3 after 31.3 ovs

Liton Das needs attention

We have a break in play as Liton Das miscues a Ravindra Jadeja delivery almost onto his throat. Physios out to take a look at possible damage, but we are okay to continue. Jadeja has been the most economical India bowler so far. Conceded only one run in his third over. His bowling figures now 3-0-10-0. BAN - 164/2 after 31 ovs

Fifty for Mushfiqur

Mushfiqur Rahim brings up his fifty as well. The partnership between him and Liton Das now 108. In the commentary box, Sourav Ganguly remarks how the batsmen have decided to get a move on. With the sun beating down on the pitch hard, the ball might just be coming on to the bat a little better than before as well. BAN- 159/2 after 29 ovs

Fifty for Liton Das

Liton Das brings up his fifty. Gets there in 65 balls. Mushfiqur Rahim still with him. Yuzvendra Chahal is into the attack now. Bangladesh are looking to up the ante now. Both Shankar and Chahal operating at economy rates in excess of 7.  BAN- 125/2 after 24 ovs

100 up

100 comes up for Bangladesh. Mushfiqur Rahim and Liton Das keeping them in the hunt. Vijay Shankar bowling his second over. With KL Rahul having almost sealed the No. 4 role, could Vijay Shankar threaten Hardik Pandya's place in the side? BAN- 102/2 after 20 ovs

Bangladesh consolidate

After Bumrah's twin strike, Mushfiqur Rahim and Liton Das consolidate the Bangladesh innings. Rahim now on 25, Liton Das now on 35. Vijay Shankar introduced into the attack for India. BAN- 85/2 after 18 ovs

Spin introduced

Kohli introduces spin in the form of chinaman Kuldeep Yadav. Yadav has bowled a brief spell of two overs but without any success. Bhuvneshwar Kumar is operating from the end. When will Chahal come into play? BAN- 74/2 after 14.4 ovs

Bumrah on fire

Bumrah takes two in two! Soumya Sarkar goes for 25 caught behind, before Shakib Al Hasan is bowled first ball! Bangladesh 49/2 at the end of the powerplay. However, Rahim negotiates hattrick delivery safely.

Driven

FOUR runs, pitched up a little, possibly for the first time today by Bumrah, and Liton has chipped that back down the ground, just past the bowler for a four. This pitch seems perfect for batting and Bangladesh seem they are in the mood for the big chase.  BAN- 47/0 after 8 ovs

Steady start

Chasing 360, Bangladesh are off to a steady start with Soumya Sarkar and Liton Das. Soumya is the aggressor of the two hitting three fours in his brief knock. He is unbeaten on 22. BAN- 31/0 after 4 ovs

Bangladesh Resume

Liton Das and Soumya Sarkar are at the crease. Liton Das is on strike. Shami will open the attack. Bangladesh need 360 to win. Soumya finishes the first with a four and a six. Bumrah is bowling the second.

Innings Break!

Centuries from MS Dhoni and KL Rahul boost India to an imposing 359/7 in their final warm-up match in Cardiff. That was pretty much the perfect warm-up innings for India. How will Bangladesh respond?

Hundred for Dhoni

Century for MS Dhoni, reaches the milestone with a 6 down the ground. This is the best that Dhoni has batted in an ODI for a long time. From the very start of his innings, he batted with excellent intent, particularly against spin - which has caused him such problems in this last four years. A massive plus for India

WICKET

Hardik Pandya goes for the big hit but Sabbir Rahman takes a good catch at long-on. Shakib picks up the wicket and Pandya departs for 21 of just 11 balls. IND- 325/6

300 up for India

A cracking six by Dhoni moves him into the 90's and 300 comes up for India. IND- 302/5 after 46.2 ovs

Meanwhile

A 23-ball half-century from Andre Russell. West Indies are well on track for a score in excess of 400 in Bristol.

BOWLED!

Rahul goes for the big slog but ends up losing his leg stump. Hardik Pandya joins MS Dhoni at the crease with India 266/5. KL Rahul departs for a well-made 108 in just 99 balls. Sabbir Rahman picks up the wicket. IND- 266/5 after 45.2 ovs

India's No. 4?


It has taken a long time & many chops and changes to the team, but at the last possible moment India have found their number four: KL Rahul. Now they must stick with him - it's the most difficult batting position in ODI cricket. He needs patience through the tournament

100 for KL Rahul

100 for KL Rahul. A single takes Rahul to three figures. What a remarkable innings this has been. A stylish and well composed century from the right-hander. Does this end the debate of Team India 's No. 4? IND- 255/4 after 42 ovs

10 overs to go

IND- 243/4 after 40 overs. If Rahul clicks in this world cup, India's middle order will be as good as their top 3. This will make India the most formidable batting group. How many more runs will the Men in Blue add to their total?

FIFTY FOR DHONI

Dhoni brings up a gritty half-century off 40 deliveries. 100-run partnership for the fifth wicket and India seem in command. Rahul & Dhoni playing their shots. IND- 218/4 in 36.1 overs

KL Rahul in form

In terms of pure talent there was never any doubt about who India's number four should be: KL Rahul is clearly the best of the lot; this innings is yet again underlining that. For him the challenge is about converting that ability into consistent performances.

Meanwhile Shai Hope slams solid ton in West Indies vs New Zealand match

Shai Hope slammed a solid century before being bowled out by Trent Boult to take West Indies to 267/5 in 36 overs. 

FIFTY up for KL Rahul

On the final delivery of the 26th over, KL Rahul hit Abu Jayed towards long on to take two runs and complete his half-century. Rahul took 48 balls to cross the fifty mark. 

WICKET!

Vijay Shankar edges one to Mushfiqur Rahim. Rubel Hossain gets his second wicket of the day. MS Dhoni comes to the crease. KL Rahul is still going strong. IND 102/2 in 22 overs

Meanwhile

We're 25 overs in at the match between West Indies vs New Zealand – West Indies are having a smashing time with the bat! Shai Hope and Shimron Hetmyer are at the crease with West Indies 202/3. Hope is unbeaten on 74 off 59 with six fours and three sixes

Kohli is Yorked

Bowled! Saifuddin's yorker crashes on to Kohli's leg-stump. The Indian captain is gone for 47and he misses out on a 50. It was pitched on middle and leg and Kohli went for the flick but missed it completely. The sound of timber. IND- 83/3 after 18.4 overs

Time for drinks

Yet once again India is cautious in first powerplay and setting up for strong foundation to score in middle and death overs. However, most importantly it now gives ample time to figure out the No 4 slot with Rahul and Vijay. IND- 75/2 after 17 ovs.

Rubel Strikes

Rubel Hossain comes into the attack and gets the wicket of Rohit Sharma, the India opener dragging onto his middle stump. KL Rahul joins Virat Kohli at the crease with India 50/2 after 13.3 overs.

IND: Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli(c), Lokesh Rahul, Hardik Pandya, MS Dhoni(w), Dinesh Karthik, Ravindra Jadeja, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kuldeep Yadav, Mohammed Shami, Vijay Shankar, Kedar Jadhav, Jasprit Bumrah, Yuzvendra Chahal

BAN: Tamim Iqbal, Liton Das, Shakib Al Hasan, Soumya Sarkar, Mushfiqur Rahim(w), Mahmudullah, Sabbir Rahman, Mohammad Saifuddin, Mashrafe Mortaza(c), Mehidy Hasan, Mustafizur Rahman, Rubel Hossain, Mohammad Mithun, Abu Jayed, Mosaddek Hossain

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