Big PictureFrom being a one-sided affair, the India-Bangladesh clash has become a more tightly fought contest. Having won three of their four matches in the Nidahas Trophy, India go into the final as favourites. This despite the absence of several key players, including captain Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni. India, however, will have to be wary of Bangladesh's 'tenacity', as wicketkeeper-batsman Dinesh Karthik said on the eve of the final.Most T20s come down to which team copes better with pressure.
The ICC has upheld its decision to impose one demerit point on the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka for a below-average pitch produced for the second Test between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka in February. ICC's general manager (cricket) Geoff Allardice and cricket committee chairman Anil Kumble concluded that match referee David Boon's rating was correct, after the BCB had appealed the sanctions.
In Bangladesh's case, deadly maritime disasters and road accidents have already made us permanently nervous about our waterways and highways. When an accident is first reported, we look back at the last time we took that particular route and what awaits us the next time. Air travel's prevalence in the country in last 20 years has already made the BS211 tragedy a relatable one.
Bangladesh were in the game for a long time when nobody expected them to and then @Mustafiz90 bowled that superb 18th over. The last two overs though, didn't go to plan, particularly Rubel. I thought it was asking too much of Soumya Sarkar to bowl a high-pressure last over.
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