Wednesday, 29 May 2019

MS Dhoni Batted While Establishing Ground for Bangladesh

MS Dhoni Batted While Establishing Ground for Bangladesh

MS Dhoni Batted While Establishing Ground for Bangladesh

During the 40th over of India's batting, MS Dhoni restricted Bangladesh bowler Sabbir Rehman in During the 40th over of India's batting, MS Dhoni restricted Bangladesh bowler Sabbir Rehman in the middle and told him to remove a fielder who was not in the middle.

MS Dhoni played a violent innings in the Sophia Gardens in Cardiff on Tuesday, playing a smokeless innings of 113 runs in 78 balls, during India's second World Cup 2019 warm-up match. During his booming innings, MS Dhoni did something that was not done by any other batsman before. During the 40th over of batting in India, the former captain stopped the bowler Sabbir Rehman in the middle and told him to remove a fielder who was not in the middle. To surprise everyone, the bowler actually followed the instructions of MS Dhoni. According to commentators, the fielders of Bangladesh were standing in a strange situation and this is the reason why MS Dhoni wanted to move forward.

As far as the match is concerned, chasing 360 runs for the win, Bangladesh started getting solid, in which Liton Das and Soumya Govt scored a good score of 49 without loss, before Jaspreet Bumrah (2 / 25) changed the screw

On the fourth ball of the ninth over, Bumrah removed the open batsman Soumya Sarkar and he made two fours with Shakib Al Hasan's glorious 141 km per hour innings.

A strong 120-run partnership between Liton Das (73) and Mushfikur Rahim (90) gave hope to Bangladesh, but he made 264 runs in 49.3 overs as Kuldeep Yadav (3/47) and Yuswendra Chahal (3). Could / 55) did the lighter work of the opposition.

Earlier, KL Rahul scored a fluent 108 when the disastrous MS Dhoni scored 113 runs in 78 balls, which included seven sixes.

India posted 359/7 in its last outing before the main tournament.

India will launch their campaign against South Africa on 5th June in Southampton.

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