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1st ODI India vs Bangladesh: Team India Fined for Slow Over-rate


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The recent India vs Bangladesh cricket match has stirred up controversy due to the slow over rate maintained by both teams. The match saw both teams being fined for maintaining a slow over rate during the game.


IMPORTANCE OF MAINTAINING A GOOD OVER RATE


The slow over rate controversy is not new to cricket. It is likely to continue to be a topic of debate in the future. However, it is important for teams to be aware of the rules and to make an effort to maintain a good over rate. This will be beneficial for the sake of the game and for their own financial interests.


INDIA'S LOSS AND PENALTY


Team India loses their hope during a crucial Cricket Match against Bangladesh. This is not only because their opponent is so persistent. In addition, their failure to keep up with the required pacing has affected the entire game. The slow speed of their deliveries resulted in serious consequences. This includes a hefty penalty and a potential setback in their overall performance.


They lost Monday's ODI series opener by 1 wicket in Dhaka. This leaves a disappointing note on Team India. The International Cricket Council (ICC) has handed a heavy fine to Rohit Sharma & Co for maintaining a slow over rate defending a low target of 187 runs.


BANGLADESH'S VICTORY AND MAN OF THE MATCH


The Indian bowlers fought hard and limited the home team to 136/9. However, it was all-rounder Mehidy Hasan Miraz. Miraz showed great courage and led the hosts to a memorable victory. He took one wicket and helped Bangladesh win with 24 balls remaining. Pacer Mohammad Siraj and Washington Sundar bowled tightly for the Indian team. Although debutant Kuldeep Sen took 2 wickets. Deepak Chahar and Shardul Thakur took one wicket each. They couldn't get the final wicket for India. Miraz was named the man of the match for his excellent all-around performance, taking 4 wickets for 38 runs. Bangladesh now leads the three-game series 1-0, and the second match will be held at the same venue on Wednesday.


The Indian bowlers were unable to maintain the appropriate speed throughout the intense match.Not only were the attentive umpires watching their deliveries, but so were the avid fans who eagerly awaited each ball.


ICC'S CODE OF CONDUCT AND PENALTY


The International Cricket Council (ICC) acted immediately to punish the Indian side

The slow over rate appeared to affect the game's flow and intensity. This obviously worked against India Team.



This is in accordance with the ICC's code of conduct. A large penalty was part of the punishment. This drew attention to the fact that players should be careful to keep their over/under rates in check.


The slow over rate controversy has sparked a debate among cricket fans and experts. With some arguing that the rules are too strict. While others are calling it stricter enforcement of the rules.


Some even argue that the rules regarding over rates are too strict. According to them, this should not take into account the various factors that can affect the pace of the game. For example, injuries, reviews, and other interruptions can cause delays that are beyond the control of the players. In fact, this is just a friendly reminder about everyone's safety. This is also to ensure that we play by the book and provide an enjoyable experience.


THE CONSEQUENCE


Players receive a 20% fine for each over they fail to bowl on time. In the first India vs. Bangladesh ODI, India got an 80% penalty. Match referee Ranjan Madugalle imposed it after finding India four overs short. Rohit Sharma admitted guilt, so no formal hearing is needed. Michael Gough, Tanvir Ahmed, Sharfuddoula Ibne Shahid, and Gazi Sohel charged India.


The team's excellent captain, Rohit Sharma, took the blame for the slow over rate. He He showed great sportsmanship by admitting his mistake and accepting the penalty without a formal hearing. Sharma's reply showed that he was serious about protecting the integrity of the game.


Despite the loss, credit must be given to the persistent efforts of the Bangladesh squad. They made the most of the circumstances. As a result of India's slow over rate, the host team showed their resolve by taking advantage of the situation. Their tenacious performance at the place illustrated the value of flexibility under pressure.



THE CRICKET FANS


Many cricket fans and experts have argued that the over rate should be given more attention. They maintained the integrity of the game. They also provided fans an uninterrupted viewing experience.


The cricket match between India and Bangladesh had many people on the edge of their seats. The slow over rate of Team India, shifted the focus of the game in an unexpected direction.


Keeping the over/under rate consistent is not only the responsible thing to do. Also keep in mind that this is essential to maintain the game flow.



Players and teams must be aware of the effect their actions have on the pace and atmosphere of the match.


SUMMARY:


In the match, India lost to Bangladesh by just one wicket. Bangladesh is now leading the three-match ODI series 1-0. Bangladesh chose to bat first, and India could only score 186 runs in 41.2 overs. KL Rahul played well with 73 runs from 70 balls, but other important players like Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, and Virat Kohli didn't perform well. The Indian batsmen struggled against the bowling of Shakib al Hasan and Ebadot Hossain. During their chase of 187, Bangladesh also faced some early difficulties and were 26/2 in 9.1 overs. However, a partnership of 48 runs between Litton Das and Shakib revived Bangladesh's chances of winning the match.


CONLUSION:


In conclusion, the India vs Bangladesh match has highlighted the importance of maintaining a good over rate in cricket. While the rules may be strict, they are in place to ensure the integrity of the game and to provide an enjoyable experience for fans. As such, it is important for teams to make an effort to comply with the rules and to avoid falling behind on their over rate.



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