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Inaugural Test Match

Bangladesh v India, 2000-01

2002: Toss: Bangladesh

Richard Hobson

Long and arduous road ahead for Bangladesh

Nov 14, 2000: Before Bangladesh, seven of the nine nations playing their first Test had lost the matches

Partab Ramchand

Indian news round-up

Nov 14, 2000: Kumble to miss Zimbabwe series, says Lele: The secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), JY Lele, said on Monday that leg spinner Anil Kumble will miss the two Tests against the visiting Zimbabwean team, slated to commence later

Natarajan Sriram

Sunil Joshi - an unlikely hero

Nov 14, 2000: He is an unlikely hero

Partab Ramchand

One-off Test, India v Bangladesh, Statistical Highlights

Nov 14, 2000: It was the 1512th Test match in cricket history

Rajneesh Gupta

Sudden Bangladesh collapse leaves India easy winners

Nov 13, 2000: Bangladesh's dramatic collapse on Monday was so sudden that it had a shattering effect not only on the cricket fans in the country but also on the genuine lover of the game

Partab Ramchand

Ganguly, Joshi save India from greater indignity

Nov 12, 2000: At best, the cynics said, Bangladesh can only bat

Partab Ramchand

Enter Bangladesh

Nov 12, 2000: Amidst the background of a swirl of matchfixing allegations in international cricket, this weekend is of great significance in the cricketing fraternity as the newest member of Test-playing nations took centre stage for the first time

Aminul and Bangladesh take honours for second day running

Nov 11, 2000: There is a huge portrait of Sheikh Mujibur Rehman, the founder of the nation atop the Bangabandhu stadium in Dhaka

Partab Ramchand

A satisfying first day of Test cricket for Bangladesh

Nov 10, 2000: In the years to come, Bangladesh will have fond memories of their first day in Test cricket

Partab Ramchand
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Series Results
Bangladesh v India at Dhaka - Nov 10-13, 2000
India won by 9 wickets
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