New Delhi: The 35th match of the ongoing T20 World Cup between India and Bangladesh has reached an exciting turn. Rain has disturbed the match. Team India, batting first after losing the toss, scored 184 runs for 6 wickets. Considering the mood of the weather, Bangladesh batted fast from the beginning and scored 66 runs in 7 overs without losing a wicket. Presenting the view of batting, Liton Das hit fifty in 21 balls. Till the rain came, he has scored an unbeaten 59 runs in 26 balls, hitting 7 fours and 3 sixes. While Najmul Shanto is playing after scoring 7 runs.
Will Bangladesh win the match if the rain does not stop?
If the rain does not stop in Adelaide, Team India will suffer and will lose that match. Sensing the mood of the weather, Bangladesh batted vigorously. In this way he is 16 runs ahead of the target. Bangladesh should have scored 40 runs in 7 overs, but they have scored 66 runs. Bangladesh are 16 runs ahead of the DLS par score here. Had there not been a 6-over match, there could have been one point chances.