Turning out in KL Rahul’s guard after the series opener, Sunil Gavaskar uncovered why Rohit Sharma-drove Group India lost the first ODI to Bangladesh on Sunday. Rahul had dropped a match-turning catch of Mehidy Hasan Miraz in the low-scoring experience.
Turning out in KL Rahul’s guard after the series opener, Sunil Gavaskar has uncovered why Rohit Sharma-drove Group India lost the first ODI to Bangladesh
Incredible Indian cricketer Sunil Gavaskar has maybe uncovered the genuine explanation for India’s terrible loss because of Bangladesh on Sunday.
Litton Das-drove Bangladesh dazed Rohit Sharma’s Group India in the first One Day Worldwide (ODI) by 1 wicket at the Bangla Public Arena. Indian wicket-manager player KL Rahul turned into all the rage in the wake of dropping a flat out sitter of a catch in the low-scoring experience.
Rahul, who played an eminent thump for the Virat Kohli-starrer side, was called out by netizens for dropping the match-turning get. Bangladesh’s Mehidy Hasan Miraz was dropped by wicketkeeper Rahul on 17 which made ready for the hosts to rebuff India in the low-scoring spine chiller at Dhaka. At the point when Rahul is confronting the intensity for dropping a sitter, batting legend Gavaskar has turned out in the guard of the enduring an onslaught wicketkeeper-hitter.
“You can’t actually say that was all there was to it. Since indeed, I feel that was the last wicket. . Yet, the way that India scored 186, I think you going to view at that too. The bowlers did brilliantly well, to set themselves up in a way where they were 136-9. And afterward Hasan Miraj came, they had a touch of karma with that drop get, however he played all around well. He played reasonably.
Be that as it may, India scored no less than 80-70 runs less and assuming they had 250, it might have been an alternate game,” Gavaskar told the Sony Sports Organization.
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Batting first in the three-match series opener, India collapsed for a pitiful all out of 186 in 41.2 overs. Captain Rohit scored 27 off 31 balls while ex-commander Virat Kohli was eliminated for 9 off 15 balls.
Saving wickets for India without a trace of best option manager Rishabh Gasp, Rahul initiated the Indian center request and the flexible hitter crushed a fast fire 73 off 70 balls. Rahul’s engaging thump lifted India to a humble all out which was in the long run pursued somewhere near Bangladesh in 46 overs.
Bangladesh were approached to pursue, naturally the strain descends. Bangladesh made it hard for themselves by playing ultra circumspectly. That caused them problems. Yet, I figure India didn’t score 70-80 additional runs is the justification for why they lost,” Gavaskar added. Miraz’s unbeaten 38 off 39 balls fueled Bangladesh to a renowned success over India in Dhaka. The rising star was likewise named the Player of the Match.