Reason why Bangladesh got bonus five runs vs India in CT semi-final

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Reason why Bangladesh got bonus five runs vs India in CT semi-final
Reason why Bangladesh got bonus five runs vs India in CT semi-final

Birmingham : Bangladesh got lucky in the semi-final game of Champions Trophy against India as they were awarded five bonus runs due to a silly mistake by former Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

In the 39th over, Bangladesh scoreboard moved up from 201 to 206 runs as Dhoni tried to pull off a runout. 

Indian wicket keeper Mahendra Singh Dhoni threw his gloves on the field to collect the ball and attempt run out, by mistake ball landed on the gloves and a penalty of five runs was imposed on the Indian team.

Team Bangladesh went on to set a 265-run target against India for the loss of seven wickets.

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