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India vs Bangladesh: 1st innings match report

India vs Bangladesh 1st innings report, live score
Cricket world cup 2015, India vs Bangladesh quarter finals, India score a defending target 302/6 in 50 overs. If no rain halts the game Bangladesh need to chase 303 runs which will highest successful run chase at MCG if they chase. Choosing to bat first after winning toss, India openers made a solid start by picking 1's and 2's and boundaries in time. After 75/0 in 16.3 overs Shikhar Dhawan(30 from 50 balls) fell to stump out in Shakib ul Hasan bowling. India lost 2 more quick wickets Virat Kohli(3 from 8 balls) and Ajinkya Rahane(19 from 37 balls) and India was struggling at 115/3 in 28 overs. Suresh Raina(65 from 57 balls) and Rohit Sharma(137 from 126 balls) build the innings by adding 122 run partnership for the fourth wicket. at 237/3 in 43.5 Suresh Raina caught to musfiqur Rahim in Mortaza bowling. After adding another 26 runs to board Rohit Sharma bowled out in Taskin Ahmed bowling from a beautiful yorker. MS Dhoni(6 runs) doesnt added much, But Ravindra Jadeja scored quick 23 runs(not out) from 10 balls to pass India past 300 runs, Ashwin 3 runs not out.Taskin Ahmed scalped 3 wickets while Musrafe Mortaza, Shakib Ul Hasan and Rubel Hossain took 1 wicket each in Bangladesh bowling.

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