India v Bangladesh: Tigers seal first T20 win over hosts in Delhi


Mushfiqur made his global debut in 2005
First Twenty20 global, Delhi
India 148-6 (20 overs):Dhawan 41, Aminul 2-22, Shafiul 2-36
Bangladesh 154-3 (19.3 overs):Mushfiqur 60*, Sarkar 39
Bangladesh received by seven wickets
Scorecard

Bangladesh recorded their first Twenty20 global obtain over India with a seven-wicket victory in Delhi.

Within the ninth assembly between the teams, India, captained by Rohit Sharma, have been put in and made 148-6, Shikhar Dhawan with three fours and a six in his 41.

Wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim struck an unbeaten 60 and skipper Mahmudullah hit a six to acquire the match because the Tigers triumphed with three balls to spare.

The 2nd of the three-match series takes location in Rajkot on Thursday.

Within the 1,000th males’s T20 global to be performed, Mahmudullah ran out Dhawan in the 15th over after a commerce of thoughts over a 2nd speed.

India have been bolstered by Washington Sundar and Krunal Pandya – brother of Hardik – hitting two sixes from the leisure three balls of an innings in which Bangladesh aged eight bowlers.

With two overs of the match remaining the guests wanted 22 to acquire, but Mushfiqur hit four successive boundaries off left-arm seamer Khaleel Ahmed, the 32-year-previous scoring his closing 31 runs from finest 13 balls.

Debutant seamer Shivam Dube, 26, became once given the leisure over with correct four runs wanted, and Mahmudullah – named as T20 captain this week after Shakib Al Hasan became oncehanded a year-lengthy suspension by the World Cricket Councilfor failing to memoir snide approaches – strode down the wicket to dispatch him over mid-wicket for six.

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Withair pollution in the north of India at “unbearable stages” in step with Delhi’s chief minister,a form of Bangladesh’s avid gamers and coaches had donned protective masks all the draw in which by practising in the lead-as much as the game.

Bowling coach Daniel Vettori and head coach Russell Domingo donned masks for practising, as did several avid gamers

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