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India Vs Bangladesh Champions Trophy Semi Final Match Live streaming  , Also Can be Bangladesh Vs India Champions Trophy Semi Final Match Live streaming. In Bangladesh Vs India Match winner will be play on Final Match. Most Of the Bangladeshi think that India Vs Bangladesh match have a strong position of Bangladesh, because they have Imrul Kayes, Sabbir Rahman, Mushfiqur Rahim (W), Shakib Al Hasan (C), Mahmudullah, Mosaddek Hossain, Mosaddek Hossain, Sunzamul Islam, Taskin Ahmed, Rubel Hossain, Mustafizur Rahman. By this Strong team people think that Bangladesh Will be win on India Vs Bangladesh Champions match.

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Tigers’ rise through the India rivalry

Bangladesh are set to play a semifinal match against India in the ICC Champions Trophy 2017, a game which will definitely induce excitement among fans on both sides.

The rivalry has found new meaning in the recent past as both sides traded blows across several ODI series and tournaments.

No, the rivalry is not about having an equal standing – even the most ardent Bangladesh fan has to accept the fact that Bangladesh go into this game as underdogs.

However, Bangladesh have been a thorn in India’s side for some time. If anything, Virat Kohli’s side knows that Bangladesh can spring a surprise on their day.

While the India-Pakistan rivalry has been the preeminent one in the subcontinent, the Bangladesh-India match-up has formed a rivalry of its own as the babes of international cricket have inflicted some telling blows on their older neighbours over the years, giving rise to social media wars waged by the fans of both sides that gives Thursday’s semifinal the feel of a grudge match.

Here we go through a chronological journey and revisit the five Bangladesh victories over India. We look at Bangladesh’s rise in International cricket through the prism of their rivalry against India.\

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26 December 2004, Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka – an upset

This was India’s first full tour of Bangladesh. Bangladesh just wanted to show good spirits and enjoy their cricket – and see if they can manage to spring a surprise on a formidable India side captained by Sourav Ganguly.

The first game of the series was played in Chittagong at the MA Aziz Stadium as an experienced Bangladesh side led by Habibul Bashar managed to restrict India to 245. Bangladesh made a good game of it and fell short of India’s total by just 11 runs.

In the next game of the series, at Bangabandhu National Stadium in Dhaka, -- India rested Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid coming into the game while Bangladesh were pumped after the good showing in their first encounter.

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Aftab Ahmed who had made his debut ODI debut two months prior to this match, played a handy knock of 67 runs as Bangladesh posted 229 runs for nine.

A young Mashrafe Mortaza was bowling with fire at the Indian batsmen and led the charge by picking up Sehwag in the third delivery of the innings. He and Tapas Baisya put the squeeze on the Indian batsmen as India lost a few quick wickets.

Mashrafe would come back later into the attack to remove the dangerous Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Bangladesh were on cloud nine when Aftab ran out Murali Karthik – bowling India out for 214 to win the game by 15 runs.

Bangladesh put a great deal of effort throwing themselves about in the field and it resulted in India losing their last recognised batsman Mohammad Kaif – who was threatening to take the game away from Bangladesh -- run out after a brilliant direct hit from Rajin Saleh.

It was just Bangladesh’s fifth win in 99 matches and only their third against Test-playing opposition. It also confirmed what many in Bangladesh already knew – that Mashrafe, who picked up the player of the match award for his two for 36 in nine overs, was a world-class pace bowler.

The Bangladesh team were united in mourning the loss of cricketer Manjural Islam Rana one day prior to the Group B fixture against India in the 2007 World Cup. Rana, who was also one of Mashrafe’s closest friends, died after his motorbike lost control and collided with a mini-bus. The team felt distraught after receiving the news and Mashrafe wanted to win the game for his friend.

Bangladesh caused a major upset as a strong Indian batting lineup -- consisting of the likes of Sachin Tendulkar, Saurav Ganguly, Virendar Sehwag and Yuvraj Singh -- were bowled out for a measly 191 runs against the Tigers.

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In the match, Mashrafe bowled at high pace, often touching the 145 kph mark, and took four wickets.

An Interesting story that appeared in the Indian Express provides further meaning to the way that Mashrafe reigned on the Indian batsman that day.

Anil Kumble had bumped into Mashrafe in the teams’ hotel and in a friendly chat the now Indian coach griped about how India did not have enough recuperation time between the 2007 World Cup and the tour of Bangladesh -- which was to take place immediately following the World Cup.

“Kumble’s statement almost implied that they expected India to reach the final. He didn’t say it to spite us but I was struck by the arrogance embedded in the statement. Here the tournament was still to begin and Indians were already expecting a berth in the final. It certainly fired us,” Mortaza would say later.

