It was match day 40 of the ICC Cricket World Cup on Tuesday which meant that the group fixtures were nearing an end. This also meant that the clash between India and Bangladesh was a game of utmost importance for both sides who still had a chance of reaching the semi-finals.
India remained unbeaten thus far throughout the tournament after crushing the West Indies.
There is certainly no ‘I’ in team, but it just takes one moment of magic to separate the winners and losers in elite sport. This may play out to be true in the 2019 Cricket World Cup which is set to start on the 30th of May.
On Sunday another exciting season of cricket in the Indian Premier League concluded in nail biting fashion. The Mumbai Indians made history by becoming the most successful team in terms of trophies won.
India produced some fantastic cricket in Nottingham at Trent Bridge, which saw them overcome England by a considerable 203 runs.