A disappointing showcase with the bat cost Bangladesh their opening amusement in the Nidahas T20I Trophy as India redesignd an objective of 140 with six wickets and eight balls to save. Shikhar Dhawan pounded his second progressive fifty to lead a direct pursue.
Bangladesh would mourn the way that none of their batsmen could post such considerable scores. Liton Das and Sabbir Rahman pretty much made it to the 30s. Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar and Mushfiqur Rahim couldn't get into the 20s.
Bangladesh kept running into some astounding fortunes not long after the Powerplay. Vijay Shankar, the inevitable Man of the Match, could have rejected Liton twice in three balls. Suresh Raina missed a direct shot racing on his right side from mid-off and Washington Sundar couldn't change over a nearly harder open door at short fine leg.
Shankar guaranteed his lady wicket in universal cricket when he expelled Mushfiqur in the ninth over, DRS helping India this time. Mahmudullah fell before long, which implied Bangladesh needed to arrange the last nine overs of a T20 innings with all their huge hitters back in the cabin.
Liton and Sabbir included 35 keeps running in the 26 balls, starting some expectation, however legspinner Yuzvendra Chahal got through. With Bangladesh's tail uncovered at 107 for 5 and afterward 118 for 6, they scarcely survived the full 20 overs.