India beat Bangladesh in third T20 series 2-1

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In the third T20 match played in Nagpur, India defeated Bangladesh by 30 runs and took the series 2-1.

Bangladesh chased the target of 175 runs, scoring 144 runs in 19.2 overs. Deepak Chahar was the hero of the match, who also scored a hat-trick and took six wickets in Bangladesh.

Chahar struck out six Bangladeshi players with seven runs in just 3.2 overs. He became the first Indian to take a hat-trick in the T20.

The third and final match of the T20 series was played on Sunday in Nagpur between India and Bangladesh.

In this match, Bangladesh had a target of 175 runs to win. At one time, when Mohammed Naeem of Bangladesh was on the wicket, the match was exciting.
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He made a brilliant innings of 81 runs with the help of 10 fours and two sixes on 48 balls.

Apart from him, Mohammed Mithun showed some courage in front of Indian bowlers, he scored 27 runs to become the victim of Deepak Chahar. But the rest of Bangladesh's batsmen couldn't do anything special.

Litandaj returned to the Pavilion with 9 runs and Mushfiqur Rahim opened without account.
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Indian innings

Earlier, India lost the toss and batted first and scored 174 for five in the stipulated 20 overs.

India's Shreyas Iyer, batting strongly, scored 62 off just 33 balls with the help of three fours and five sixes.

He was caught at the hands of a lieutenant on the ball of a gentle government. Apart from him, KL Rahul scored 52 off 35 balls with seven fours. He became a victim of Al Amin.

Earlier, India captain Rohit Sharma bowled to Shafiul Islam by only two runs. His partner Shikhar Dhawan also scored 19 runs off 16 balls with four fours and became the victim of Shafiul.

In the last over, Manish Pandey accelerated India's run pace with an unbeaten 22 off 13 balls with the help of three fours.

Apart from them, Shivam Dubey was also unbeaten on 9 runs. The failure of Rishabh Pant continued once again and he became bold in trying to play a high shot on a gentle government ball.

Only six runs came from his bat. Al Amin of Bangladesh took a wicket with 22 runs. Apart from them, Shafiul Islam gave two wickets for 32 runs and the benign government gave 29 runs.

There were many occasions when the Indian team lost the chance to runout, on the other hand, Bangladesh team also on some occasions left catches of Indian players, which eventually got heavy.