For the second time in two days, UAE's bowlers put up a disciplined effort to restrict the opponents, bowling first, but for the second time in as many days, their batsmen came unstuck chasing what have been rather simple targets.
Having been thumped by India in the opening game of the Asia Cup T20 tournament, Bangladesh will be looking forward to get on the points table when they take on qualifiers UAE in the third match of the event on Friday. Although UAE have been impressive in the qualifying matches,
Rohit Sharma overcame a slow start on a difficult to help India reach a competitive 166 for 6 in their 20 overs. He ended up smashing 83 in merely 55 balls with seven fours and three sixes, and featured in consecutive half-century partnerships with Yuvraj Singh (16) and Hardik Pandya (31)