Rohit Sharma's acceleration from 60 off 80 to 137 off 126 undid some excellent defensive bowling by Bangladesh to help India post a winning total
Short, slight, fast, skiddy, moves it sideways, in-drifts it, and gets good bounce. And the last Australia probably saw of him was two one-over spells
Stats highlights from the second quarter-final, between Bangladesh and India at the MCG
The depth and strength of a team's or a player's belief cannot be accurately measured but it has certainly emboldened India's World Cup challenge
The ICC protocol, which suggests that a no-ball can be checked only if there has been a dismissal, could do with some tweaking. If an umpire's assessment of an lbw can be questioned, why not a no-ball?
Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza conceded that despite the loss to India in the quarter-final the World Cup was a "brilliant tournament" for the side with plenty of positives, specially in the batting
Where other Indian batsmen had stomped their authority in the World Cup, Rohit Sharma's scores appeared to nodding off. At the MCG on Thursday, he stepped up as the leader and backbone of India's batting
Plays of the day from the second quarter-final between Bangladesh and India at the MCG
There was that time, in the sun, at the G, during a World Cup knockout game, where they looked beautiful. And then it all went bad
ICC chief executive David Richardson has called ICC president Mustafa Kamal's criticism of the umpires "unfortunate," after Rohit Sharma was caught off a full-toss, which was called a no-ball, in the second quarter-final against Bangladesh on Thursday
Rohit Sharma produced a match-winning hundred to help India beat Bangladesh by 109 runs in their World Cup 2015 Quarter-finals played at the MCG on Thursday.
The BCB has said it will lodge an appeal against the umpiring decision in Thursday's match that let Rohit Sharma off the hook, and do whatever is legally necessary
#BendTheRules Moments from the Quarter-Final between India and Bangladesh
Bringing a bugle out of hibernation and donning face-paint for a unique hat-trick of India's World Cup quarter-finals
Mashrafe Mortaza has visited Melbourne several times since 2003 and they've all been painful. On Thursday, the 31-year-old, who has braved surgery 11 times, will be back in the city to lead Bangladesh in arguably the biggest match of their history
This was Bangaldesh's big day out but their fans were forced to swim against a surging Indian tide
ESPNcricinfo picks out the eye-catching stats ahead of the second quarter-final
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After a decade, Suresh Raina's ODI batting is still waiting to reach a level where he can be given the alluring title - match-winner
Number of ODI wins for MS Dhoni. He is the third captain after Ricky Ponting and Allan Border to reach this landmark.
Instances of teams chasing 300+ at the MCG. The highest target successfully achieved is 295.
Number of overseas batsmen who have scored 2 hundreds at the MCG - Rohit Sharma, David Gower and Viv Richards
Number of wickets lost by India during the Batting Powerplay in this World Cup. Every other team has lost at least one.
Number of times (in 29 inns) that a Test nation has failed to score 100 inside 25 overs when batting first in this World Cup
India's win percentage in World Cup knockout matches, second-best only to Australia (71%)