India Beat Bangladesh, book the berth for the big finale against Pakistan

The winners of this match will play Pakistan, shock eight-wicket conquerors of England, in Sunday's final at the Oval. Both the batsmen put 123 runs for the third-wicket partnership, highest in Bangladesh's innings.

While there is plenty of room for improvement, the final group stage win over New Zealand will remain as a highlight of the tournament for Bangladesh. As a result, India comprehensively beat Bangladesh by nine wickets. But the blue-eye Bangladesh batsman didn't last long as he become the second victim of Bhuvi.

Shakib Al Hasan fell shortly after, while Rahim went on to make 61 off 85 deliveries, which included four boundaries, before he was sent packing by Jadhav. But, once they got out, Bangladesh struggled to stitch even a single partnership, until Mashrafe Mortaza came to the crease.

Kohli, however, had all the praise for other architects of the team's bowling effort, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah.

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Shikhar Dhawan's quickfire 46 laid the foundations to India's chase before Rohit and Kohli took over, putting on an unbroken 178-run stand from 153 balls full of eye-catching strokes in front of 24,340 fans - a record ODI attendance at Edgbaston.

A century from Rohit Sharma and a knock of 96 from 78 balls from skipper Virat Kohli saw India reach their target at Edgbaston in Birmingham with 9.5 overs left.

"Now we have time to regroup and come back strongly".

Given the strength in depth of India's batting order, Pakistan will likely need to rely heavily on Wasim and Ali to slow things down and take some prime wickets early on. "You have to be stronger mentally in these type of games, but otherwise we did well". He's not a surprise package (Kedar Kadhav), he's a smart guy, he knows where to pitch the ball and see what the wicket is offering. "It could have been close to 300". I grew in confidence. But it ended up changing the whole game for us", he said adding, "When moves like this pay off, I won't take the whole credit. Never a worry when you're middle order isn't batting too much. Everyone is hitting the ball magnificently in practice.

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It was not just a defeat; it was a chastening one for Bangladesh in the second semifinal of the ICC Champions Trophy against India. "Was quite determined today".

He said, as quoted by Crictracker, he said, "I don't practice bowling that much but I spend time with MS Dhoni and try to learn as much as possible from him". But at the end of the day, it's a cricket game, so whoever plays well, they'll win.

At one for one, there were fears that Bangladesh, who collapsed to 84 all out in a 240-run warm-up thrashing by India last month, were poised for another slump.

In the morning, having been asked to bat, Bangladesh had been making swift progress with Tamim and Mushfiqur in control, handling India's frontline spinners without trouble.

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