India vs Bangladesh: Mehidy Hasan Miraz grabbed the limelight once again as he smashed his first ton to help Bangladesh beat India in the second match by five runs to take a 2-0 series lead.
Mehidy scored an unbeaten 100 off just 83 deliveries, including eight fours and four sixes, and in the process added 148 runs partnership with Mahmudullah for the seventh wicket.
Rohit Sharma injured himself while fielding and in place of him, Virat Kohli came in to open the innings. However, he only managed to score five runs while chasing 277.
Rohit entered the batting order at position nine with a broken thumb and immediately began to hit the ball. He scored a half-century in just 27 balls, but it wasn't enough to prevent the visitors from losing the match. You can find the best betting bookies here.
Here are some stats and numbers from the 2nd ODI between India vs Bangladesh:
Mehidy became the second player to score a hundred in one-day internationals at No. 8. Ireland's Simi Singh scored 100 in Dublin, against South Africa in 2021.
On home turf, Bangladesh defeated India in an ODI series for the second time in a row. They defeated Team India in 2015 by 2-1.
In just 27 deliveries, Rohit scored India's second-fastest fifty against Bangladesh. The record is held by Yuvraj Singh, who scored a fifty-six in 22 balls in 2004.
For India against Bangladesh, Mohammed Siraj bowled the second-most costly spell (2/73). In Fatullah in 2014, Varun Aaron recorded one wicket for 74 runs.
In their last five one-day internationals against Bangladesh, Men in Blue have lost four of them.
In an ODI match against India, Mahmudullah and Mehidy put up the highest seventh-wicket partnership in history. The duo shared 148-run stand together. Find more article on BAN vs IND and you favorite Sports News.