India's below-par performances let Bangladesh start the series on a winning note

Arch-rivals India and Bangladesh are momentarily participating in a three-match One-Day International Series. They encountered the first match on Sunday at Sher-e-Bangla Stadium as Bangladesh came out victorious. 

The India visitors telecasted below-par performances on being propelled to bat first. All of the line-up fell down in 41.2 overs and could only tally 186 runs. Apparently, it seemed easy to chase, and Litton Das's men made it possible to start the series with a win. 

Thanks to the brilliant efforts from Das, which portrayed a five-wicket haul while conceding 36 runs from 10 overs. Bangladesh's bowling performances also include a four-wicket haul from Ebadot Hossain. With them gathering a handful of early wickets, the host was able to restrict India on an underdog score. 

 Opener KL Rahul turned was the top-scorer with 73 off 70, while skipper Rohit Sharma was the next best, scoring a 31-ball 27. Shreyas Iyer faced 39 balls to score 24. Nevertheless, the rest had below-par contributions of 186.

Bangladesh stuck to a stronger response, chasing it down in 46 overs. It cannot be said that it was one-sided from Bangladesh; it must be admitted that bowlers from the two sides were quite similar in performances, whilst the batters did not do much. 

Indian bowlers picked nine wickets as Mohammed Siraj turned out as the best with a three-wicket haul of 32 runs. Both Kuldeep Sen and Washington Sundar scalped twice, whereas Deepak Chahar and Shardul Thakur were struck once each.

Saving one wicket and four overs, Bangladesh touched the feat with the courtesies of Litton Das, Shakib, and Mehidy Hasan's batting. The batters scored 41, 29, and 38, respectively, while the rest had underdogs contributions in upbringing the feat. 

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