After the shock they got against England, Indian group ricocheted back in style to beat Bangladesh by 28 runs and seal their compartment in the semi-finals. Rohit Sharma featured with the bat as he smacked his fourth century in the World Cup and he was given great help by KL Rahul. Bangladesh were vivacious in their pursuit of 315, yet Jasprit Bumrah and Hardik Pandya fended off chipping at the wickets as they fell in the end came up short on steam. 

"I mean Bangladesh has played some great cricket in the competition. They merit a great deal of credit for the battle they set up, even till the last wicket I think they were in the game. We needed to buckle down for the success however extremely upbeat that we saw 'Q' (Qualified) before the group in the table at this point. Another game as an open door for us to do very similar things we have done as such far in the competition, and I feel that will keep us in the outlook heading towards the semi-last," Indian skipper Virat Kohli said after the match. 

Rohit Sharma was decreed man of the counterpart for his splendid century and said that the pitch was an extraordinary one to bat on and he felt great appropriate from the earliest starting point. 

"I had an extraordinary inclination directly toward the begin. The pitch was great to bat on. At first needed to take some time and after that evaluate where we go from that point. That is the means by which it has been for me at this World Cup," Rohit said at the post-coordinate question and answer session.

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