After Australia, India became the second team to qualify for the semi-finals of the ongoing CWC 2019. It was Jasprit Bumrah, who bowled two perfect Yorkers in order to bring an end to Bangladesh’s defiance during Tuesday’s match against India. Well, Bangladesh’s defeat by 28- runs eventually helped India to march into the semi-finals.
Right from the word ‘Go’, Rohit Sharma kept going and he scored 104 runs from 92 balls. Despite a poor performance from other batsmen, it was Rohit Sharma who set the stage for 314 for 9. Bangladesh tried to keep their heads high in the run chase but every time they thought of sealing the moment, they failed to make a mark. For Bangla fans, all hopes were on Mohammad Saifuddin as he scored 51 from 38 balls and remained unbeaten. However, the greats finish by Bumrah crushed all hopes of Bangla fans.
Match Stats from Bangladesh vs India Match
In this tournament, Rohit Sharma scored 4 centuries. It’s the most number of centuries made by any player in a single edition of the World Cup.
Number of player of the match awards for Rohit Sharma in this World Cup; the 3rd Indian player with three such awards in a single CWC edition.
Jasprit Bumrah picked up four wickets in this game; all via bowled. He is the first Indian pacer to pick up four wickets in an ODI via bowled. As many as five Bangladesh batsmen got bowled in this match; the joint-most number of bowled wickets for India in a World cup game.
The 180-run partnership between Sharma and Rahul is the highest opening stand for India in the World Cup. Rohit-Rahul pair is the 8th Indian pair with multiple centuries stands in the World Cup.
Mustafizur Rahman became the 2nd player to assert a 5-wicket haul in the World Cup for Bangladesh.
The 5-for in this match was Mustafizur’s 3rd ODI 5-wicket haul against India. It was the 4th time Mustafizur has taken a 5-wicket haul for Bangladesh in ODIs; the joint-most by any player.
Dinesh Karthik made his World Cup debut almost 15 years after his ODI debut and 12 years after being part of a CWC squad.
Mustafizur Rahman became the 6th youngest player and the youngest left-arm bowler to bag a 5-wicket haul in World Cup.
Bangladesh has conceded 300+ runs for the 5th time in this tournament.