The rivalry between Bangladesh and India is defined by five blows

The rivalry between Bangladesh and India is defined by five blows

The rivalry between Bangladesh and India is defined by five blows




From the first match between the two nations in October 1988 to their most recent encounter in the T20 World Cup in Australia, there have been many powerful individual batting performances between India and Bangladesh. In games between India and Bangladesh, Navjot Singh Sidhu scored the first half-centurion in 1988, and two years later, he also recorded the first three-figure score.

Aminul Islam has had a few remarkable performances against India, notably the 145 in the Test match in 2000 that made him the first Bangladeshi player to make a century against India. Faruk Ahmed was the first Bangladeshi player to score a half-century against India back in 1990. We examine a few noteworthy collisions between members of both teams over the years.


Sachin Tendulkar has a 248-run lead (2004 Test)

It took Sachin Tendulkar some time after his 1989 debut before he achieved his first double hundred, which he accomplished in 1999 against New Zealand in Ahmedabad. It took Tendulkar five more years to score his first double hundred abroad. But a few months later, at the SCG, he completely outdid himself with another double ton, tying the legendary Sunil Gavaskar for the most Test centuries.


Mushfiqur Rahim (56*) and Shakib Al Hasan (53) (2007 50-over World Cup)

By dismissing India for 191 with their bowling, Mashrafe Mortaza, Abdur Razzak, and Mohammad Rafique had already established the tone for the World Cup encounter in Trinidad. Tamim Iqbal scored 51 off 53 as Bangladesh continued to dominate India in the encounter, seeking for a crucial reversal to keep their World Cup hopes alive.


175 Virender Sehwag (2011 50-over World Cup)

When Bangladesh and India faced off in the 2011 World Cup opener, opening batsman Virender Sehwag referred to it as a "revenge match" in reference to India's defeat to Bangladesh in 2007 and their early elimination. And on game day, Sehwag was prepared to serve as the main wrecker. The signs were not good for Bangladesh when he hit the opening World Cup ball for a four. He had smashed three boundaries in the first two overs alone. However, the full devastation was to wait till later.

Dinesh Karthik holds a 29-run lead (2018 Nidahas trophy final)

Bangladesh's confidence increased significantly during a spectacular run to the T20I tri-series championship in Sri Lanka. They had a difficult 166/8 on the board, led by Sabbir Rahman's 77 off 50 and important hits from Mahmudullah and Mehidy Hasan. India lost a few wickets during the powerplay of the chase, but Rohit Sharma's fifty-six helped them stay on course. However, Bangladesh changed the situation by putting a stop to the scoring, leaving India needing 34 from the final two overs.


The Litton Das 60 (2022 T20 World Cup)

Bangladesh was under pressure when India, after being asked to bat, produced 184 for 6 with half-centuries from Virat Kohli and KL Rahul and a quick-fire 30 from Suryakumar Yadav. Bangladesh needed to get going on the pursuit right away because of the approaching weather and the DLS. And in Litton Das, they discovered the ideal candidate for the position.


Das sped to a 21-ball fifty and had hit 56 off the 60 that Bangladesh had amassed in the powerplay without losing a wicket. His display of strokeplay astounded the Indian bowlers. Bangladesh was 17 points ahead of the DLS par score when the competitors were forced to leave the field due to rain, entirely due to Das's solo effort. Bangladesh was chasing a revised goal of 151 runs in 16 overs when play eventually started. However, Das's run-out turned the tide as a string of wickets fell in the aftermath. 31 off 12 and later 20 off 6 were the final scores. Bangladesh put up a valiant fight but came up five runs short.


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