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Rohit Sharma lauds the ‘fearless’ Bangladesh side after Nidahas Trophy final

India beat Bangladesh in the finals of Nidahas Trophy.

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Team India snatched a win from the jaws of defeat in the finals of the Nidahas Trophy 2018. It was a last ball six from Dinesh Karthik that sealed an improbable win for the Indian team. The Indian skipper, Rohit Sharma, looked mighty pleased with the herculean effort of DK and also the efforts of the team. Well, the Indian captain looked very impressed with the opposition as well.

As per the quotes in Deccan Chronicle, Rohit Sharma lauded the Bangladeshi team for their improved game. Rohit noted that the Bangladesh side has been playing fearless cricket and that is something which can pull off great results for any side. He noted that they will only get better with time. He looked impressed with the way the senior players in the team are helping the younger lot.

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“(Bangladesh) play fearless cricket, it’s always good. Sometimes, it can bite you when things don’t go your way but that is the style of cricket they want to play. They are certainly a very good team… in the last three years, we’ve seen how they’ve changed their style of cricket. A few of the guys who are experienced are nurturing the younger guys,” Rohit Sharma quoted.

Shakib returns the favor too!

Meanwhile, Rohit’s opposition number, Shakib Al Hasan also returned the favor by praising the Indian side. Shakib credited the Indian team for their good show. At the same time, the Bangladeshi skipper remarked that he is proud with the way his team fared up in the tournament. He looked happy with the way the boys stepped up to the occasion.

“We were very close but in the end India was on the winning side. Credit goes to them but we cannot take anything away from us for the way we played throughout this tournament. We have showed some good character and played the game in the right spirit and I cannot ask more than that from my team,” Shakib Al Hasan conceded.

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