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India yet to get into Mustafiz mystery: Last combat of ODI series toda

Rafi Ahmed
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 India yet to get into Mustafiz mystery: Last combat of ODI series toda

Bangladesh had so much to prove and in this series and so far they have done ever so well. India is yet to figure out a solution to their problem facing the young gun of Bangladesh, Mustafizur. The mystery boy from backwoods Satkhira took 11 wickets in his first two ODIs and created a new world record as a debutant.
Mustafizur Rahman helped the hosts beat India twice to secure their first-ever series win against cricket-senior India .So far, Team Bangladesh have dominated in every department in this series. The top order and the middle-order batsmen clicked in the right time to give them the support they needed. But It seemed Dhoni and his team were completely helpless against Bangladesh’s sharp bowling attack--and specially by Mustafiz .
Bangladesh scored more than three hundred runs in the first ODI, batting first, which is a sign of great improvement in their batting department .Tamim and Soumya did very good in the opening and paved their path to a big score. Shakib, Sabbir and Nasir contributed in the middle.
Despite the effort of Rohit Sharma and some contributions from Dhawan and Jadeja, India only managed to get 228 runs in reply. As a result, Bangladesh won the first ODI by 78runs--a huge difference in today’s cricket. Mustafizur took 5 wickets for Bangladesh in his debut match. The match was over way before the end. India surrendered without a fight.
In the 2nd ODI, India batted first. They now looked more helpless than ever. Dhawan and Dhoni tried their best to put up a decent total on board, but, in the end, they could only manage 200 runs altogether before they were bowled out by Bangladeshi bowlers.
Mustafizur hunted down 6 wickets for 43 runs--his career best in his only 2nd International ODI. In reply Bangladesh took only 38 overs as the fate of the game was decide by DL method due to interruption by rain. India only took 4 wickets of Bangladesh. Mustafizur was adjudged Man of the Match.
The total domination of team Bangladesh in the first two ODIs shows that Bangladesh is upcoming powerhouse of Asian cricket as they had ‘Banglawashed’ Pakistan, another cricket giant, the previous series and they are unbeaten for 10 home games.
India will be looking to snatch at least a win to prevent them from getting Banglawashed tomorrow (June 24).On the other hand, Team Bangladesh is hungrier than ever after they secured their place in the next Champions Trophy and climbed to the seventh spot of ICC ranking for the first time.
June 24, 2015

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