- Bangladesh won the toss and opted to bowl first.
- Rahul positioned India at a significant score, fueling 73 runs in 70 balls.
- Shakib took 5 wickets for the India team.
- India posted 186 runs on the scoreboard.
- Litton Das scored maximum runs for Bangladesh, 41 in 63 balls.
- Mohammad Siraj dismissed 3 Bangladeshi batters.
- Scoring 187 with a loss of 9 wickets, Bangladesh won the match against India by 1 wicket.
At Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka, India and Bangladesh clashed for the 1st ODI on December 4, 2022 where Bangladesh won the toss and chose to bowl first.
In the opening match, the captain of the Indian cricket team, Rohit Sharma, could get only 27 runs in 31 balls while KL Rahul stood tough for India, scoring 73 off 70 deliveries while other batters couldn’t contribute much enough. Keeping the bowling attack strong, Bangladesh restricted India at 186 with a loss of 10 wickets.
To chase down the target of 187, Shanto and Litton Das opened the bowling attack with Chahar on the opening bowling attack. In the first ball only, Chahar shocked Shanto, dismissing him and the right-handed batter, Anamul Haque took the batting charge. He bought the first four for the side, scoring 8-1 after 3 overs.
After 9 overs, Siraj dismissed Anamul who scored only 14 in 29 balls. Litton Das slashed for multiple boundaries and with Shakib on side, Bangladesh boys crossed the half-century, standing at a score of 51-2 after 15 overs.
Getting 41 runs in 63 balls, Litton Das got a dismissal from Washington and the right handed batter, Mushfiqur Rahim took the batting charge. On the throw from Shabaz, Shakib bought back-to-back two boundaries and lost his wicket to Shakib.
With Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmudullah on the pitch, Bangladesh crossed the century, with a score of 102-4 after 26 overs. The next few overs were really tough for Bangladesh as Indian bowlers didn’t let them take long shots. After 6 overs, Bangladesh boys scored 128 runs with a loss of 6 wickets.
In the 39th over, Kuldeep Sen dismissed Afif Hossain and the right-handed batter, Ebadot Hossain took the batting charge who also lost his wicket to Sen only. The right-handed-batter, Hasan Mahmud took the batting charge and the side got to 135-8 after 39 overs.
Indian pacers were wonderful as Siraj took another wicket of Hasan Mahmud in the 40th over. Mustafir revived some hope for the side and smacked a four that led them to score 140-9 after 40 overs.
In the death overs, Miraz crunched two sixes, jumping up to a score of 154-9 after 41 overs.
In Ind vs Ban ODI opening match, Bangladesh scored 187 and won the match against India by 1 wicket.
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