Defending a paltry total ofIndia dismissed Bangladesh for in 33 overs, courtesy year-old left-arm spinner Atharva Ankolekar, who emerged as the star of the Indian team with figures of 5 for 28 from 8 overs. Defending a paltry total ofIndia dismissed Bangladesh for in 33 overs, courtesy year-old Ankolekar, who emerged as the star of the Indian team with figures of 5 for 28 from 8 overs. While Ankolekar spun a web of spin to derail Bangladesh's chase, he was supported well by pacer Akash Singh, who accounted for three wickets.
The tournament will be held in September ahead of the World T20 in Australia. The Board will follow whatever decision the centre takes. We believe that just like we hosted the tournament last year in the UAE, Pakistan should also ideally organise it at a neutral venue.
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