One of the greatest batsmen in the world, Sachin Tendulkar, has defended Yuvraj Sigh after he was blamed for his poor batting in the ICC T20 World Cup 2014.
The Kangaroos got their first win of the tournament with an aggressive batting by Aaron Finch and David Warner while Bangladesh was at the receiving end.
Ahmed Shehzad led the green shirts from the front with an aggressive hundred whereas their bowlers penetrated through the batting line up of Bangladesh.
A deadly bowling by the Blue Shirts, followed by the fifties from Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli, crushed Bangladesh as the visitors entered the semi final.
A solid opening stand between Dwayne Smith and Chris Gayle followed by commendable bowling from Samuel Badree and Krishmar Santokie, drowned Bangladesh.
The minnows Hong Kong humiliated the hosts Bangladesh mainly because of a deadly bowling spell from the spinners duo of Nadeem Ahmed and Nizakat Khan.
A disciplined team work, well led by the quick bowler Al-Amin Hossain and ably assisted by the home batsmen, earned Bangladesh a smooth victory vs. Nepal.
The hosts Bangladesh took a sweet revenge for the Asia Cup defeat from Afghanistan as they beat them all ends up in the opening game of the ICC World T20.
Lady luck kept away from the hosts Bangladesh even in the low scoring last pool game of the tournament vs. Sri Lanka who maintained their unbeaten record.
Pakistan chased the highest no of runs in their history with the assistance of a sizzling hitting from Shahid Afridi and a superb ton from Ahmed Shehzad.