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Third One-Day International

Bangladesh v India

2005: The Indians in Bangladesh, 2004-05

Amit Varma

Second One-Day International

Bangladesh v India

2005: The Indians in Bangladesh, 2004-05

Amit Varma

First One-Day International

Bangladesh v India

2005: The Indians in Bangladesh, 2004-05

Amit Varma

Second Test

Bangladesh v India

2005: The Indians in Bangladesh, 2004-05

Amit Varma

First Test

Bangladesh v India

2005: The Indians in Bangladesh, 2004-05

Amit Varma

Tour Summary

The Indians in Bangladesh, 2004-05

2005: The Indians in Bangladesh, 2004-05

Amit Varma

Bangladesh v India, 3rd ODI, Dhaka

'We were very upset after yesterday' - Sehwag

Dec 27, 2004: Virender Sehwag, the Man of the Match in the deciding game of the series, admitted that the Indian team were very upset with their shock loss in the second game, and wanted to make certain there was no repeat of the fiasco

Anand Vasu in Dhaka

Bangladesh v India, 2nd ODI, Dhaka

A small redemption

Dec 27, 2004: It took a humiliating defeat and the spectre of unspeakable ignominy to rouse the Indian batsmen to come up with a performance befitting their stature

The Wisden Verdict by Sambit Bal

Bangladesh's triumph

That winning feeling

Dec 27, 2004: Bangladesh's sensational triumph on Sunday was a significant achievement for the nation

Rabeed Imam

Bangladesh v India, 3rd ODI, Dhaka

India seal comprehensive win

Dec 27, 2004: India crushed Bangladesh by a whopping margin of 91 runs and romped home to a series victory

The Bulletin by Anand Vasu in Dhaka

Bangladesh v India, 2nd ODI, Dhaka

'They were outstanding in the field' - Ganguly

Dec 26, 2004: Sourav Ganguly admitted that India were beaten by a better side on the day

Anand Vasu in Dhaka

Bangladesh v India, 2nd ODI, Dhaka

Tigers from underdogs

Dec 26, 2004: The Bangla tiger bared its claws, stretched every sinew in its body and roared so loudly that the packed stands at the Bangabandhu Stadium were tunned

The Wisden Verdict by Anand Vasu in Dhaka

Andrew Leipus speaks

The man who got the Indians in shape

Dec 26, 2004: Andrew Leipus will be leaving the Indian team at the end of the Bangladesh tour

Anand Vasu in Dhaka

Bangladesh v India, 2nd ODI, Dhaka

Bangladesh pull off historic win

Dec 26, 2004: Bangladesh pulled off their first-ever victory at home as they triumphed by 15 runs in the second one-dayer at Dhaka

The Bulletin by Chandrahas Choudhury

Harbhajan speaks to the media

Harbhajan confident of clearing ICC tests

Dec 25, 2004: Harbhajan Singh, the spokesperson India nominated for the media session ahead of two back-to-back one-dayers against Bangladesh in Dhaka, exemplified the mood of the team - relaxed, composed and raring to go

Anand Vasu in Dhaka

Bangladesh v India, 2nd ODI, Dhaka

Sehwag to replace Tendulkar

Dec 25, 2004: Back-to-back one-dayers are never easy on a team, but at least this time around India have the luxury of rotating their players around

Anand Vasu in Dhaka

India in Bangladesh 2004-05

An uneasy rest

Dec 25, 2004: For as long as most can remember, VVS Laxman has been given short shrift because he doesn't believe in trumpeting his own merits

Anand Vasu in Dhaka

John Wright speaks

'We never got any momentum going'

Dec 24, 2004: After several long, and often trying, years as coach of the Indian team, John Wright has gained the respect of a nation that once blanched at the idea of appointing a foreign coach

Anand Vasu in Dhaka

Telecast controversies

ESPN moves Supreme Court to safeguard exclusive rights

Dec 24, 2004: Another day, and another mini-crisis in the world of cricket broadcasting in India

ESPNcricinfo staff

Bangladesh v India, 1st ODI, Chittagong

Lack of ammo stymies Bangladesh

Dec 23, 2004: When you hear cricketers and former cricketers repeat, ad nauseum, that cricket is a funny game, and that anything can happen in a one-day international, you wonder if they're watching the same game

The Wisden Verdict by Anand Vasu in Chittagong
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Tour Results
Bangladesh v India at Dhaka - Dec 27, 2004
India won by 91 runs
Bangladesh v India at Dhaka - Dec 26, 2004
Bangladesh won by 15 runs
Bangladesh v India at Chittagong - Dec 23, 2004
India won by 11 runs
Bangladesh v India at Chittagong - Dec 17-20, 2004
India won by an innings and 83 runs
Bangladesh v India at Dhaka - Dec 10-13, 2004
India won by an innings and 140 runs
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