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IND W vs BAN W ODI: India tie third match with Bangladesh, series ends 1-1

Updated on: 23 July,2023 07:53 AM IST  |  Mirpur
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Needing 10 runs from 19 deliveries with four wickets in hand, India looked on course to a comfortable win

IND W vs BAN W ODI: India tie third match with Bangladesh, series ends 1-1

Harleen Deol

India botched up an easy run chase as a tenacious Bangladesh rallied to tie the final ODI as well as the three-match series here on Saturday.


Needing 10 runs from 19 deliveries with four wickets in hand, India looked on course to a comfortable win.


However, the visitors suffered a batting collapse towards the end to lose their last four wickets within the span of 16 balls while chasing 226 for victory. India were all out of 225 in 49.3 overs and with the scores leveled and the scheduled time over, the match was called a tie as the two sides shared the trophy.


India collapsed from 191 for five in the 42nd over to 217 for nine in the 48th, but the last-wicket pair of Jemimah Rodrigues (33 not out) and Meghna Singh (6) took the team close to the finish line.

With one run needed to win off the last four balls, Marufa Akter had Meghna caught behind as half centuries by Smriti Mandhana (59) and Harleen Deol (77) went in vain.

The duo had stitched a 107-run stand for the third wicket after India were reduced to 32 for 2. After Mandhana’s departure in the 29th over, Deol stitched small partnerships of 21 and 31 with captain Harmanpreet Kaur (14) and the experienced Jemimah to help India inch closer to the target. 

Deol was finally out in the 42nd over and it was left to Rodrigues to hit the required runs, but all she could do was watch as wickets fell at the other end.

Brief scores
Bangladesh 225-4 in 50 overs (F Hoque 107, S Sultana 52; S Rana 2-45 ) v India 225 all out in 49.3 overs (H Deol 77, S Mandhana 59; J Rodrigues 33*; N Akter 3-37, M Akter 2-55) match tied

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