At about the midway characteristic of India's batting innings, Mustafizur Rahman was brought back for a subsequent spell to check whether he could rope in India's openers. It was currently the start of the 24th over and now, Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul had just included 147 runs—India's most noteworthy opening stand of this World Cup—to the scoreboard at Edgbaston. In ran the man they call Fizz, Bangladesh's best left-arm pacer terminating in a snappy and overpitched ball at Sharma. 

It's difficult to discern whether Mustafizur got the opportunity to perceive what occurred at the opposite end of his finish. Be that as it may, had he turned upward and watched Sharma's stroke, there's an incredible possibility he would have deep down valued it as well. Standing calmly in his wrinkle and watching the line of the ball until the absolute last minute, Sharma let his tenderly washing bat space the ball legitimately over the bowler's head. The ball at that point lingered palpably for a couple of substantial seconds and drifted behind Edgbaston's sightscreen. 

It was the sort of six cricketers will in general hit in cola notices. It was the sort of six that analysts will in general name as 'shot of the day'. Be that as it may, this Sharma six, the fifth of his morning in Birmingham, was more on the lines of 'shot of the competition'. Those runs took him to 87, putting him very nearly a bunch of World Cup records. 

Sharma proceeded to guarantee every one of them. Most hundreds at a solitary World Cup, four, tied with Kumar Sangakkara from 2015. Check. Most keeps running by any player at this release up until this point, 544, thusly making him the main Indian separated from Tendulkar to cross the 500-run mark at a World Cup. Check and check. Also, of importance to the record books as well as this match too was the way that Sharma and Rahul had included 180 keeps running by the 30thover, India's most noteworthy consistently opening stand at a World Cup. Check. 

In any case, in that exceptionally finished, the 30th, Sharma's familiarity stammered for a minute against Soumya Sarkar's wily medium pace and he was no more. Gotten off a confused hurl at spreads for 104, Sharma's second hundred of every three days on this very ground had arrived at an end, and it was presently down to India's quite discussed shortcoming, their center request, to make an extraordinary half into a mind blowing full. In the event that you consider a sum of 134 keeps running for the following eight Indian wickets as unbelievable, at that point indeed, India's center request accomplished its objective as well. 

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However, maybe an objective of 315 was continually going to be sufficient for Bangladesh, a group that has scaled 300 or more run pursues on just four events in their cricket history. One of those, however, was at this extremely World Cup against the West Indies where Shakib Al Hasan's unbeaten 124 helped topple their most elevated ever focus of 322 in the 42nd over. Shakib—as of now amidst a hair-raising World Cup crusade—at that point would have been critical, and till he was around Bangladesh dependably had a whiff. Shakib played with firm hands and delicate hands, terminating his way to his 6th score this World Cup of more than fifty runs. 

The innings was worth 66, yet like in Sharma's thump, Shakib too passed various achievements. On 24, he turned into the primary Bangladeshi to cross 500 keeps running at a World Cup and had he scored three additional runs, he would've toppled Sharma to turn into the World Cup's top-scorer. Be that as it may, tragically for him, he previously came up short on reasonable accomplices and after that out of protections, throwing a straightforward catch to World Cup debutant Dinesh Karthik off a Hardik Pandya slower ball. 

Pandya was Virat Kohli's go-to bowler today, his varieties giving three achievements, every one of them gets to India's infielders. Shakib's scalp was obviously the most pivotal of Pandya's accumulation on this overcast night, pulling a cover over Bangladesh's semi-last expectations—and at the same time revealing India's entrance into the last-four—by 28 runs. 

Despite the fact that the edge of annihilation may appear to be just about wide enough, now and again it was excessively risky. Mohammad Saifuddin, coming in at No 8, started a frenzy, hitting an unbeaten 38 ball 51, yet came up short on accomplices. 

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Kohli would most likely have been frustrated; not such a great amount in his bowlers but rather that his batsmen slipped from 180 for no misfortune at the 30 over imprint to 314 for nine toward the finish of the innings. He surely was noticeably baffled when his amazing keep running of structure—five back to back World Cup fifties—didn't proceed at Edgbaston on Tuesday. On 26, he hoped to pull Mustafizur for a six just before the beginning of the demise overs and was gotten at profound square leg. 

Pandya didn't keep going too long either. In the equivalent Mustafizur over, the 39th, he pulled far from the wrinkle as the bowler kept running in, the batsman guaranteeing that there was an issue with his bat. Another bat was conveyed to him and Mustafizur kept running in by and by, cutting the sparkling wood's edge and Pandya was away for a duck. In strolled MS Dhoni, seeing out the twofold wicket lady with no more harm. 

At the opposite end was Rishabh Pant, and neither Pant nor Dhoni had gotten positive audits for their articles against England on Sunday. Gasp was the first of the two to turn the table, having effectively discovered his touch with a whirlwind of shots—including a transcending six off the low maintenance turn of Mosaddek Hossain close to the media box—before Dhoni's landing. Be that as it may, Dhoni's quality was all the consolation he required, for Pant cut free in the over after the twofold wicket lady. 

The principal ball was cut through point for four. The following ball was hurled over midwicket for four more. What's more, the cylinders in Pant's engine were presently moving pleasantly in light of the fact that when the bowler, Saifuddin, gave him no room at all in the accompanying ball, Pant still figured out how to cut him for another limit. Gasp would've preferred a fifty for his astonish, yet was out gotten on 48 attempting to trudge Shakib. 

Dhoni looked busier on Tuesday than he did on Sunday, two sizzling spread drives in the penultimate over got India to and past the 300-run mark, however India couldn't break that imprint by much as three wickets, including that of Dhoni's, fell in Mustafizur and Bangladesh's last finished.

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