India’s Thrilling Victory Over Bangladesh: on 17th Match of Cricket World Cup 2023

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The Cricket World Cup 2023 brought another exciting match to the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Pune, India. This seventeenth match pitted the teams of India and Bangladesh against each other, and it was a contest to remember.

Bangladesh won the toss and decided to bat first. Their opening batsmen, Litton Das and Tanzid Hasan Tamim, stepped onto the pitch with high hopes. Litton Das put on a great performance, scoring 66 runs from 82 balls, while Tanzid Hasan Tamim contributed 51 runs from 43 balls. However, their teammates couldn’t quite match their performance. Najmul Hossain Shanto only scored 8 runs from 17 balls, Mehidy Hassan Miraz added 3 runs from 13 balls, and Tawhid Hridoy managed 16 runs from 35 balls. Mustafizur Rahman scored just 1 run from 7 balls, and Shoriful Islam ended the innings with 7 runs from 3 balls, remaining not out.

In the end, Bangladesh scored a total of 256 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in their 50 overs. Litton Das and Tanzid Hasan Tamim were the top scorers for Bangladesh, with 66 and 51 runs, respectively.

Now, it was India’s turn to bat. Their opening batsmen, Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill, aimed to chase down Bangladesh’s target. Rohit Sharma played a quick innings, scoring 48 runs from 40 balls, while Shubman Gill added 53 runs from 55 balls.

The hero of India’s innings was Virat Kohli, who managed a brilliant century by scoring 103 runs from 97 balls. Shreyas Iyer also chipped in with 19 runs from 25 balls, and K L Rahul finished the game not out with 34 runs from 34 balls.

In the end, India achieved the target with 7 wickets in hand, completing their run chase in 41 overs and 3 balls. The top run-scorers for India were Virat Kohli with 103 runs and Shubman Gill with 53 runs.

It was a thrilling match, and India emerged as the victorious team, showcasing their cricketing prowess and determination. Cricket fans around the world were treated to a memorable contest in the Cricket World Cup 2023.

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