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Bangladesh beat India to win Wheelchair T20 Cricket Series

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Bangladesh clinched the three-match Wheelchair T20 Cricket Series 2-1 after beating the host India by seven wickets in the deciding game on Wednesday in Mumbai, India, according to Bangladesh Cricket Board press release on Thursday.
Batting first, Indian team were bowled out for 101 in the 14th overs. Romesh was the top scorer India with 13 runs.
Bangladesh's Ujjal bagged four wickets while Rajon, Ripon and Shipon picked up one wicket each.
In reply, Bangladesh reached their target in the 18th over for the loss of three wickets with Mithu hitting an unbeaten 50 with 10 fours. Ujjal was 24 not out.
The home team had won the first game by one run while Bangladesh leveled the series with a seven-wicket victory in the second match.

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