Man of the Match Ganeshbhai Muhudkar’s century steered India home comfortably, scoring 112 in just 69 balls
A dominant India continued their winning streak today and defeated Bangladesh by 7 wickets at the MCC Ground in Ajman, UAE. Bangladesh had won the toss and elected to bat. They scored 256 all out in 38.5 overs.
Defending champions India will take on Pakistan on January 20th at Sharjah, a place which is known for India Pakistan cricket rivalry. It was not a good start for Bangladesh as they lost 2 early wickets with less than 50 runs on the board. For Bangladesh, a resilient unbeaten 108 by Abdul Mallik was the highlight. India’s strong bowling department restricted them to a modest score as Durga Rao took 3 wickets in 3 overs by giving away only 20 runs. Deepak Mallik and Prakash bagged 2 wickets each.
Man of the Match Ganeshbhai Muhudkar’s century steered India home comfortably. His breezy knock of played 112 came in just 69 balls.Another star player Deepak Mallik was retired out for 53 of 43 balls. While Naresh made a handy 40 runs in 18 balls.
India remained unbeaten throughout this tournament and are considered the favourites to retain their title. They will now clash with Pakistan, the host on 20th at Sharjah Cricket Stadium. The match starts at 9.30 am. The entry is free. We invite all Indian supporters in UAE to come and cheer for “THE OTHER MEN IN BLUE”.
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