Highlights, India vs Bangladesh U19 World Cup 2020, Final, Full cricket score: Bangladesh win by three wickets, lift maiden trophy
India vs Bangladesh, ICC U-19 World Cup 2020 Final, Live Updates: Bangladesh need just one run from 24 balls as per the revised DLS target. Ankolekar returns and he starts with a flighted delivery and Rakibul Hasan chipped it over mid-wicket for a single. VICTORY FOR BANGLADESH! Bangladesh have clinched their maiden U-19 title. They have outclassed India in every department of the game.
India vs Bangladesh, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Hardik Pandya's emergence as reliable fifth bowler makes him India's MVP
Pandya, the bowler, hasn’t disappointed this World Cup. In fact, he’s exceeded expectations. He has bowled 59 overs so far of a possible 70, with eight wickets and a perfectly acceptable economy rate of 5.79.
India vs Bangladesh, ICC Cricket World Cup: 87-year-old fan steals limelight at Edgbaston, becomes online sensation
Charulatha Patel, 87, attracted all the cameras as she enthusiastically blew her trumpet, cheering for India from the stands. Not only Kohli, his deputy and player-of-the-match Rohit Sharma also personally thanked the aged lady and showed his gratitude after India's win.
India vs Bangladesh, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Semis qualification beckons as simmering sub-continent rivalry awaits its boiling point
Let it be said here — India-Pakistan match-ups in any cricket World Cup induce a lot of pre-match hoopla for obvious reasons, but the on-field returns are quite underwhelming. Change this sub-continental rivalry to India-Bangladesh, and at least in terms of recent history, this clash has provided far more excitement, both on and off the field.
Asia Cup 2018: Liton Das' ton goes in vain as India clinch last-ball thriller to lift title for seventh time
India retained the Asia Cup with a three-wicket win off the last ball against a fighting Bangladesh who were anchored by a maiden hundred from opener Liton Das in Dubai on Friday.
Asia Cup 2018: Ravindra Jadeja, Rohit Sharma help clinical India thrash Bangladesh, stay unbeaten in tournament
India captain Rohit Sharma played another classy knock after comeback man Ravindra Jadeja picked up a four-wicket haul to set up a seven-wicket win over Bangladesh in their opening Super Four match at the Asia Cup in Dubai on Friday.
Nidahas Trophy 2018: Rohit Sharma's move to save Dinesh Karthik for the end has enhanced his captaincy credentials
Rohit had been privy to Karthik's abilities at the back end of an innings and chose to hold him back till the end. He even had to apparently calm down a disappointed Karthik but eventually the gamble paid off.
The Karthik of Sunday evening was a far cry from the restless, self-destructive batsman of a few years ago. This new, improved Karthik 3.0 looked far more assured, calm and focused.
Nidahas Trophy 2018: Sabbir Rahman tops, but Mushfiqur Rahim gets lowest grade in Bangladesh report card
Here’s a report card of all the Bangladesh players after the riveting final:
Dinesh Karthik did a Javed Miandad with a last-ball six as India pulled off an incredible chase beating Bangladesh by four wickets in the Nidhas T20 Tri-series final, in Colombo on Sunday.
Nidahas Trophy 2018: When and where to watch India vs Bangladesh final, coverage on TV and live streaming on JioTV
Here's all that you need to know about the coverage of the Nidahas Trophy 2018 final between India and Bangladesh.
Nidahas Trophy 2018: Bangladesh's over-reliance on Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmudullah could be their undoing in final against India
Bangladesh should remember that they had lost both of their previous matches in the tournament against Rohit Sharma and Co, and both of those losses had come as a result of inadequate collective effort.
Nidahas Trophy 2018: India's pedigree and form make them favourites in final, but Bangladesh are no pushovers
Nearly 11 years ago, Bangladesh handed India one of their most shocking losses ever. India would do well to sift through the history books once before taking the field on Sunday.
Highlights, India vs Bangladesh 2018, Nidahas Trophy, Full cricket score: India win by 17 runs, enter final
Siraj bowls the final over, with Mushfiqur guiding the ball to short third man off a back-of-length delivery that angles into him. Mehedi tries heaving the ball down the ground, but fails to connect and ends up getting caught by Raina at long on. Nine runs off the next three deliveries, with Rahim collecting two boundaries off it and one being called wide for height. With the match virtually over, Siraj ensures that he does't give away any extras, and collects dots off the last two deliveries, as Rahim remains unbeaten on 72 off 55 balls but fails to get his team through on this occasion. India win by 17 runs and are the first team to book their place in the final. Sri Lanka and Bangladesh now face off in a virtual semi-final on Friday.
Nidahas Trophy 2018: India aim for spot in final, but buoyed Bangladesh fully capable of springing a surprise
India would be assured by the fact that their bowlers had bounced back after going for plenty in the first match against Sri Lanka. And that is not a mean feat on the batting-friendly Premadasa surface.
India collected their first points of the Nidahas Trophy 2018 by restricting Bangladesh to a modest score of 139/8, before chasing the target with six wickets to spare.
Nidahas Trophy 2018: Jaydev Unadkat's sameness, tendency to leak runs are causes for concern despite wicket-taking ability
Although Unadkat has maintained his wicket-taking ability, claiming seven wickets in his past four T20Is, he has leaked runs at a rate of 10.28.
Nidahas Trophy 2018: Vijay Shankar, Jaydev Unadkat stifle Bangladesh to help India collect first points in tri-series
India produced an all-round show to thump Bangladesh by six wickets in their second match of the Nidahas Trophy Twenty20 International (T20I) cricket tri-series in Colombo on Thursday.
Highlights, India vs Bangladesh, Nidahas Trophy 2018, 2nd T20I at Colombo, Full Cricket Score: IND win by six wickets
Rubel is introduced in the 19th over, and it turns out to be the last of the innings, as Pandey and Karthik rotate the strike between themselves to collect three singles and take their team home.
ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Indian top order's authoritative batting in semis a positive sign before final
The ease with which Virat Kohli and Co advanced into the final speaks volumes of how authoritative India's batting was on Thursday.