Bangladesh Vs India Mirpur 2014

Stuart Binny created history as Bangladesh lost 8 wickets for just 14 runs in Mirpur. Image Credits: Espncricinfo

As a second string Indian side toured Bangladesh in 2014, the youngsters were a given a golden opportunity to prove their caliber and they did so in an odd fashion. In the second ODI, a rain curtailed game, India crumbled for just 105 batting first on a track moderately assisting the seam bowlers. Bangladeshi debutant Taskin Ahmed impressed with 5/28 in 8 overs. In what should have been a relatively easy chase for Bangladesh, the game produced one of the worst batting collapses of all time in ODI history. Bangladesh were in the driver’s seat at 44/2, when India’s Stuart Binny was brought into the attack. What unfolded there on was almost unbelievable as Bangladesh wickets fell like bowling pins. Bangladesh lost 8 wickets for just 14 runs, with Binny the chief wrecker, taking 6/4, the best figures by an Indian in ODI cricket history. India won the game comfortably by 47 runs.

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