IND vs BAN: Watch: Mahmudullah takes spectacular boundary catch to dismiss struggling Shivam Dube for 14

Mahmudullah and Shivam Dube

India batsman Shivam Dube did not have the kind of outing he would have liked in his first game for the Indian team after the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024. He could not live up to his reputation in the game. practice with the Bangladesh striker. of the 2024 T20 World Cup.

The ICC T20 World Cup 2024 warm-up match between India and Bangladesh is underway at the Nassau County Cricket Stadium in New York. India opted to bat first and had a decent outing with the bat as they got used to the conditions ahead of the tournament.

While it was a decent outing for some players with the bat, few would be upset with themselves for not taking advantage of the opportunity. One of them was Shivam Dube, who could not handle the bat at the Nassau County Cricket Stadium in New York.

Shivam Dube came out to bat after Rishabh Pant retired after scoring a blistering half-century. The all-rounder was expected to set the stage on fire while hitting the big six against the spinner like he did in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024.

Shivam Dube looked to ease the tackles and landed some big blows but his stay in the box was cut short by Mahmudullah’s brilliance on the field. During the fourth ball of the 15th over, he attempted to bowl Mahedi Hasan.

Shivam Dube advanced down the track and came within the length of the ball. He tried to throw the ball on the ground. Mahmudullah, who was at long-on, moved to his right and took a good catch at shoulder height.

The ball was traveling quickly towards him and Mahmudullah realized that he might fall. He, however, bowled the ball up and then adjusted brilliantly once again to complete the catch and send the batsman packing at the Nassau County Cricket Stadium in New York.

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Shivam Dube finished with an innings of 14 runs off just 16 balls. He managed a strike rate of around 87 and scored a six in his innings. The batsman would hope to turn things around when the tournament begins and help his team win.

India posted a total of 182 runs in a warm-up game

India had a decent outing with the bat in the match against Bangladesh. At the top, Rishabh Pant scored a magnificent half-century while captain Rohit Sharma (23) at the top played a decent knock. Suryakumar Yadav (31) also managed to get some runs under his belt.

After Dube got out, it was Hardik Pandya, who played a sensational innings with the bat. The all-rounder, who didn’t seem to have good contact with the bat in the IPL, played a brutal innings at the end. He scored an unbeaten 40 runs off 23 balls to take his team to a total of 182 runs on the board.