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ICC U19 World Cup | UAE, Bangladesh start off with thumping wins

UAE completed a comprehensive victory over Canada by beating them by 8 wickets thanks to a brilliant 102* by Figy John while Bangladesh absolutely thrashed Zimbabwe by 9 wickets in a rain-affected game. Elsewhere, West Indies bowlers starred as they beat Australia by three wickets.
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India vs Bangladesh | Seamers help India seal maiden Day-Night Test and series in Kolkata

While the Indian bowlers showed the world how to adjust to the fast-moving pink ball, Bangladesh failed to emulate the same. After being dismissed for a measly 106 and suffering through a Virat Kohli masterclass (136), Bangladesh crumbled in the second innings to hand India a series whitewash.
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ICC World Cup 2019 | Sri Lanka, Bangladesh share spoils after match abandoned without toss

Umpires Richard Illingworth, Richard Kettleborough and match referee Jeff Crowe, after inspecting the ground and the rain conditions, have decided to abandon the game between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh without a ball being bowled. As a result, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka have been awarded one point each.
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reportcricket4 years ago

India vs Bangladesh | India secure title after beating Bangladesh in thrilling Nidahas finale

Late-order fireworks by Dinesh Karthik, 29 of 8 balls, and top-order batting display by Rohit Sharma resulted in India securing a thrilling 4-wicket over Bangladesh. The Shakib al Hasan-led team, batting first, managed to put up a competitive score of 166 runs thanks to Sabbir Rahman 77.
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India vs Bangladesh | Rohit Sharma and Washington Sundar lead the charge as India book place in Nidahas Trophy final

While defending a target of 177, Washington Sundar (3/22) decimated the Bangladesh top order to guide India into the final of the Nidahas Trophy. Earlier, it was Rohit Sharma, who scored 89 off 61, was ably supported by Suresh Raina, 47 off 30, helped India put a very competitive 176 runs on board.
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India vs Bangladesh | Dhawan, Unadkat star as India thrash Bangladesh by 8 wickets

Shikhar Dhawan continued his impressive run in T20Is as he scored an impressive 55 to guide India to a comfortable six-wicket win over Bangladesh in the Nidahas Trophy. Earlier, Jaydev Unadkat (3/38) and Vijay Shankar (2/32) ensured Bangladesh were restricted to a paltry 139/8 in the first innings.
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Champions Trophy 2017 | India thrash Bangladesh to set up historic final against Pakistan

A fiery Indian side eliminated Bangladesh, today, beating them by 9 wickets courtesy of blazing knocks by Virat Kohli (96*) and Rohit Sharma (123*) to set up an epic final against Pakistan. Earlier, the Indian bowlers had restricted Bangladesh to a modest score of 264/7 on a batting-friendly pitch.
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Champions Trophy 2017 | Gritty Bangladesh beat New Zealand by five wickets

Shakib Al Hasan (114) and Mahmudullah (102*) produced a virtuoso batting display to secure a 5-wicket victory for Bangladesh and knockout New Zealand in Cardiff. While chasing the Kiwi’s score of 265, the Tigers found themselves at 33/4 before the duo's record partnership ensured an unlikely win.
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Champions Trophy 2017 | Unfortunate Aussies miss out on two easy points

Heavy rains saved the day for Bangladesh who seemed to struggling to get past their Australian counterparts after being restricted to just 182 courtesy some exceptional bowling by Mitchell Starc. Australia seemed to be steering towards an easy win before the rains stripped them of an easy point.
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Champions Trophy 2017 | Plunkett and Root guide England to victory in tournament opener

Joe Root (133*) and Alex Hales (95) helped England start their Champions Trophy campaign with a comfortable 8-wicket victory over Bangladesh at the Oval. Earlier, Tamim Iqbal’s 128 appeared to have put Bangladesh in control but Liam Plunkett’s 4/59 restricted the visitors to 305 in 50 overs.
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