Commentary - Ind Vs Ban 3rd T20i Bangladesh Tour Of India 2019, cricinfo, mobilecric, cricbuzz, livescore and more

Ind vs Ban, Nagpur Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Ind vs Ban, Nagpur 23 Saturday November 2019 012706000000 India won by 30 runs Cricinfo Commentary updated on 23 Saturday November 2019 012706000000 Ban - 144 (19.2 Ovs) Ind - 174/5 (20 Ovs) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 23 Saturday November 2019 012706000000 Summary Scorecard We're done with the T20Is and the action now shifts to the longest format. We've got two Tests in store - one to be played in Indore, and the other one - a day/night contest to be played at Eden Gardens. After a small break, Virat Kohli will be back to lead team India and those are ominous signs for the visitors. Bangladesh did create history in Delhi under testing conditions, but since then they've struggled to get going. Things are only going to get tougher. Until next time, this is Nikhil Jadhav bidding goodbye on behalf of Akshay Maanay, Abhinand Raghavendran, Kumar Abhisekh Das and Mukesh Gowda. Good night! Rohit Sharma: It were the bowlers who won us the game. I know how tough it was in the middle considering the dew factor. At one stage it was looking easy for them when they needed 70-odd of 8 overs; things were looking tough for us. It was a great comeback from us. The boys took the responsibility and raised their hands up. I just reminded them this (pointing towards the badge on the jersey) is what we are playing for. I can understand when wickets are not falling, it's hard to pick ourselves up. I just had to remind what team they're playing for, credit to the bowlers. Also to the batsmen - the way Rahul and Iyer played, that was magnificent. That is what we want from the team - individuals taking the responsibility. Until we get close to the World Cup, we got to find the right balance. There are a few guys missing, but they'll come back. Keeping everything in mind, we have few games in mind before we get into that flight to Australia. If we keep performing like we did today, it's going to be a big headache for Virat and the selectors. Deepak Chahar, Man of the Match/ Man of the series: I never thought of this, not even in my dreams. I have been trying to work hard since my childhood and my efforts have paid off. Rohit was planning to give me the crucial overs and the management wanted to do the same. I always focus on the next ball, I keep doing that, until I don't complete my spell. Mahmudullah: I think we had a chance looking at the way Naim and Mithun had a partnership. We lost wickets in a rapid way and that cost us the game. We needed 49 runs in 5 overs, we had a chance, but we missed it. The efforts that boys have put in, that was good to see. We could not finish it well after winning the first game. I think he (Naim) is a very talented batsman, the way he played his innings, it was a calm and composed one. All the three seamers executed their plans and bowled really well in the series. Shivam Dube: First two overs, it was not good from my side. Third over, when I came to bowl, I planned not to give boundaries. Rohit bhai told me to back my strengths. I tried to bowl the heavy ball and I backed myself. There was some pressure, but there was good backing by my skipper and the support staff. They told me to back my strengths. Happy in the end.  Shreyas Iyer: To be honest it wasn't an even innings. It was dicey at the start. It was really tough for me to analyse the wicket. Once I got in I thought I would give myself some time, it really worked out for me today. I have done it (the big hitting) in the past and you need to back yourself in those situations. We needed a partnership at that time; I saw that their part-timer had come on and decided to go after him. I have been backing my instincts in the last couple of seasons. I am really happy with the consistency so far. It was really important for us to be in this tough situation as we have not been in such a situation before. I am really happy with the support we have got. This is a once in a lifetime experience and hopefully we carry forward the momentum. The 98-run partnership between Mohammad Naim and Mohammad Mithun is the highest for any wicket for Bangladesh against India in T20Is. Highest individual scores for Ban vs Ind (T20Is): 81 Mohammad Naim Nagpur 2019 77 Sabbir Rahman Colombo RPS 2018 72*Mushfiqur Rahim Colombo RPS 2018 60*Mushfiqur Rahim Delhi 2019 Fewest T20Is to 50 wickets: 26 A Mendis 31 Imran Tahir/ Rashid Khan 33 Mustafizur Rahman 34 Yuzvendra Chahal 35 D Steyn India winning a T20I series after losing 1st match: vs SL in India 2016 vs Zim in Zimbabwe 2016 vs Eng in India 2017 vs Ban in India 2019 Best figures in T20Is: 6/7 D Chahar v Ban Nagpur 2019 6/8 A Mendis v Zim Hambantota 2012 6/16 A Mendis v Aus Pallekele 2011 6/25 Y Chahal v Eng Bengaluru 2017 Indian bowlers with hat tricks: Tests: Harbhajan Singh, Irfan Pathan & Jasprit Bumrah ODIs: Chetan Sharma, Kapil Dev, Kuldeep Yadav & Mohammed Shami T20Is: Deepak Chahar India's roar has outfoxed the one from the Tigers as they bounce back in an emphatic manner to clinch the T20I series 2-1. An inspired bowling performance, led by Deepak Chahar with some assistance from Shivam Dube has helped India take down Bangladesh in the series decider. Unlike the last match, India lost their openers early today, but it were the two youngsters - KL Rahul and Shreyas Iyer who set things up for the Men in Blue. Rahul played like a surgeon in the powerplay, while Iyer who was dropped for zero, turned out to be a hero, scoring 62 runs that included five massive sixes. Catches win matches, but today it was a dropped catch that cost Bangladesh the match. In fact, the series. Naim played a gem for Bangladesh, however, lack of assistance from others resulted in their downfall. 19.2 Chahar to Aminul Islam, out Bowled!! Chahar's dream spell has helped India register an emphatic win in Nagpur. It's also a hat-trick. Bowls a top notch yorker and Aminul Islam finds himself rattled with this peach. Tries to squeeze it out, but can't do nothing about it. Figures of 6/7 in a T20I - these are unbelievable numbers. Aminul Islam b Chahar 9(9) [4s-1] Chahar to Aminul Islam, THAT'S OUT!! Bowled!! Al-Amin Hossain, right handed bat, comes to the crease 19.1 Chahar to Mustafizur, out Caught by Shreyas Iyer!! Chahar becomes the fourth Indian bowler to take a 5-wicket haul in T20Is. Provides the batsman with width and Mustafizur slashes the short one straight to sweeper cover. Match winning spell by Chahar. If he gets another wicket, he can register the best ever figures in T20Is. Mustafizur c Shreyas Iyer b Chahar 1(3) Chahar to Mustafizur, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!! Bangladesh need 31 runs off 6 balls! 18.6 Khaleel Ahmed to Mustafizur, 1 run, lines up for this length ball by shuffling across, and heaves it to deep mid-wicket for a single Next

