The win ensured India a spot within the semi-finals of the Ladies’s Asia Cup.
Shafali Verma’s half-century and a 96-run stand with Smriti Mandhana took India to a aggressive rating of 159/5 of their 20 overs in opposition to Bangladesh.
This was sufficient for India’s bowlers to be chased down by Bangladesh, proscribing them to 100 for 7.
Batting first, India obtained off to a superb begin. Openers skipper Smriti Mandhana and Shafali Verma have been taking the Bangladesh bowlers to the boundary with an aggressive mindset for which they’re each identified.
India have been 59/0 on the finish of the powerplay in six overs, with Mandhana (31) and Verma (26) on the crease.
The scoreboard saved ticking and each the batsmen entered the 40s. On the finish of 10 overs, India have been on 91/0, with each the batsmen at 44-44.
After 12 overs, the 96-run partnership between Mandhana and Verma broke when the previous was dismissed for 47 off 38 balls.
The following batsman on the crease was Jemima Rodrigues. Shafali scored a confidence-boosting half-century, her first in 20 T20Is since March 2021.
The batsman hit a good boundary at deep midwicket however was dismissed for 55 off 44 balls by spinner Rumana Ahmed.
India have been at 114/2 in 14.5 overs at the moment. India have been on 115/2 on the finish of 15 overs.
Rumana’s scintillating bowling helped Bangladesh bounce again within the match, taking the wickets of Richa Ghosh (4) and Kiran Navgire (0).
4 of India’s batsmen have been all out for 125 in 17 overs. Rodrigues, who was presently holding one finish regular, was joined by Deepti Sharma. Salma Khatoon helped India submit 29 earlier than Deepti was dismissed for 10 off 5 balls.
Pooja Vastrakar joins Rodrigues in the previous few balls. With Rodrigues (35) and Pooja Vastrakar (1), India completed 159/5 in 20 overs.
Rumana (3/27) was the main bowler for Bangladesh. Khatoon additionally scored 1/16 in his three overs.
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