Hardik Pandya’s Remarkable Innings Against Bangladesh in T20 World Cup 2024 Super Eights: India and Bangladesh will face off in the Super Eight decider in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 in Antigua. After their innings, India reached 196/5.

India will be looking to continue their undefeated streak having beaten Ireland, Pakistan, USA and Afghanistan – their match against Canada was washed out due to rain.

Meanwhile, Bangladesh knows they need a win to continue their progress in the tournament, having lost their opening Super Eight match to Australia.

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Brilliant batting from the Indian team


Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli started their day with a bang and reached 29/0 after three overs, giving India a solid performance.

Rohit became Shakib Al Hasan’s 50th T20 World Cup wicket when he flicked a delivery pitching on leg to mid-off and Jaker Ali took the catch.

That was the end of a valuable 11-ball innings – in which he scored 23 runs at a strike-rate of 209.09. Kohli played on till the ninth over, conceding 37 runs including a four and three sixes from Tanjim Hasan Sakib.

And Tanjim needed just two more balls for his second wicket of the day, with Suryakumar nicking the ball into the gloves of wicketkeeper Liton Das.

Rishabh Pant then played a brilliant innings of 36 runs before he tried to reverse sweep a delivery from Rishad Hussain but was caught by Tanjim, taking India to 108/4.

And it was Rishad who clean-bowled Shivam Dube, who looked set to take the innings to victory. The batsman was looking to add another big shot to his score of three sixes but couldn’t make the contact and was dismissed for 34.

The responsibility of taking India to victory fell on Hardik Pandya, who smashed a half-century off 27 balls, with Axar Patel supporting him till the end of the innings.

T20 World Cup 2024: India vs Bangladesh Scorecard

INDIA:- 196/5 (20.0)

BANGLADESH:- 110/6 (16.2)

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Source: ICS