Ind vs Ban, Nagpur

Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Ind vs Ban, Nagpur 23 Saturday November 2019 012706000000

India won by 30 runs

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 23 Saturday November 2019 012706000000

Ban - 144 (19.2 Ovs)
Ind - 174/5 (20 Ovs)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 23 Saturday November 2019 012706000000
Summary Scorecard

We're done with the T20Is and the action now shifts to the longest format. We've got two Tests in store - one to be played in Indore, and the other one - a day/night contest to be played at Eden Gardens. After a small break, Virat Kohli will be back to lead team India and those are ominous signs for the visitors. Bangladesh did create history in Delhi under testing conditions, but since then they've struggled to get going. Things are only going to get tougher. Until next time, this is Nikhil Jadhav bidding goodbye on behalf of Akshay Maanay, Abhinand Raghavendran, Kumar Abhisekh Das and Mukesh Gowda. Good night!

Rohit Sharma: It were the bowlers who won us the game. I know how tough it was in the middle considering the dew factor. At one stage it was looking easy for them when they needed 70-odd of 8 overs; things were looking tough for us. It was a great comeback from us. The boys took the responsibility and raised their hands up. I just reminded them this (pointing towards the badge on the jersey) is what we are playing for. I can understand when wickets are not falling, it's hard to pick ourselves up. I just had to remind what team they're playing for, credit to the bowlers. Also to the batsmen - the way Rahul and Iyer played, that was magnificent. That is what we want from the team - individuals taking the responsibility. Until we get close to the World Cup, we got to find the right balance. There are a few guys missing, but they'll come back. Keeping everything in mind, we have few games in mind before we get into that flight to Australia. If we keep performing like we did today, it's going to be a big headache for Virat and the selectors.

Deepak Chahar, Man of the Match/ Man of the series: I never thought of this, not even in my dreams. I have been trying to work hard since my childhood and my efforts have paid off. Rohit was planning to give me the crucial overs and the management wanted to do the same. I always focus on the next ball, I keep doing that, until I don't complete my spell.

