India v Bangladesh, 2015
Wisden's review of the first ODI, India v Bangladesh, 2015
After an opening stand of 102 in 13.4 overs, Bangladesh survived a Ravichandran Ashwin-inspired wobble to pass 300 against India for the first time in a one-day international. India also made a good start, as Rohit Sharma added 95 with Shikhar Dhawan in 16 overs, but were derailed by Bangladesh's pacemen: Taskin Ahmed removed Dhawan and Virat Kohli in three balls; later Mustafizur Rahman, a 19-year-old left-armer from Satkhira, claimed three in five. Mustafizur's debut five-for - only the second for Bangladesh, after Taskin's 5-28 against India here in June 2014 - earned him the match award, although he did feature in an unsavoury clash with M. S. Dhoni, who shoulder-charged him out of the way while trying a quick single. After delivering the ball, Mustafizur had wandered across the pitch into the batsman's line, as he had done earlier to impede Sharma, and briefly left the field. Dhoni said it is accidental - "a typical kind of a street clash" - but referee Andy Pycroft disagreed, fining him 75% and Mustafizur 50% of their match fees.