Matches (16)
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Women's Hundred (2)
BAH v KUW (1)
BDESH-A in WI (1)
RL Cup (8)
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RESULT
2nd Match (D/N), Dhaka, May 30 - 31, 2000, Asia Cup
(40.1/50 ov, T:250) 252/2

India won by 8 wickets (with 59 balls remaining)

Player Of The Match
135* (124)
sourav-ganguly
Local spectators at Dhaka's Bangabandhu National Stadium jubilate during the Bangladesh innings against India in the four-nations Asia Cup cricket. India beat Bangladesh by eight wickets. Asia Cup 1999/00, 2nd Match, Bangladesh v India, Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka. 30-31 May 2000.
Local spectators at Dhaka's Bangabandhu National StadiumMufty Munir/AFP
Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar (R) strikes a ball during his knock of 36 off 25 balls against Bangladesh in the four-nation Asia Cup limited-overs tournament at the Bangabandhu national stadium in Dhaka as Bangladesh's wicket-keeper Khaled Mashud looks on. India won by eight wickets. Sri Lanka and Pakistan are the other teams in the tournament to determine the regional one-day champions. Asia Cup 1999/00, 2nd Match, Bangladesh v India, Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka.30-31 May 2000.
Tendulkar smashes the ball during his knock of 36 off 25 ballsAFP
Ganguly celebrating after reaching the century mark, Asia Cup 1999/00, 2nd Match, Bangladesh v India, Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka 31 May 2000
Ganguly celebrating after reaching the century markESPNcricinfo Ltd
Sourav Ganguly in action, Asia Cup 1999/00, 2nd Match, Bangladesh v India, Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka 31 May 2000.
Sourav Ganguly in actionESPNcricinfo Ltd
The pitch of the Bangabandhu National stadium in Dhaka lies inundated with water after rain washed out the Asia Cup limited-overs international between India and Bangladesh 30 May 2000. The match will resume 31 May with Bangladesh on 98 for two in 25.2 overs.
The pitch of the Bangabandhu National Stadium in Dhaka floodedMufty Munir/AFP
Kumaran being congratulated by teammates, Asia Cup 1999/00, 2nd Match, Bangladesh v India, Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka 30 May 2000
Kumaran being congratulated by teammatesESPNcricinfo Ltd
The injured Karim being led off the field, Asia Cup 1999/00, 2nd Match, Bangladesh v India, Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka 30 May 2000
The injured Karim being led off the fieldESPNcricinfo Ltd
Anxious Indian team members surrounding the injured Saba Karim, Asia Cup 1999/00, 2nd Match, Bangladesh v India, Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka 30 May 2000
Anxious Indian team members surrounding the injured Saba KarimESPNcricinfo Ltd
Bangladesh players celebrate the dismissal of Indian superstar Sachin Tendulkar in the Asia Cup limited-overs tournament at the Bangabandhu national stadium in Dhaka. India won the match by eight wickets. Sri Lanka and Pakistan are the other teams in the tournament to determine the regional one-day champions. Asia Cup 1999/00, 2nd Match, Bangladesh v India, Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka. 30-31 May 2000.
Bangladesh players celebrate the dismissal of Sachin TendulkarAFP
Indian captain Sourav Ganguly (R) drives during his unbeaten century against Bangladesh in the four-nation Asia Cup limited-overs tournament at the Bangabandhu national stadium in Dhaka as Bangladesh's Akram Khan watches the result. India won by eight wickets. Asia Cup 1999/00, 2nd Match, Bangladesh v India, Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka. 30-31 May 2000.
Sourav Ganguly drives during his unbeaten centuryMufty Munir/AFP
Akram Khan in action, Asia Cup 1999/00, 2nd Match, Bangladesh v India, Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka 31 May 2000
Akram Khan in actionESPNcricinfo Ltd
Indian players watch anxiously as wicket-keeper Saba Karim is helped up after being hit in the face by a ball from Indian bowler Anil Kumble during the Asia Cup limited-overs international against in Dhaka 30 May 2000. Karim was taken to a local hospital and vice-captain Rahul Dravid donned the gloves. The match was washed out by rain after Bangladesh were 98 for two in 25.2 overs, with play to resume 31 May. Asia Cup 1999/00, 2nd Match, Bangladesh v India, Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka 30 May 2000
Saba Karim is helped after being hit in the face by a ball from KumbleMufty Munir/AFP
India's stand-in wicket-keeper Rahul Dravid (L) takes evasive action as Bangladeshi batsman Hasibul Basher cuts during his innings of 45 not out in the four-nation Asia Cup limited-overs tournament at the Bangabandhu national stadium in Dhaka 30 May 2000. Dravid kept wickets after Saba Karim was injured. Rain washed out play after Bangladesh were 98 for two in 25.2 overs. The match will resume 31 May. Asia Cup 1999/00, 2nd Match, Bangladesh v India, Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka
Stand in keeper Dravid takes evasive action as Hasibul Basher cutsMufty Munir/AFP
T Kumaran shatters the defences of Javed Omar, Asia Cup 1999/00, 2nd Match, Bangladesh v India, Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka
T Kumaran shatters the defences of Javed OmarESPNcricinfo Ltd
Keeper Karim gets hit by a Kumble delivery, Asia Cup 1999/00, 2nd Match, Bangladesh v India, Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka. 30 May 2000
Keeper Karim gets hit by a Kumble deliveryESPNcricinfo Ltd