Mahmudullah: I think we had a chance looking at the way Naim and Mithun had a partnership. We lost wickets in a rapid way and that cost us the game. We needed 49 runs in 5 overs, we had a chance, but we missed it. The efforts that boys have put in, that was good to see. We could not finish it well after winning the first game. I think he (Naim) is a very talented batsman, the way he played his innings, it was a calm and composed one. All the three seamers executed their plans and bowled really well in the series.

Shivam Dube: First two overs, it was not good from my side. Third over, when I came to bowl, I planned not to give boundaries. Rohit bhai told me to back my strengths. I tried to bowl the heavy ball and I backed myself. There was some pressure, but there was good backing by my skipper and the support staff. They told me to back my strengths. Happy in the end. 

Shreyas Iyer: To be honest it wasn't an even innings. It was dicey at the start. It was really tough for me to analyse the wicket. Once I got in I thought I would give myself some time, it really worked out for me today. I have done it (the big hitting) in the past and you need to back yourself in those situations. We needed a partnership at that time; I saw that their part-timer had come on and decided to go after him. I have been backing my instincts in the last couple of seasons. I am really happy with the consistency so far. It was really important for us to be in this tough situation as we have not been in such a situation before. I am really happy with the support we have got. This is a once in a lifetime experience and hopefully we carry forward the momentum.

The 98-run partnership between Mohammad Naim and Mohammad Mithun is the highest for any wicket for Bangladesh against India in T20Is.

Highest individual scores for Ban vs Ind (T20Is):
81 Mohammad Naim Nagpur 2019
77 Sabbir Rahman Colombo RPS 2018
72*Mushfiqur Rahim Colombo RPS 2018
60*Mushfiqur Rahim Delhi 2019

Fewest T20Is to 50 wickets:
26 A Mendis
31 Imran Tahir/ Rashid Khan
33 Mustafizur Rahman
34 Yuzvendra Chahal
35 D Steyn

India winning a T20I series after losing 1st match:
vs SL in India 2016
vs Zim in Zimbabwe 2016
vs Eng in India 2017
vs Ban in India 2019

Best figures in T20Is:
6/7 D Chahar v Ban Nagpur 2019
6/8 A Mendis v Zim Hambantota 2012
6/16 A Mendis v Aus Pallekele 2011
6/25 Y Chahal v Eng Bengaluru 2017

Indian bowlers with hat tricks:
Tests: Harbhajan Singh, Irfan Pathan & Jasprit Bumrah
ODIs: Chetan Sharma, Kapil Dev, Kuldeep Yadav & Mohammed Shami
T20Is: Deepak Chahar

India's roar has outfoxed the one from the Tigers as they bounce back in an emphatic manner to clinch the T20I series 2-1. An inspired bowling performance, led by Deepak Chahar with some assistance from Shivam Dube has helped India take down Bangladesh in the series decider. Unlike the last match, India lost their openers early today, but it were the two youngsters - KL Rahul and Shreyas Iyer who set things up for the Men in Blue. Rahul played like a surgeon in the powerplay, while Iyer who was dropped for zero, turned out to be a hero, scoring 62 runs that included five massive sixes. Catches win matches, but today it was a dropped catch that cost Bangladesh the match. In fact, the series. Naim played a gem for Bangladesh, however, lack of assistance from others resulted in their downfall.

19.2 Chahar to Aminul Islam, out Bowled!! Chahar's dream spell has helped India register an emphatic win in Nagpur. It's also a hat-trick. Bowls a top notch yorker and Aminul Islam finds himself rattled with this peach. Tries to squeeze it out, but can't do nothing about it. Figures of 6/7 in a T20I - these are unbelievable numbers. Aminul Islam b Chahar 9(9) [4s-1]

Chahar to Aminul Islam, THAT'S OUT!! Bowled!!

Al-Amin Hossain, right handed bat, comes to the crease

19.1 Chahar to Mustafizur, out Caught by Shreyas Iyer!! Chahar becomes the fourth Indian bowler to take a 5-wicket haul in T20Is. Provides the batsman with width and Mustafizur slashes the short one straight to sweeper cover. Match winning spell by Chahar. If he gets another wicket, he can register the best ever figures in T20Is. Mustafizur c Shreyas Iyer b Chahar 1(3)

Chahar to Mustafizur, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

Bangladesh need 31 runs off 6 balls!

18.6 Khaleel Ahmed to Mustafizur, 1 run, lines up for this length ball by shuffling across, and heaves it to deep mid-wicket for a single

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