India vs Bangladesh Live Score 2nd ODI

India vs. Bangladesh Live Score, 2nd ODI: Umran Malik Defeats Najmul Hossain Shanto India is three down

<p><strong>India vs. Bangladesh Live Score, 2nd ODI: Umran Malik Defeats Najmul Hossain Shanto India is three down</strong></p>

India Vs Bangladesh | 2nd ODI | 2022 

Mohammed Siraj has been India's standout bowler thus far, dismissing both Bangladesh openers within the first 10 overs.

IND vs BAN, 2nd ODI Live: Mohammed Siraj has been India's standout bowler thus far, dismissing both Bangladesh openers within the first 10 overs.

Bangladesh skipper Litton Das won the toss and chose to bat against India in the second One-Day International.

For India, Axar Patel replaces Shabaz Ahmed in the key moments, and Kuldeep Senis is replaced by another young fast Umran Malik. Sanju Samson has been added to the team in place of Rishabh Pant, who is out due to injury. KL Rahul kept wickets in the first game, so there would be no alterations in that regard. Mehidy Hasan Miraz's spectacular 39-ball 38-run cameo in the previous match helped Bangladesh win with four overs to spare after India was all out for 186 runs.

Live coverage of India vs. Bangladesh 2nd ODI: Siraj handed India an early lead, dismissing Anamul Haque for 11 in the second over. In the tenth over, he dismissed the in-form Litton Das to put Bangladesh on the back foot. After dismissing Najmul Hossain Shanto in the 14th over, Umran Malik put Bangladesh three down. India skipper Rohit Sharma was rushed to the hospital for a scan after sustaining a thumb injury while fielding in the slips. Bangladesh won the toss and chose to bat against India in the second One-Day International (ODI) at Mirpur's Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium. Umran Malik and Axar Patel replaced Shahbaz Ahmed and Kuldeep Sen in India.

Bangladesh leads the three-match series after winning the first game by a single wicket.

After losing the first ODI from a strong position, Team India faces a must-win situation in the second game of the three-match series on Wednesday, December 7.

Bangladesh's home dominance will be maintained if the Men in Blue suffer another defeat in Dhaka. Since October 2016, they have not lost a bilateral ODI series at home.

Team India appeared to be on course to grab a 1-0 lead in the first ODI. They had the hosts on the mat at 136/9 after defending a dismal total of 186. Bangladesh won the match by one wicket thanks to a ferocious batting performance by Mehidy Hasan Miraz and some strange Indian tactics.

The visitors must ponder on their setback and vow to return stronger. For starters, they require some stability at the top of the food chain. Following Miraz's onslaught, their bowling likewise lacked enthusiasm. In a word, India's white-ball cricket needs a major revamp. The process should have begun by now, but it's never too late to start.

Bangladesh has made one modification. Nasum Ahmed replaces Hasan Mahmud. Axar Patel replaces Shahbaz Ahmed for India, while Umran Malik replaces Kuldeep Sen, who is unavailable for selection.

IND versus BAN XIs for Today's Match

India's batting order is as follows: Rohit Sharma (c), Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, KL Rahul (w), Washington Sundar, Axar Patel, Shardul Thakur, Deepak Chahar, Mohammed Siraj, and Umran Malik.

Najmul Hossain Shanto (c), Litton Das (w), Anamul Haque, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim (w), Mahmudullah, Afif Hossain, Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Nasum Ahmed, Ebadot Hossain, Mustafizur Rahman

IND vs BAN pitch report for today

The spinners had grip, turn, and bounce in the first match, according to Anjum Chopra. The game will be played today on pitch number eight. It's much browner, with only a hint of green. If you apply yourself, this is a nice pitch to bat on.

Following their startling setback in the first ODI, Team India will be aiming for a comeback when they face Bangladesh in the second match on Wednesday, December 7 at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Dhaka.

After being assigned to bat first, the Men in Blue failed to get their innings going, scoring only 186 runs before being bowled out.

The goal was always going to be reachable by the hosts. However, the Indian bowlers put up a terrific fight, taking nine wickets for 136 runs.

Mehidy Hasan Miraz snatched a win from the jaws of loss for Bangladesh with a match-winning 38 run-knock off 39 balls as the visitors were on the approach of triumph.

The Indian bowlers struggled to get Bangladesh's elusive last wicket and would be hoping to improve today.

Both teams have the opportunity to shatter a number of records in the second ODI in Dhaka. Let us look at the three of them.

#3 For the first time, Bangladesh can win two back-to-back ODI series against India.

Bangladesh has been undefeated in an ODI series at home since 2016, and they have a strong record in their own country.

The Bangladesh Tigers now have a wonderful opportunity to win the present series against India and defeat their Asian rivals in back-to-back ODI rubbers for the first time.

The Tigers defeated Team India 2-1 in the last ODI series between India and Bangladesh in 2016.

If Bangladesh defeats India on Wednesday, they will make history.

#2 Virat Kohli needs two more catches to become the Indian with the most ODI catches.

Virat Kohli, one of India's greatest servants in cricket, has broken several records and has a chance to break another in the second ODI.

As a superb athlete, Kohli has a total of 139 catches in 261 innings of One-Day Internationals. This is the third-most by any Indian player, after only Mohammad Azharuddin (156) and Sachin Tendulkar (140).

If Kohli catches at least two more balls on Wednesday, he would overtake Tendulkar's record of 140 catches and become the Indian with the second-most ODI catches.

#1 Shreyas Iyer is on track to become the fastest Indian to amass 1500 ODI runs (by innings)

Shreyas Iyer has had a fantastic start to his ODI career, averaging a little around 50. This year, he has been one of India's most consistent run-getters in the format, and he is also on the cusp of a personal milestone.

Iyer, who has 1452 runs in 33 ODI innings, might become the fastest Indian hitter (by innings taken) to reach 1500 runs.

If the Mumbai boy scores 48 runs in the Bangladesh series, he would break KL Rahul's record of 36 innings to achieve 1,500 ODI runs.

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