0.2 he's gone! He's come out looking to go after everything, and you wonder why he's doing this. It was angled towards off stump, he tried to lash it over the covers, and gets a thick edge through to the keeper 4/1
    2.6 that's a soft dismissal. It's short and it's moving away from him, and he pokes at it and middles, but only manages to hit it uppishly and straight to point 13/2
    13.2 soft dismissal! that was on the pads, and he could have flicked that anywhere he pleased, but he flicked it uppishly, straight to square leg 50/4
    11.4 goes wide of the crease this time, and he's got his man! that straightened a touch from leg stump as he tried to tuck it down to fine leg. Ends up gloving it, and it loops up down the leg side to the wicketkeeper 44/3
    14.1 that's the ball of the day! angled across, and it moved away a touch more and bounced as well, and got a little big on Shakib, and kissed the edge, near the shoulder of his bat as he looked to defend into the covers. They checked for no ball, but he had a decent amount of heel behind the line 52/6
    13.3 and he gets another! that was an amiable full delivery wide outside off, and it didn't move that much at all, but he slices the ball straight to gully, where it bounces up off Rayudu's palms before he takes it easily on the second attempt 50/5
    17.2 bowled him, and he has five! That was a full, wide outswinger that he could have driven for four if he'd gotten his front foot across, but his feet didn't move at all and he threw his bat at it and inside-edged it onto his stumps 58/9
    14.3 down the track, and he's slogged that, and he's miscued that, hitting it way up in the air. It was the back of the hand slower ball from Mohit, and Akshar Patel gets under it at square leg 52/7
    15.5 He has a fourth now! This was a very difficult ball to play. It was angled in from wide of the crease and left him from around an off-stump line. He had to play at it, and he edged it through to Saha, who caught it near his right shoulder 56/8
    not out
    17.4 that's it! Binny has the best figures by an Indian bowler in ODIs! He angles this in from wide of the crease, and it straightens and beats the outside edge as he looks to prod it towards mid-off. Pitched off, hit off, and another Karnataka bowler has dislodged Anil Kumble's 6 for 12 from the top of the pile 58/10
    6 (w 6)
    58 all out (17.4 Overs, RR: 3.28)
    Fall of wickets: 1-4 (Tamim Iqbal, 0.2 ov), 2-13 (Anamul Haque, 2.6 ov), 3-44 (Mushfiqur Rahim, 11.4 ov), 4-50 (Mohammad Mithun, 13.2 ov), 5-50 (Mahmudullah, 13.3 ov), 6-52 (Shakib Al Hasan, 14.1 ov), 7-52 (Ziaur Rahman, 14.3 ov), 8-56 (Mashrafe Mortaza, 15.5 ov), 9-58 (Nasir Hossain, 17.2 ov), 10-58 (Al-Amin Hossain, 17.4 ov)
    MM Sharma8.022242.75383010
    UT Yadav5.003206.40216050
    STR Binny4.42460.85260000

Match Notes

Low scores


Number of times in ODIs that India has been bowled out inside 30 overs for a score of less than 120

Start with 0


Number of times that an opener from each team has been dismissed for a duck in ODIs between India and Bangladesh

Red-letter day


Number of times that India have been bowled out against Bangladesh in an ODI

Quicks to the fore


Number of times that Bangladesh's pacers have accounted for eight or more wickets in an ODI



This is the lowest score that India have lost their first-three wickets against Bangladesh

Shaky start


The last time India were two down for a lower score than today against Bangladesh, Uthappa was the batsman to get out on that occasion too

A decade ago


The last time Bangladesh dismissed an India opener for a nought, Sehwag too was dismissed by Mortaza on that occasion