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India vs Bangladesh Highlights Cricket World Cup 2011 – Mirpur Scorecard,India vs. Bangladesh at Shere Bangla National Stadium

  • BAN 157/2 in 28.3 overs
  • Cur RR: 5.51
  •   Req RR:9.95
  • To win: BAN needs 214 run(s) in 21.3 over(s)
Player photo Shakib Al HasanShakib Al Hasan *18 (18)
1 x4, 0 x6, 100.00 SR
Player photo Tamim IqbalTamim Iqbal52 (74)
3 x4, 0 x6, 70.27 SR


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First battle of World Cup 2011 is between, Group B, India and Bangladesh in Mirpur. By winning the toss, Bangladesh captain, Shakib Al Hasan, chose to be at field first.The decision was taken in consideration with the presence of dew in the ground, which according to both the team’s captain will affect the game by evening.

Virat Kohli, a notifying batsman for last several series, accomplished a terrific partnership with Virendra Sehwag.
With incredible shots and tremendous strikes, Virat Kohli and Sehwag, both as partners, led the score to 355, which was the highest score for India after the match they played against Pakistan in Mirpur (330 runs).
The duo was performing outstanding when Sehwag had to return to pavilion after being bowled out by Shakib. Sehwag became the 2nd Indian highest scorer in ODI (175) after Kapil Dev (175 in 1983).
Virat Kohli, indubitably, proved Dhoni’s decision of choosing Kohli over Suresh Raina to be correct, by scoring a century in his debut World Cup match.
The total score of India by the end of 50 over is 370 at the loss of 4 wickets (4th wicket being of Yusuf Pathan).
Bangladesh : 58 -1 (8.0 overs)
Imrul Kayef b Monaf Patel.


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