When playing Bangladesh, Indian cricket team players set five records. Over the years, cricket matches between India and Bangladesh have produced some great moments. Millions of cricket fans live in the two neighboring nations, and sometimes their enthusiasm spills over onto the field.
Bangladesh is a completely different team now than they were in the late 1990s. They have won a lot of big ICC tournaments, so they are no longer a small nation at World Cups.
The rise of cricket in Bangladesh has coincided with the decline of Sri Lankan cricket’s power. Young brave cricketers who are prepared to compete with the best players in the world are being produced by the Bengal Tigers.
India has played them in a few games and lost, but they have also won a few games and had some memorable moments. Five of these records that the Indian team set against the Bengal Tigers will be examined in this article.
Many people believe that Sachin Tendulkar is the best cricket player of his generation and a cricket icon. Throughout his career, he set a lot of records.
One of these significant milestones was reached in 2012 when Sachin became the first and only batter in international cricket history to score 100 centuries.
In the 2012 Asia Cup, the decisive inning came against Bangladesh. The veteran batter carefully crafted his 114-run inning by approaching it with caution. It had 12 boundaries and one six-foot border.
Bangladesh was successful in chasing down India’s total of 288, which India posted. In 664 international matches, Tendulkar scored 34357 runs to end his international career.
In a T20I played in India, the hosts batted first and scored 174 runs. KL Rahul’s (52 runs off 35) and Shreyas Iyer’s (66 runs off 33) contributions contributed to India’s victory.
Deepak Chahar scored an early breakthrough for the hosts as a result of the Indian bowlers’ efforts that night. For the Bengal Tigers, Mohammad Naim and Mohammad Mithun fought back with a 98-run stand that Chahar eventually broke again.
Chahar scored a hat trick to annihilate Bangladesh’s batting order, and this was just the beginning. After 3.2 overs, he took six wickets for seven runs.
India was somewhat taken aback when this occurred during their 2014 tour of Bangladesh. In the game, the visitors batted first and struggled to score runs on a difficult wicket.
India was eliminated with a meager score of 105. To win this match, India needed a special performance from their bowling unit, and Stuart Binny delivered exactly that. In his 4.4 overs, he only gave up four runs, hit two maidens, and took six wickets.
Since making his international debut, India’s veteran spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has always been regarded as a special bowler. In the subcontinent, Ashwin has always been difficult to negotiate with as a red ball specialist.
Ashwin had 248 victories against Bangladesh before the test. In that match, he needed two more wickets to become the fastest bowler to reach 250 runs.
The Indian off-spinner took six wickets in the game to reach 254 in 45 games. He beat Dennis Lille’s previous record of 48 Tests, which he had held for a long time.
At the T20 World Cup in 2022, Virat Kohli performed admirably for India in Australia. He scored against other teams and played a key role in India’s victory over Pakistan.
Against Bangladesh, he hit a well-constructed 64 off 44 deliveries. There were eight boundaries and one maximum in the innings. Kohli became the highest run-getter in T20I World Cup history with his performance against Bangladesh (1141 runs in 27 matches).