On this day in 2018: Rohit Sharma-led India won its seventh Asia Cup title

On this day in 2018: Rohit Sharma-led India won its seventh Asia Cup title
On this day in 2018: Rohit Sharma-led India won its seventh Asia Cup title

On this day in 2018: It was on this day, three years ago, when India under the leadership of Rohit Sharma won its seventh Asia Cup title.

On this day in 2018: In the finals of the 2018 Asia Cup, India defeated Bangladesh by three wickets. Chasing 223, the Men in Blue won a nail-biter on the final ball as Kedar Jadhav and Kuldeep Yadav remained unbeaten. Rohit Sharma top-scored as he played a knock of 48 runs while Dinesh Karthik also got among the runs as he scored 37 runs.

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Earlier, Kuldeep Yadav and Kedar took five wickets among themselves as India bowled out Bangladesh for 222. For the Bangla Tigers, Liton Das played a knock of 121 studded with 12 fours and 2 sixes.

India is the most successful side in the Asia Cup and has won seven titles so far including the last-two titles.

On this day in 2018: So far, 14 editions of the Asia Cup have been played and India has managed to win the tournament seven times.

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Sri Lanka has won the Asia Cup five times while Pakistan has managed to achieve the feat two times.