March 26, 2023
IND vs BAN, 2ND ODI: India repeated the mistake of the first ODI in the second match, lest the game in hand slips


Second ODI being played between India and Bangladesh in Mirpur
India repeated the first ODI mistake in the second match
Despite losing 6 wickets for 69 runs, Bangladesh scored 271 runs.

New Delhi. The second match of the 3 ODI series is being played between India and Bangladesh in Mirpur. Batting first, Bangladesh scored 271 runs at the loss of 7 wickets in 50 overs. However, at one point of time Bangladesh’s condition was slim and there was a danger of getting all out early. On the score of 69 runs, 6 batsmen of host Bangladesh had returned to the pavilion. But, after this India’s stranglehold on the match became weak. The mistake that India had made in the first ODI, was repeated in the second match as well and it had to bear the brunt and the Bangladesh team scored 271 runs.

What was the mistake made in the first ODI in India, which was repeated in the second. There is no need to put much emphasis on the brain for that. Indian bowlers got off to a great start in both the matches. While defending 186 runs in the first ODI, Indian bowlers had dropped Bangladesh’s 9 wickets for 136 runs. At the same time, in the second ODI also, in 19 overs, 6 Bangladeshi batsmen were shown the way to the pavilion. At that time the score of the host team was just 69 runs. But, the mistake made by the Indian bowlers in the first match, they repeated the same in the second.

In fact, after Bangladesh lost 9 wickets in the first match, the Indian bowlers had assumed that Bangladesh’s innings would end any moment now. Because he had to score 50 more runs to win and Mustafizur Rahman was there to bat at number 10 with Mehdi Hasan Miraj. Hardly anyone expects from the number 10 batsman that he will make the team win by partnership. But, that’s what happened.

India bore the brunt of poor bowling
Indian bowlers got relaxed after falling 9 wickets and they bowled with bad line length. This gave Bangladesh a chance to enter the match. Miraj scored a lot of runs on bad balls and won the match for Bangladesh by sharing an unbeaten 51-run partnership with Rahman for the last wicket. Indian bowlers made the same mistake in the second match. After Bangladesh’s 6 quick wickets, Indian bowlers bowled very bad balls instead of all out attack strategy. Miraj and Mahmudullah took full advantage of this and made Bangladesh return to the match by sharing 148 runs in 165 balls for the 7th wicket. This is the biggest partnership from Bangladesh for any wicket against India.

Bangladesh hit 68 runs in the last 30 balls
How badly Indian bowlers bowled in the middle overs in the second ODI. This can be understood from a figure. Bangladesh’s score was 69/6 in the first 19 overs. But, in the subsequent 31 overs, Bangladesh scored 186 runs losing 1 wicket. Means scored 6 runs per over. In the last 30 balls, the Bangladeshi batsmen batted more freely and scored 68 runs at 14 runs per over. Umran Malik, who bowled well in the first few overs, later proved to be very expensive.

Mehdi Hasan overturned the second consecutive match against India, this time created history with the biggest innings

Mehdi Hasan overturned the second consecutive match against India, this time created history with the biggest innings

He took 1 wicket for 30 runs in the first 8 overs. Two over maidens were also thrown in it. But, Umran looted 28 runs in the last two overs. Same was the case with Siraj. He took 2 wickets for 49 runs in the first 8 overs. But, in the last 12 balls, he looted 24 and could not take a single wicket. Shardul also gave 32 runs in the first 9 overs. But, gave away 15 runs in the last over.

Tags: India vs Bangladesh, Mahmudullah, Mohd Siraj, Rohit sharma, Shardul thakur, Umran Malik

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