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“Bangladesh love story with Run Out”, A Twitter user compares Liton Das’ run out with the one in the final ball of the 2016 T20 World Cup

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On Wednesday at the Adelaide Oval, Virat Kohli continued his strong form by scoring 64 not out in 44 balls, leading his team to a five-run win against Bangladesh. India batted first and scored 184 for 6 thanks in large part to the heroics of their talismanic batsman. They then kept Bangladesh to 145 in their allotted 16 overs.

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India’s Super 12 match against Bangladesh in the present T20 World Cup was won by India with a score of 5 runs (DLS method) on Wednesday at Adelaide Oval. Asked to bat by Shakib Al Hasan, they scored 184 for 6 thanks in large part to the efforts of KL Rahul (50 off 32 balls) and Virat Kohli (64 not out off 44 balls). Suryakumar Yadav contributed 30 runs off of 16 balls in a brisk cameo performance, helping his team to a respectable total.

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When Bangladesh responded, they got off to a great start because of Litton Das’ remarkable blitz. With seven overs still to go, the Tigers were cruising at 66 without loss when the rain stopped play. Bangladesh’s objective was lowered to 151 in 16 after the restart.

The Asian team gave it their best but to no avail. Even with Nurul Hasan’s unbeaten 25 off 14 balls at No. 6, his team still fell five runs short. Arshdeep Singh and Hardik Pandya both did well with the ball as bowlers, claiming two scalps each.

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With three victories from their last four games, India is back on top of Group 2 after this triumph. In contrast, Bangladesh has moved up to third place after winning two of four games.

The most crucial moment in the game was when just at the second ball after the match resumed after the rain, the set batsman Das was run out. Das slipped and KL Rahul inflicted a direct hit to send Das back to the Pavillion. This shifted the momentum in India’s favour.

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During the match between the two sides in the ICC World T20 2016, at Bengaluru, Bangladeshi batsmen tried to steal a single off the final ball to tie the score. However, MS Dhoni was ready with one glove off and ran all the way to the stumps to inflict a run-out to register a one-run victory.

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