Rain played spoiled sport in Dharamsala

| Sunday, March 13, 2016 - 13:21
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Mega event the sixth ICC T20 Wold Cup is underway, the qualifying stage currently involving eight teams two of which will qualify for the super ten stage. Rain god played a spoil sport in Dharamsala on Friday. Both the matches scheduled to play was called off due to rain.

The first international match between Oman and Netherlands was washed away without a ball being bowled after the persistent rain which left large puddles on the field in Dharamsala. Bangladesh vs. Ireland were also abandoned due to rain, after rain match reduces to 12 over’s. Team Netherland launched them self for the tournament in the previous T20’s with the steering run chase were knocked out. Just two matches came into their campaign this year. Bangladesh Vs Ireland were also abandoned due to rain, after rain match reduces to 12 overs preside Bangladesh race 94 for 2 of 8 overs when the weather intervene for the final time.

In Nagpur, the match was played between Afghanistan and Zimbabwe while the second clash will be the Hong Kong team taking off Scotland. Both teams have knocked out of the tournament but they will be eyeing their first win of the tournament. Indian bowlers dominated the shortest line for the game. Ms Dhoni made it clear for Mohammed Shami to find a place in top 11 bowling line for the game. Shami to prove his fitness is performing well in the practice session.

Ravichandran Ashwin is believed to be the most trusted leftient. Ashwin is the best bowler in the T20 format and it will be treat to watch him play.

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