That is it from us today. The attention now shifts to the Champions Trophy opener between England and Bangladesh. Do join us for that match. Till then, goodbye and take care!
Highlights Champions Trophy 2017, India vs Bangladesh, cricket score and updates: Kohli's men dismantle Tigers, win by 240 runs
Catch the score and all the Live updates from India's warm-up match against Bangladesh ahead of the ICC Champions Trophy
That is it! All the Indian bowlers took one wicket at least to dismiss Bangladesh for 84 and win by 240 runs!
OUT! Jasprit Bumrah removes Mehedi Hasan to be on the wicket charts. He bowls it short and wide and the batsman edges it to Karthik. He goes for 24.
OUT! Kedar Jadhav comes down the track to play the inside out shot but misses the ball completely and gets bowled. He falls for 31. Drinks have been called after that wicket.
FIFTY! Dinesh Karthik gets amongst the runs after scoring a duck against New Zealand. A fine innings under pressure.
OUT! Timber! This dismissal was very similar to that of Rohit's. Mustafizur lands this on a length and outside off, Rahane goes to drive away from his body and the ball takes the inside edge and crashes onto the sticks. Rahane can't believe what he has done. India are two down and they have sent Dinesh Karthik up the order. No signs of Virat Kohli as of yet.
LIVE NEWS and UPDATES
After 22 overs,Bangladesh 81/8 ( Sunzamul Islam 16 , Taskin Ahmed 0)
Nothing going in Bangladesh's way. Shami bowls a height no ball and concedes a Free Hit. But Sunzamul Islam gets caught behind on that ball, though it wouldn't count for anything, it has been that kind of a day for them.
After 16 overs,Bangladesh 69/7 ( Mehedi Hasan 20 , Sunzamul Islam 14)
Shami bowls another tight over, 3 runs off his 3rd over. Bumrah continues and induces an edge off Sunzamul but it goes between Karthik and the first slip for a boundary. On the fourth ball, he throws everything at a length ball and edges it over backward point for a boundary. Expensive one from Bumrah, 14 runs off it.
After 14 overs,Bangladesh 52/7 ( Mehedi Hasan 17 , Sunzamul Islam 1)
Time for a drink. India all over Bangladesh would be an understatement. The Indian pacers have completely bamboozled the Bangladeshi batsmen. Unless something dramatic happens, it is just a matter of time before Kohli and Co seal this game.
1st warm-up match report: Combined efforts from batsmen and bowlers helped defending champions India beat New Zealand by 45 runs through the Duckworth-Lewis method in a rain-hit Champions Trophy warm-up match at the Kennington Oval on Sunday.
Batting first, New Zealand were bowled out for 189 in 38.4 overs with opener Luke Ronchi (66) and lower order batsman James Neesham (46).
For India, pacer Mohammed Shami and Bhuneshwar Kumar scalped three wickets each while spinner Ravindra Jadeja took two wickets. Star off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin and pacer Umesh Yadav chipped in with a wicket each.
India started their chase on a positive note, but after 26 overs, with 129/3 on the board, rain played spoilsport and forced the players off the field. But till then, India were well ahead of the D/L par score of 84, which resulted in their win.
For India, Shikhar Dhawan (40) and skipper Virat Kohli (52) were the major contributors.
With inputs from IANS
Find latest and upcoming tech gadgets online on Tech2 Gadgets. Get technology news, gadgets reviews & ratings. Popular gadgets including laptop, tablet and mobile specifications, features, prices, comparison.
India vs Australia: Will Pucovski cherishes 'incredible experience' on debut, says facing R Ashwin was challenging
Pucovski steadied the Australian ship along with Marnus Labuschange (67 not out), as the hosts ended the rain-curtailed opening day at 166 for two.
New Zealand scale Test ranking summit on back of consistent performers and incredible home domination
New Zealand clinched the number one position in the ICC Test rankings for the first time in history after beating Pakistan in the second Test at Christchurch.
India vs Australia: Tim Paine plays down Sunil Gavaskar's comments on him, says 'Sunny can keep saying what he wants to say'
On the last day of the Sydney Test, Paine tried to unsettle Ravichandran Ashwin by sledging the Indian spinner and Gavaskar promptly termed it "unbefitting of national team captain" whose days as the man in charge seemed to be "numbered".