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Updated : 3 months ago IST
The win in Dhaka gives India a major boost going into the Australia home series with their chances of making the ICC World Test Championship final well and truly on.
Ravichandran Ashwin was declared the 'Player of the Match' for his match-winning knock in the second innings. India went on to clinch the two-match Test series 2-0. The Test series triumph was the 16th win in a row in Asia for India.
India beat Bangladesh by a narrow margin of three wickets against Bangladesh at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka.
A victory in Dhaka has resulted in India strengthening their second position, with their win-percentage improving from 55.77 to 58.93. Australia are at the top of the table while South Africa (54.55%) and Sri Lanka (53.33%) are right behind India at No.3 and 4 respectively.
Rishabh Pant scored 93 and Shreyas Iyer scored 87 as India managed to score 314 runs in first innings taking a lead of 87 runs against Bangladesh.
Rishabh Pant scored an unbeaten 86 and Shreyas Iyer scored 58 not out as India managed to score 226/4 going into Tea break trailing Bangladesh by just one run with six wickets in hand.
Men in Blue crushed the home side Bangladesh in Chattogram with an outstanding all-round performance to secure a substantial 188-run win.
Donald also mentioned that India has a handful of hitters up their sleeve, like KL Rahul and Virat Kohli, who would be looking for big scores after missing out in Chattogram.
Updated : 3 months, 1 week ago IST
Rohit Sharma is under the care of the BCCI Medical Team following his left thumb injury, which he sustained during the 2nd ODI against Bangladesh in Dhaka.
Rohit, who missed the first Test after sustaining a thumb injury during the second ODI against Bangladesh, will no longer be travelling to Dhaka.
The hosts are 0-1 down in the two-match Test series.
Umesh Yadav, Axar Patel and Kuldeep Yadav picked up a wicket each to push Bangladesh into trouble as they still have four sessions to bat with only seven wickets in hand. The hosts were left in a spot of bother at 176/3, needing 337 runs to win.