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Ind vs Ban final highlights: India lift Asia Cup 2018 in last ball thriller

Bangladesh forced India to fight till the very last ball, however, injured Kedar Jadhav helped India sail through. India beat Bangladesh by 3 wickets.

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Asia Cup 2018 Final, India vs Bangladesh, Kedar Jadhav
Kedar Jadhav, suffering from hamstring injury won Asia Cup 2018 for India. Photo: @ICC

India on Saturday defeated Bangladesh by three wickets in a nail-biting last ball encounter to bag the Asia Cup title at the

Bangladesh, which defeated Pakistan in their do-or-die Super Four clash on Wednesday, battled against all odds, including injuries to key players, in an attempt to lift the trophy for the first time. 

However, after being asked to bat first by India, Bangladesh could only manage to post 222 at the scoreboard thanks to opener Liton Das' thunderous 121 runs from just 117 balls. However, no other player in the Bangladesh side could manage to play long inning - Mehidy Hasan Miraz (32) and Soumya Sarkar (33) - as most of them fall flat in front of the power-packed Indian bowling lineup.

Spinner Kuldeep Yadav led the Indian bowling lineup with three wickets for just 45 runs. He was provided strong support by (2/41), Yuzvendra Chahal (1/31) and Jasprit (1/39).

Bangladesh started off strongly in the game as openers Liton Das and Mehidy Hasan Miraz posted a 100-plus partnership. However, soon after the first wicket at the score of 120, the Bangladesh side couldn't hold on to the situation and got all out at the score of 222.
 
Live Scoreboard: Final Live score
 




Ind vs Ban final highlights: India lift Asia Cup 2018 in last ball thriller

He may have been on the losing side, but his 121 means that he's the Player of the Match. Congrats Liton Das  pic.twitter.com/LX689bWrRQ — ICC (@ICC) September 28, 2018

Ind vs Ban final highlights: India lift Asia Cup 2018 in last ball thriller

Visuals of celebration in Delhi after India wins Asia Cup 2018. #AsiaCupFinal pic.twitter.com/VxazEa0mIS — ANI (@ANI) September 28, 2018

Ind vs Ban final highlights: India lift Asia Cup 2018 in last ball thriller

Dubai: Firecrackers and celebrations at Dubai International Cricket Stadium. India beat Bangladesh by 3 wickets to lift the Asia Cup 2018 trophy. #AsiaCupFinal pic.twitter.com/ys7h4NJWDT — ANI (@ANI) September 28, 2018

Ind vs Ban final highlights: India lift Asia Cup 2018 in last ball thriller

Credit to Bangladesh team for a putting up a tough fight and making the world number 2 side work hard for their win #INDvBAN #AsiaCup2018 — AsianCricketCouncil (@ACCMedia1) September 28, 2018

Ind vs Ban final highlights: India lift Asia Cup 2018 in last ball thriller

What a thriller! India are the champions of Asia thanks to a nerve-racking last ball win over Bangladesh #INDvBAN #AsiaCup2018 pic.twitter.com/0snnMxuI1d — AsianCricketCouncil (@ACCMedia1) September 28, 2018

Ind vs Ban final highlights: India lift Asia Cup 2018 in last ball thriller

Kedar Jadhav, suffering from hamstring injury, wins the Asia Cup for India

Ind vs Ban final highlights: India lift Asia Cup 2018 in last ball thriller

Kuldeep takes a single off the 5th ball.

Ind vs Ban final highlights: India lift Asia Cup 2018 in last ball thriller

DOT ball

Ind vs Ban final highlights: India lift Asia Cup 2018 in last ball thriller

Kuldeep sweeps and gets 2 runs

Ind vs Ban final highlights: India lift Asia Cup 2018 in last ball thriller

Kedar Jadhav takes a single off the 2nd ball

Ind vs Ban final highlights: India lift Asia Cup 2018 in last ball thriller

Kuldeep takes a single off the first ball.

First Published: Fri, September 28 2018. 14:05 IST

Ind vs Ban final highlights: India lift Asia Cup 2018 in last ball thriller

Bangladesh forced India to fight till the very last ball, however, injured Kedar Jadhav helped India sail through. India beat Bangladesh by 3 wickets.

India on Saturday defeated Bangladesh by three wickets in a nail-biting last ball encounter to bag the Asia Cup title at the

Bangladesh, which defeated Pakistan in their do-or-die Super Four clash on Wednesday, battled against all odds, including injuries to key players, in an attempt to lift the trophy for the first time. 

However, after being asked to bat first by India, Bangladesh could only manage to post 222 at the scoreboard thanks to opener Liton Das' thunderous 121 runs from just 117 balls. However, no other player in the Bangladesh side could manage to play long inning - Mehidy Hasan Miraz (32) and Soumya Sarkar (33) - as most of them fall flat in front of the power-packed Indian bowling lineup.

Spinner Kuldeep Yadav led the Indian bowling lineup with three wickets for just 45 runs. He was provided strong support by (2/41), Yuzvendra Chahal (1/31) and Jasprit (1/39).

Bangladesh started off strongly in the game as openers Liton Das and Mehidy Hasan Miraz posted a 100-plus partnership. However, soon after the first wicket at the score of 120, the Bangladesh side couldn't hold on to the situation and got all out at the score of 222.
 
Live Scoreboard: Final Live score
 




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