Mirpur: India batsman Suresh Raina on Friday pronounced a 79-run improved by hosts Bangladesh in a initial of a 3 One-Day International (ODI) array here was unpleasant though insisted that they are still a improved group and would come behind stronger.
India mislaid by 79 runs on Thursday. After surrender 307 runs with a ball, a visitors authorised themselves to be skittled out for 228 in 46 overs. Three of their batsmen did not even strech double figures.
“Bangladesh outplayed us in each department. Having pronounced that, all a 5 wickets that Mustafizur Rahman took, he got them off a slower round and got a set batsmen, initial Rohit and afterwards me. When Ravindra Jadeja and we were batting, we believed that if we could widen it out for 5 some-more overs, we would have won it,” Raina was quoted as observant by bcci.tv.
“This detriment is a bit intolerable for us and it is spiteful a lot. Yes, they played improved than us currently though we are still a improved team.”
Raina credited Bangladesh for their performance. Bangladesh have recently done fast strides in ODIs.
“Their cricket is improving day by day though we are on a opposite level. We didn’t play good today. But we still have dual games left and we need to put in all a appetite in creation a clever comeback. One improved doesn’t make us a bad side. As Ravi bhai (Shastri) only told us, a approach we come behind will uncover a character.”
The maladroit batsman pronounced a aim of 308 runs was within India’s strech though some peculiarity bowling by a hosts incited a diversion around.
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“We should have chased it, generally given a strength of a batting line-up. But their debutant left-arm pacer bowled unequivocally good and a dual breakthroughs that Taskin (Ahmed) gave them in a form of Shikhar (Dhawan) and Virat (Kohli) was game-changing. After that we never unequivocally managed a good partnership besides a one between Ravindra Jadeja and me. That harm us,” he said.
Skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman were fined on Friday by a International Cricket Council (ICC) following their mid-pitch collision during a match. Dhoni was fined 75 per cent of his compare fee, while Mustafizur was docked half of his fee.
Speaking on a incident, Raina shielded his skipper. “It would have been unfortunate had one of a batsmen got run-out since of that. He collided with Rohit Sharma and afterwards MS Dhoni.”
“Anyone could have been severely hurt. He has to learn to stay divided from a representation when a batsmen are running. The umpires need to have a discuss with him about it. If he doesn’t change this habit, it will be really formidable for him,” Raina concluded.