India vs Bangladesh 3rd ODI: live, Where To Watch Live Coverage, live score, live match
India is visiting Bangladesh to play 3 ODI matches and 2 Test matches. After 2 ODI matches, Bangladesh won all matches and leads the series 2-0. Tomorrow, December 10, will see the third ODI.
India lost Bangladesh by five runs in the second ODI, despite Rohit Sharma’s unbeaten 51 from 28 balls. India chased a target of 272 runs and scored 260 runs in 49.4 runs.
For the win, two sixes were required from the last two balls. Rohit scored a six on the fifth ball but couldn’t do it on the final ball. Bangladesh now leads the series 2-0.
This is India’s second consecutive loss in the ODI series against Bangladesh. In 2015, Bangladesh beat India 2-1 in the same ODI series.
India vs Bangladesh 3rd ODI: live
Sony Sports Network is the official broadcaster for India’s Bangladesh tour. All matches can be viewed live on Sony Ten 1, Sony Ten 1 HD and Sony Ten 3 HD. The Sony Liv app allows you to stream live matches.
Team India once again had to deal with Mehdi Hazan. In the second ODI, he scored a century. Bangladesh had a target of 128 in the last match.
Mehdi Hazan, who was able to come back after that, had overcome the sinking ship of his group by playing an unbeaten innings of 38 runs. He formed fruitful partnerships and friendships with Afif Hussain (Ibadat Hussain) and Hasan Mahmood.
Rohit Sharma Ruled Out Due To An Injury (India vs Bangladesh 3rd ODI: live)
Captain Rohit Sharma sustained a hand injury fielding in the second match of the India Bangladesh ODI series. Rohit was immediately taken to hospital for an Xray. Rohit’s injury was reported to the Board of Control for Cricket in India via social media.
In fact, Shardul Thakur won the 9th match over. The fourth ball of the over saw Bangladesh captain Liton Das attempt to play the shot. The ball didn’t hit the bat correctly and it took an outside edge, and went backwards.
Rohit Sharma stood in the slips and tried to catch the ball, but the speed was too fast. He felt the ball touch his thumb and palm. He was unable to take the catch. Rohit began to moan in pain after this. He was able to get up from the ground. He was later taken to the hospital for an Xray, as he realized the severity of his injury.
India’s Iyer and Axar Form Is A Good Sign
Shreyas, who was playing at number 3, in place of Virat, Kohli, and Akshar, who landed at four, played a partnership totalling 107 runs in 101 balls. This was the 5th ODI. Both reached half-centuries. First Shreyas achieved his half-century by using 69 balls.
He scored 82 runs from 102 balls. This inning featured 6 fours, 3 sixes, and 2 doubles. This is Iyer’s 14th ODI fifty. In the 11 last matches of this format, Iyer has won 6 half-centuries as well as a century. Akshar reached his third ODI half century in 50 balls, following Shreyas. He got out after scoring 56 runs.