During the just concluded one-day series against Bangladesh, Indian skipper MS Dhoni decided to promote himself up the order. For the majority of his career, the wicket-keeper has been batting lower down the order, at number six or seven,
India managed to secure a comfortable victory over Bangladesh in the third one-dayer on Wednesday, but it did not count for much as they had already lost the series having been defeated in the first two matches.
When India stepped out for the 3rd ODI against Bangladesh at Mirpur, there weren't much hopes from the team. They had put up two terribly disappointing performances in the first two games, it was indicative of the fact that they just did not want to play any more cricket. Indian skipper MS Dhoni
Having been beaten in the opening ODI, India would have been desperate to keep the series alive with a win on Sunday. In fact, following the loss in the opening match, Indian batsman Suresh Raina had stated that although the loss was disappointing
BAN vs IND 1st ODI Review: Bangladesh continued their impressive run at home in ODIs by registering a memorable 79-run triumph over a shell-shocked India in the first match of the three-game series at Mirpur