No one would have expected such a thrilling and nail-biting finish in a match where India had to win by a handsome margin to improve their NRR. Although, this wasn’t a typical Bengaluru wicket but India made a target of 147 look a tough mountain to climb for Bangladesh. There were many instances of turnaround in the match and here we look at each of them:
Raina’s little cameo underpressure
Suresh Raina hasn’t been in his bests of form and has been playing more like a bowling all-rounder in this tournament. He came in a tough situation and already was under immense pressure but started slowly and ended up with a 23-ball 30 which included 2 massive sixes. It was a good knock on that wicket under pressure.
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