Nobody was prepared for this -- least of all India as they struggled against the new ball. Mashrafe took the scalp of Sehwag and Uthappa with before he finished off the Indian innings with two more wickets in the death overs.

India found it difficult to handle Bangladesh’s battery of left-arm off-spinners as Abdur Razzaq, Shakib Al Hasan and Mohammad Rafique reigned supreme. Veteran Rafique picked up three wickets along with Abdur Razzaq who also took three.

This was also the year when Bangladesh saw the rise of three young emerging talents who would go on to become pillars of the modern Bangladesh team -- Tamim Iqbal was aged 18 at the time, Shakib Al Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim were in there 20s  -- and all three  struck 50’s as Bangladesh chased down India’s 191 with five wickets to spare.

The victory remains a major sporting achievement in Bangladesh history. Mashrafe Bin Mortaza was again the player of the match for finishing with figures of four for 38.

The defeat would lead to India crashing out of the group phase of the World Cup. Less than a month later Greg Chappell would leave the India coaching job and Rahul Dravid resigned from captaincy some six months later.

The defeat hurt India badly and spiked the sense of rivalry between the two teams. Many of their superstar players were in disbelief. For India, losing to Bangladesh -- the new kids on the block was a major embarrassment. The victory gave Bangladesh impetus to win their game against South Africa and cause another upset in the 2007 World Cup.

Former Bangladesh player Akram Khan said: "If Mashrafe had broken the backbone of the Indian team, Tamim hammered the final nail in the coffin with dazzling strokeplay.

"I can assure you that we did not have the courage in our generation to play cricket like this," he added.

These were the first steps towards a change of mentality in Bangladesh cricket, now they had a proactive attitude -- a will to put the pressure back on the opponent -- to play with fire and trade blows. The way Tamim went down the wicket to dispatch a Zaheer Khan over long on was the defining portrait of the change taking place in Bangladesh cricket.

India came into the Asia cup as the reigning World Champions after their victory in the 2011 World Cup, a campaign they started off by beating Bangladesh in the opener in Mirpur. The talk in the media was of Sachin Tendulkar reaching the milestone of the 100th international century.

The Little Master had been struggling to reach the milestone for a while but at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium he finally scored a hundred to complete his ton of tons. India posted 289 for five and while it was a slow innings from Tendulkar, India nevertheless felt happy with the target they set for Bangladesh.

That idea would change at the end of the game as the lusty hitting of Mushfiqur and Shakib saw Bangladesh overhaul India’s total to deliver an incredible win. Mushfiqur’s innings of 46 from 25 balls snatched the game away from India.

The defeat was especially difficult for India as it ruined the momentous occasion of Tendulkar’s landmark achievement. Some in the Indian media had tried to downplay the defeat saying that ‘the monkey was off the back’ referring to the fact that Tendulkar was unable to bat freely with the milestone looming ever larger and now the team could focus on winning the tournament.

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That factor was ultimately negated as the defeat led to India crashing out of the tournament, coming third in the standings. The tournament saw an emerging Tigers’ outfit play the final against Pakistan.

2015 – India in Bangladesh – Mustafizur announces his arrival

Bangladesh had handed Pakistan a whitewash in April 2015, winning the ODI series 3-0. The Tigers’ played tremendous cricket throughout the ODI series played at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium and Tamim was in scorching form, scoring back-to-back centuries in the first two games before following up with a half-century in the final match.

The Tigers’ were brimming with confidence after the massive morale boosting victories against Pakistan. They wanted to hand India a ‘Banglawash’( a term developed by Bangladesh fans meaning a whitewash).

On June 18 Bangladesh faced India at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium and posted a formidable score of 307 after winning the toss -- a record score for Bangladesh against India in ODIs. The series saw an emerging talent enter Bangladesh cricket as Mustafizur Rahman announced his arrival -- the cutter master picked up five wickets in his debut match and vanquished the Indian batting lineup. Bangladesh won the game by 79 runs, having bowled out India for 228 runs. This was an incredible victory for Bangladesh cricket -- they mounted a serious challenge and faced India with a belief never seen before.


Bangladesh went on to win the second ODI with the same authority as the first. India -- normally the best chasing side -- chose to bat first against Bangladesh, perhaps thinking it would bring a change in fortunes.

Mustafizur Rahman once again was the hero for Bangladesh as he beguiled the experienced Indian batting lineup in much the same way as the first ODI. His haul of six wickets for 43 saw India bowled out for just 200 runs. Bangladesh reached the target in 47 overs with four wickets to spare -- Shakib steered the run chase with an effective 51.

India however avoided a whitewash after securing a victory in the last game – a dead rubber; Bangladesh won the series 2-1.

