Blind Cricket World Cup: India Crush Bangladesh by 10 Wickets
Skipper Ajay Reddy's all-round performance helped India thrash Bangladesh by 10 wickets and maintain their unbeaten run in the fifth Blind Cricket World Cup in Dubai on Saturday, 13 January.
Elected to bat, Bangladesh scored 226 for 8 in the stipulated 40 overs.
In reply, India chased down the target in just 18.4 overs to continue their winning run.
Reddy (B2 - blind level 2) remained not out on a blazing 101 off 60 balls and hit 14 fours, while Sunil Ramesh (B3) slammed 105 off 57 balls with the help of 17 boundaries.
Reddy also picked up four wickets in 8 overs.
After their first match against Australia was abandoned due to rain, India defeated Sri Lanka by six wickets and Pakistan by 7 wickets.
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