India Vs Bangladesh World Cup 2011

February 19, 2011 by staff 

India Vs Bangladesh World Cup 2011, (AFP) – Record-breaking Sachin Tendulkar was the first wicket to fall during the 2011 World Cup on Saturday when he was executed, following a crazy mix-up with opening partner Virender Sehwag cons Bangladesh.

Tendulkar, 28, pushed the ball to mid-on and went for a quick single and the fifth ball of the 11th over of the opening tournament, but Sehwag has not responded by leaving the two men the end of the non-striker.

Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan to wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim thrown to remove deposits.

India reached 69 without loss at the time.

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First battle of the 2011 World Cup is in Group B, India and Bangladesh in Mirpur. By winning the toss, captain of Bangladesh, Shakib Al Hasan has chosen to be the first field.
The opening of the match, Virendra Sehwag, began with great bass beat the ball out of the border.

His partnership with Sachin Tendulkar was working fine until Chakib ran Tendulkar to 28runs from 29 balls. They made 69 runs partnership off.

Sehwaag, still plays great, has led to cross India score 100 in 15 overs. The partnership was broken when Mahmudullah bowled Gambhir to 39 tracks.

Virat Kohli, a drummer for several series last notification, has done a great partnership with Virendra Sehwag.

With incredible shots and great strikes, Virat Kohli and Sehwag, as partners, carried the score to 355, which was the highest score for India after the game they played against Pakistan in Mirpur (330 tracks).

The duo produced outstanding when Sehwag had to return to the pavilion after being shocked by Shakib. Sehwag became the second top scorer in Indian ODI (175) after Kapil Dev (175 in 1983).

Virat Kohli, undoubtedly proved Dhoni decision to choose more Kohli Suresh Raina to be correct, by scoring a century in his first game of the World Cup.

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