With this victory Bangladesh emerged as a formidable cricketing nation -- currently ranked 6th in ICC rankings above Sri Lanka and Pakistan.

They have made their mark on this edition of the ICC Champions Trophy and have made the semifinals for the very first time in their history. In front of them lie a familiar opponent in the shape of India -- Bangladesh will keep improving and hope their rise continues through this rivalry.

'A big opportunity'

Bangladesh coach Chandika Hathurusingha said that Thursday's ICC Champions Trophy semifinal against India would be just another game in the context of the tournament, but added that it would be an opportunity for his boys to show the world what they are capable of.

He also ruled out the game as some sort of revenge after that 2015 World Cup quarterfinal loss against India where a couple of decisions went against the Tigers.

"There is no feeling of revenge. It's about playing a good game against India. We are thinking of competing and doing our best," said the Bangladesh coach, adding that his boys were ready for the brand of fearless cricket that they have been playing since the 2015 World Cup down under.

"The mood is very good. We are very relaxed. We are looking forward to the game. At the start of the tournament I said that whatever we will achieve is going to be big and so we are very happy about where we are and the way we have played so far," he told reporters after the morning training session.

"For everyone, including the coaching staff, it's the first time and our aim is to go and express ourselves. It's not a very big game; it's a very big opportunity. So, for both the seniors and the juniors my message is to grab this opportunity with both hands," said the inspirational Bangladesh coach.

He however refused to make any comment on Kumar Dharmasena, a regular feature in Indian games, as one of the two umpires for the semifinals.

The coach admitted that experimenting with the batting order was something he should not have done.

"I should admit that we strayed from our original plan in one game. I take the blame. But we still back our initial thought that we need to give players enough opportunity to get used to certain places. He [Sabbir Rahman] has got limited opportunities to prove [himself] and deserves more opportunities."

His comment indicated that Bangladesh are going to field the same eleven that pulled off a famous five-wicket against New Zealand.

"That's the biggest challenge [settling on a combination] we had. We knew we had good enough skills. We have a good combination in place -- a good combination of youth and experience," Hathurusingha said, reflecting on that remarkable turnaround against the Black Caps after being reduced to 33 for four chasing 266.

He said Bangladesh's progress to the semifinal was a reward for steady progress both at home and abroad.

"It was a gradual improvement if you look at our progress over the last two years. The World Cup was the big turning point for us. We went to the quarterfinals by beating England. Then we set a target to do well at home and we have achieved that. And for the last year or so we set our target of doing well overseas. And coming all the way to play the semifinal is a big step for us," the coach observed.

He said Bangladesh are still a developing team but also a unit not afraid of anyone.

"We are very confident. We don't want to think who our opposition is but we want to maximise our potential to give ourselves the best chance," he said, adding that India are still one of the favourites to win the title.

"To be honest not many people will give us a chance to win against India. They are a good team but if we can beat them it will be a very good achievement for us," he said.

Kohli reclaims top spot in ODIs

Indian skipper Virat Kohli on Tuesday reclaimed the title of world's best one-day international batsman, buoyed by two half centuries registered while steering his side into the Champions Trophy semi-finals.

Kohli edged out South African captain AB de Villiers and Australia's Dave Warner in the latest rankings, taking back the crown for just the second time this year.

The right-handed batsman topped the rankings in January for just four days before relinquishing the title. He is now just one point ahead of Warner, the International Cricket Council said in a statement.

The 28-year-old hit a blistering 81 as India drubbed arch-rivals Pakistan in their Champions Trophy opener, before anchoring their modest chase to perfection against South Africa.

Opener Shikhar Dhawan, who rose to 10th in the latest rankings, is top batsman of the tournament so far with a century and two fifties under his belt as India approaches its semi-final showdown against Bangladesh.

Joe Root, who jumped a peg in the rankings to fourth, was the only England batsman in the top 10. Star allrounder Ben Stokes moved up nine places to 20th spot.

Australian paceman Josh Hazlewood meanwhile topped the bowler's chart for the first time in his career, rising above South African leg-spinner Imran Tahir.

Hazlewood -- the first Australian to claim the mantle since Mitchell Starc in 2015 -- has leapfrogged Tahir, Starc and Kagiso Rabada.

Australia though have already bowed out of the Champions Trophy after two matches were washed out and the side succumbed to traditional rivals England in the league stage.

England fast bowler Liam Plunkett jumped seven places to a career-best ninth spot while fellow speedster Chris Woakes stayed put at eighth.

South Africa managed to retain their number-one status in the ODI rankings, staving off Australia and India despite bowing out of the 50-over Champions Trophy in the first round.


