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India 251 for 5 (Dhoni 91*, Karthik 58*) beat Bangladesh 250 for 7 (Omar 80, Saqibul 50, Tamim 45, Mongia 3-49) by 5 wickets
Scorecard and ball-by-ball details
Bulletin - Dhoni and Karthik steer India home
Sidharth Monga - Dhoni won it on a leg, a prayer and a partner
Comment - Wrong time, wrong place
Quotes - Shastri buoyant after win
Stats - Doing it in singles
Preview - After the straight talk, spin could win
Quotes - Cricket the sole focus: Dravid
Stats - The numbers put India on top, but...
Sidharth Monga - It's not the fall, but the getting up that's hardest
Head to Head
Diary - Remembering Raman Lamba
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