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Bangladesh vs India - Third ODI

December 27, 2004
Toss: India won the toss and decided to bat
Bangabandhu Stadium, Dhaka
Umpires: Aleem Dar, Mahbubur Rahman
Result: India beat Bangladesh by 91 runs

One day International Report

India Cricket Live India went on a batting blitz to make amends for Sunday's shock defeat, trouncing Bangladesh by 91 runs in the third and final one-day international to clinch the series 2-1 on Monday. Opener Virender Sehwag hit an explosive 70, Rahul Dravid a breezy 60, Saurav Ganguly added 55 and Yuvraj Singh blasted a 32-ball 69 as the visitors racked up 348 for five. It was India's highest total against Bangladesh and their sixth-best ever in one-dayers.
The visiting bowlers then restricted Bangladesh to 257 for nine, only Rajin Saleh putting up any resistance with a career-best 82 off 114 deliveries. Sachin Tendulkar finished with four wickets for 54 with his occasional spin.
India, who won the series opener by 11 runs in Chittagong, lost by 15 runs on Sunday after being bowled out for 214. They had swept the test series 2-0. In Picture: Sachin Tendulkar returned with bowling figures of 9.0 2 54 4 and 47 runs off 42 balls with 9 4s. He also claimed the key wicket of Bangladesh opener Saleh.

India Bangladesh 3rd and Final ODI Result

India Cricket Live Won: India 348-5 ( 50 overs) beat Bangladesh 257-9 (50 overs) by 91 runs Yuvraj SIngh was in no mood to look for ones and twos, dominating a stand of 93 in eight overs with Mohammad Kaif, who made an unbeaten 29. He took 17 off the 46th over, bowled by Rafique, and went to a 22-ball half century with a boundary off pace bowler Mashrafe bin Mortaza. Yuvraj celebrated by lashing the next delivery over mid-wicket for six before finally holing out off Mahmud, who finished with 3-62 from his 10 overs. India's fastest 50s
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India Innings
Batsman
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
V Sehwag c Mohammad Ashraful b Khaled Mahmud
70
52 9 2
S R Tendulkar c Khaled Mashud b Khaled Mahmud
47
42 9 0
S C Ganguly c Khaled Mahmud b Rajin Saleh
55
80 2 2
R Dravid c Mashrafe Mortaza b Mohammad Rafique
60
68 5 0
M Kaif not out
 
29
24 2 0
Yuvraj Singh c Aftab Ahmed b Khaled Mahmud
69
32 8 3
M S Dhoni not out
 
7
2 0 1
Extras
 
7w 4lb 11
 
Total for 5 348

Bowler
O
M
R
W
Mashrafe Mortaza 10.0 0 60 0
Hasibul Hossain 6.0 0 53 0
Mushfiqur Rahman 6.0 0 52 0
Khaled Mahmud 10.0 0 62 3
Mohammad Rafique 10.0 1 63 1
Aftab Ahmed 2.0 0 16 0
Rajin Saleh 6.0 0 38 1
Fall of wicket
Batsman
106 S R Tendulkar
125 V Sehwag
223 S C Ganguly
247 R Dravid
340 Yuvraj Singh

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Bangladesh Innings
Batsman
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
Nafis Iqbal c M S Dhoni b A B Agarkar
10
20 2 0
Rajin Saleh st M S Dhoni b S R Tendulkar
82
114 8 1
Mohammad Rafique c R Dravid b Z Khan
0
4 0 0
Habibul Bashar c M S Dhoni b A B Agarkar
2
7 0 0
Mohammad Ashraful run out
32
34 4 0
Aftab Ahmed c M S Dhoni b Harbhajan Singh
9
13 1 0
Khaled Mashud lbw b S R Tendulkar
10
16 0 0
Khaled Mahmud c Joginder Sharma b S R Tendulkar
14
31 0 0
Mushfiqur Rahman not out
 
27
44 3 0
Mashrafe Mortaza st M S Dhoni b S R Tendulkar
39
20 3 3
Hasibul Hossain not out
 
1
1 0 0
Extras
 
6nb 17w 8lb 31
 
Total for 9 257

Bowler
O
M
R
W
A B Agarkar 7.0 0 32 2
Z Khan 6.0 1 15 1
Joginder Sharma 3.0 0 20 0
Harbhajan Singh 8.0 0 48 1
S C Ganguly 5.0 0 25 0
Yuvraj Singh 6.0 0 24 0
S R Tendulkar 9.0 2 54 4
V Sehwag 6.0 1 31 0
Fall of wicket
Batsman
31 Nafis Iqbal
32 Mohammad Rafique
41 Habibul Bashar
102 Mohammad Ashraful
138 Aftab Ahmed
163 Rajin Saleh
164 Khaled Mashud
198 Khaled Mahmud
246 Mashrafe Mortaza

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Indian Team

India Cricket Live V Sehwag, S C Ganguly, Yuvraj Singh, R Dravid, M Kaif, S R Tendulkar, M S Dhoni, A B Agarkar, Joginder Sharma, Z Khan, Harbhajan Singh

Bangladesh Team

India Cricket Live Mashrafe Mortaza, Mushfiqur Rahman, Hasibul Hossain, Khaled Mahmud, Mohammad Rafique, Aftab Ahmed, Nafis Iqbal, Habibul Bashar, Mohammad Ashraful, Rajin Saleh, Khaled Mashud

The Venue

India Cricket Live Having hosted Pakistan's first ever home Test match, in 1955 when it was called the Dacca Stadium and Bangladesh was still part of Pakistan, the Bangabandhu stadium was also the venue of Bangladesh's inaugural Test match after they became the 10th nation to be awarded Test status. Named after the father of the nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the stadium in Dhaka has been a regular venue for one-day internationals in the past couple of years and is widely recognised as the home of cricket in Bangladesh. Located in the north of the main city, the Bangbandhu National Stadium has had floodlights since 1998 and is now capable of holding a capacity of 36,000 spectators.

Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.