Asia Cup, 2000 / Fall of wickets and partnerships

Asia Cup - 2nd match

Bangladesh v India

India won by 8 wickets (with 59 balls remaining)

Bangladesh innings | India innings
Partnerships - Bangladesh innings
Wkt Runs Overs RR Player Player Start End
1st 2 3.2 0.60 Javed Omar Shahriar Hossain - 1/2 (3.2)
2nd 28 6.3 4.30 Shahriar Hossain Habibul Bashar 1/2 (3.2) 2/30 (9.5)
3rd 94 22.5 4.11 Habibul Bashar Aminul Islam 2/30 (9.5) 3/124 (32.4)
4th 7 2.0 3.50 Aminul Islam Akram Khan 3/124 (32.4) 4/131 (34.4)
5th 103 13.4 7.53 Akram Khan Naimur Rahman 4/131 (34.4) 5/234 (48.2)
6th 9 1.0 9.00 Mohammad Rafique Naimur Rahman 5/234 (48.2) 6/243 (49.2)
7th 6* 0.4 9.00 Enamul Haque Naimur Rahman 6/243 (49.2) 6/249 (50.0)
Highest partnerships in the match
Inns Wkt Runs Overs RR Player Player Start End
1 5th 103 13.4 7.53 Akram Khan Naimur Rahman 4/131 (34.4) 5/234 (48.2)
2 3rd 100* 15.2 6.52 M Azharuddin SC Ganguly 2/152 (24.5) 2/252 (40.1)
1 3rd 94 22.5 4.11 Habibul Bashar Aminul Islam 2/30 (9.5) 3/124 (32.4)
2 1st 85 11.1 7.61 SR Tendulkar SC Ganguly - 1/85 (11.1)
2 2nd 67 13.4 4.90 HK Badani SC Ganguly 1/85 (11.1) 2/152 (24.5)
1 2nd 28 6.3 4.30 Shahriar Hossain Habibul Bashar 1/2 (3.2) 2/30 (9.5)
1 6th 9 1.0 9.00 Mohammad Rafique Naimur Rahman 5/234 (48.2) 6/243 (49.2)
1 4th 7 2.0 3.50 Aminul Islam Akram Khan 3/124 (32.4) 4/131 (34.4)
1 7th 6* 0.4 9.00 Enamul Haque Naimur Rahman 6/243 (49.2) 6/249 (50.0)
1 1st 2 3.2 0.60 Javed Omar Shahriar Hossain - 1/2 (3.2)
Tournament Results
Pakistan v Sri Lanka at Dhaka - Jun 7, 2000
Pakistan won by 39 runs
Pakistan v Sri Lanka at Dhaka - Jun 5, 2000
Pakistan won by 7 wickets (with 10 balls remaining)
India v Pakistan at Dhaka - Jun 3, 2000
Pakistan won by 44 runs
Bangladesh v Pakistan at Dhaka - Jun 2, 2000
Pakistan won by 233 runs
India v Sri Lanka at Dhaka - Jun 1, 2000
Sri Lanka won by 71 runs
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Photos

Jun 1, 2000

Local spectators at Dhaka's Bangabandhu National Stadium jubilate during the Bangladesh innings against India in the four-nations Asia Cup cricket. India beat Bangladesh by eight wickets. Asia Cup 1999/00, 2nd Match, Bangladesh v India, Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka. 30-31 May 2000.

Local spectators at Dhaka's Bangabandhu National Stadium

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Jun 1, 2000

Bangladesh players celebrate the dismissal of Indian superstar Sachin Tendulkar in the Asia Cup limited-overs tournament at the Bangabandhu national stadium in Dhaka. India won the match by eight wickets. Sri Lanka and Pakistan are the other teams in the tournament to determine the regional one-day champions. Asia Cup 1999/00, 2nd Match, Bangladesh v India, Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka. 30-31 May 2000.

Bangladesh players celebrate the dismissal of Sachin Tendulkar

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