Ahead of ICC Champions Trophy 2017 semi-final clash between India and Bangladesh, former captains Mohammad Ashraful and Habibul Bashar said on Wednesday that the defending champions will be under the pressure and not Bangladesh.
"We have previously reached Asia Cup final. But no doubt this is the biggest moment in the history of Bangladesh cricket. It's like mini World Cup. India are the defending champions it's no secret that they will be under more pressure. We have an experienced side and we need a team effort," the current selector said.
The 44-year-old said their bowlers will hold the key. However, Rohit Sharma will be the biggest 'threat'. His 137 in their 2015 World Cup quarterfinal win is "still fresh" in his mind.
Now-sidelined Ashraful also said pressure would be on India and added only one-two percent separates both the teams.
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