IND VS BAN : 2nd ODI LIVE Cricket

IND VS BAN: 2nd ODI LIVE Cricket
IND VS BAN: 2nd ODI LIVE Cricket Scorecard and Updates: After losing the first game by one wicket. Check out here TODAY's updates from the second game.

IND VS BAN 2nd ODI LIVE Cricket Scorecard and Updates: After losing the first game by one wicket, Team India will attempt to recover and remain in the three-match series.

Check out here TODAY’s updates from the second game.

After heartbreakingly losing the first ODI against Bangladesh in Mirpur on Sunday by one wicket, Team India will try to rebound (December 4).

If Bangladesh’s team, led by Rohit Sharma, wants to stay in this three-match ODI series, they must win this game.

India, which lost the most recent ODI series to New Zealand 1-0 last month, will be anxious to avoid consecutive losses.

Team India’s performance in the first game was generally disappointing as they were bowled out for just 186 runs after electing to bat first.

Players like leader Rohit Sharma and former captain Virat Kohli also struggled with the bat. If vice-captain KL Rahul hadn’t made a valiant half-century, the total would have been significantly lower.

His efforts with the bat were in vain, though, because he failed to make a crucial catch of Mehidy Hasan Miraz in the waning moments of the game, costing Team India the game.

The last time the two teams squared off in an ODI series, MS Dhoni’s Indian team fell short 1-2, winning just the final dead rubber.

With all-rounder Shakib al Hasan in good form, Litton Kumar Das will lead Bangladesh in hopes of repeating that win.

It will be intriguing to see if captain Rohit Sharma opts to make any adjustments, especially in terms of wicketkeeping responsibilities.

With Rishabh Pant sidelined due to injury, Rahul has been given the ball, although Ishan Kishan is also standing by.

All-rounder Axar Patel was unable to participate in the first game, but India is hopeful that he will be ready to do so beginning with the second.

The 2nd ODI between IND VS BAN is currently in LIVE UPDATES.



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