India vs Bangladesh 3rd ODI 2022
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5 Worst ODI Games For Team India In 2022. Team India finished 2022 as the fourth-ranked team in ODI cricket. In a year where there were two major T20 events, The Indian team did not play too many ODI games and focused more on T20 cricket.

The management constantly chopped and changed the white-ball squads with a few-all format players busy playing Test cricket in England. The senior players Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma skipped the South Africa series and they did not perform to their full potential in the series against England and Bangladesh.

Overall, 2022 was not a fruitful year for The Indian cricket team who faced a few telling defeats in the ODI format. Their losses came against teams like South Africa, England, and Bangladesh.

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India vs Bangladesh 3rd ODI
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Loss to Bangladesh was the toughest of them all to digest. The Men in Blue had won 30 out of 36 ODIs against Bangladesh before the three-match series. A 2-1 loss to the Tigers was a new low for India in ODI cricket. Bangladesh registered their second consecutive ODI series victory against India on home soil. They defeated the Men in Blue by a margin of 2-1 in 2015.

In this article, we take a look at the five worst ODI games for India in 2022, a year that had more disappointments for Team India than for success. Losses in T20 World Cup and Asia Cup topped it all.

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5 Worst ODI Games For Team India In 2022

India vs Bangladesh 2022 1st ODI, Dhaka

Shakib Al Hasan
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Bangladesh stunned India by beating them in the first ODI by one wicket in Dhaka. It was a low-scoring thriller with India being bowled out for 186. KL Rahul anchored the innings with his 73 off 70 balls. Shakib Al Hasan took five for 36 with the ball as seven Indian batters including Virat Kohli scored in single digits.

Bangladesh found a new hero in Mehidy Hasan Miraz who scored an unbeaten 38 off 39 balls and along with Mustafizur Rahman (11*) scored the last 50 runs. It was one of Bangladesh’s most memorable wins against India in the format.

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Anshuman Roy

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