Shakib and Mahmudullah knock out New Zealand in stunning turnaround

The world called it the mother of all miracles when little Bangladesh beat the mighty Australians in Cardiff in 2005. Twelve years later, in a toe-to-toe battle with New Zealand at the same ground, Bangladesh staged a comeback for the ages, winning by five wickets after getting nearly blown away by their pace attack. The stunning turnaround was scripted courtesy Bangladesh’s highest stand for any wicket in ODI cricket between centurions Shakib Al Hasan and Mahmudullah who added 224 at over a run a ball after their side had been reduced to 33 for 4 chasing 266.

All of Bangladesh will now back England to beat Australia or pray for a washout in Edgbaston for Bangladesh to reach the Champions Trophy semi-finals in their return to the tournament after 11 years.

Sports Desk (Cricinfo)


Bangladesh’s biggest ODI partnership

224 Partnership between Shakib Al Hasan and Mahmudullah for the fifth-wicket, is the second-highest for any wicket in Champions Trophy history. The only bigger stand was unbeaten 252 runs between Shane Watson and Ricky Ponting against England in the semi-finals of 2009 Champions Trophy in Centurion.

2 Number of higher fifth-wicket partnerships in ODIs, the highest being the unbroken 256 between JP Duminy and David Miller against Zimbabwe in the 2015 World Cup.

2 Instances of Bangladesh beating New Zealand in ODIs outside Bangladesh, which have come in successive games. Two weeks ago, they beat New Zealand in Dublin in the tri-series with Ireland. Before that, they had lost all 15 away ODIs against New Zealand. Overall, this was the 10th win for Bangladesh against New Zealand, their most against top-eight teams.

178 Previous biggest partnership for Bangladesh for any wicket in ODIs, between Tamim Iqbal and Mushfiqur Rahim against Pakistan in Dhaka in 2015. Shakib and Mahmudullah shared the first 200-run stand for Bangladesh in ODI history.

2 Number of bigger partnerships for any wicket against New Zealand in ODIs than the one between Shakib and Mahmudullah. This is the biggest against them since the 331 between Sourav Ganguly and Sachin Tendulkar in Hyderabad in 1999.

2 Instances of two Bangladesh players scoring centuries in the same ODI. The first was by Tamim and Mushfiqur against Pakistan in Dhaka in 2015 and the second in this game. In the Champions Trophy, this was only the fourth such instance for any team.

2015 Last time Mahmudullah had scored a century in ODIs, also against New Zealand, in Hamilton at the World Cup. Incidentally, all three of his centuries have come in ICC tournaments.

6 Number of centuries for Shakib that have resulted in wins, joint-most for Bangladesh along with Tamim. Only one of Shakib’s seven ODI centuries has come in losing cause. For Tamim, three out of his nine were in defeats.

51.67 Mahmudullah’s average in wins for Bangladesh – the highest among all players with more than five innings. He averages just 26.81 in lost ODIs.

62 Runs added by New Zealand in the last 10 overs of the innings – the least among all teams in this tournament batting all ten overs. South Africa scored 63 runs against Pakistan on Wednesday, which was the previous lowest. New Zealand have a run rate of just 6.20 in the last ten overs, which is the lowest among all teams in that phase in this tournament.

4 Consecutive scores of 50 or more for Kane Williamson in the Champions Trophy – the most by any player. He made 67 in the last game of 2013 Champions Trophy and then 100, 87 and 57 in this tournament. Unfortunately, his scores couldn’t seal a semi-final birth for his side and they were the first team to be knocked out. Williamson was also run out for the third time in his last four ODIs.

Sports Desk (Cricinfo)

Find out what Mahmudullah is pointing at

The bat was signed by Mahmudullah's six-year old son, Raeid, who had told his father to play with that particular willow in the multi-nation event

Bangladesh batsman Mahmudullah’s celebration following his match-winning unbeaten century against New Zealand at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff on Friday left many guessing as to what it meant. Mahmudullah upon reaching his third ODI hundred first bowed down facing the direction of Mecca before showing his bat towards the dressing room.
Mahmudullah displayed an autograph on his bat that was apparently signed by “someone special”. Many were left wondering if it was someone from the dressing room that he was indicating, perhaps one of his colleagues had signed the bat to make it a lucky charm.
However, what the Tigers cricketer had really indicated was that the historical bat, with which he scored the magnificent undefeated hundred, was signed by his six-year old son, Raeid, who had told father Mahmudullah to play with that particular willow in the multi-nation event.


Although the final result was pronounced after the intervention of rain, England did beat Australia in the crucial match that determined Bangladesh’s future in the 2017 Champions Trophy.
England beat Australia by 40 runs according to the D/L method.
Bangladesh will be playing in the semi-finals.
England and Bangladesh have proceeded to the semi-finals while Australia and New Zealand have been knocked out of the tournament.

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