Virat scored against half-centuries against Bangladesh, scoring 47 off 46 balls to return to the pavilion
Shikhar Dhawan was able to make 9 runs in 1 ball, Rohit Sharma played 42 balls to hit 19 runs
Sports desk Team India's 4 wickets fell in the second practice match in Cardiff against Bangladesh. Lokesh Rahul and Mahendra Singh Dhoni are on the crease. Rahul scored 45 balls and Dhoni completed his half-century on 40 balls, while Captain Virat Kohli missed out with Fifty. Virat scored 47 runs off 46 balls.
In this match, Bangladesh won the toss and decided to bowl. Earlier, batting first, India's first wicket fell on 5 runs. Shikhar Dhawan became the lbw on a run of one run by Mustafizur Rehman. After this, Kohli added 45 runs for the second wicket with Rohit Sharma. However, when the team score was 50, then Rohit was bowled by Rubel Hossain. Rohit scored 19 runs.
Shankar scored just 2 runs from 7 balls
After Rohit's dismissal, Virat could not even stay on the crease for a long time. Virat along with Lokesh Rahul got 33 runs for the third wicket. Only three runs left when he completed his half-century, only then Mohammed Saifuddin bowled him. After Virat's fall, Vijay Shankar came on the crease, but he returned to the pavilion after scoring two runs.