Bangladesh’s Nasir Hossain surprised everybody, perhaps himself included, with a stellar 10-over spell conceding 33 runs and taking two huge wickets of Kohli and Dhawan. AP/PTI Photos.
MS Dhoni and Suresh Raina were left to rebuild after tight Bangladesh bowling reduced India from 74 for 1 to 110 for 4. Dhoni had promoted himself to No. 4 but the jury is still out on whether that move worked. AP/PTI Photos.
If you thought taking a five-for on debut was a dream start, Mustafizur Rahman went one step further in his 2nd ODI. Indian batsmen were clueless against his seam-up in-dippers and deceptive off-cutters. AP/PTI Photos.
He who laughs last. Mustafizur wrecked the Indian middle and lower order. How about this for a second spell figure? 5-0-11-5. He went on to set the ODI record for most number of wickets in first two matches. AP/PTI Photos.
Litton Das, who took over glove duties from Rahim for this match, played a mature cameo coming in at No. 3. His 36 off 52 balls was marked with five exquisite boundaries. No question on which 'keeper enjoyed the better outing in the 2nd ODI. AP/ PTI Photos.
If long-term followers of Bangladesh cricket were expecting a collapse when a wickets fell in succession, it was never to come. Shakib al Hasan (R) played a masterful innings for his 2nd fifty on the trot and Sabbir Rahman finished it with fireworks. AP/ PTI Photos.
Bangladesh’s players celebrate a thoroughly deserved win over India to seal a historic series win against their next door neighbors. Bangladesh won by six wickets with 9 overs to spare. Domination would be an understatement. AP/ PTI Photos.
Apart from being their first ever series win over India, this win also ensured Mortaza's men booked their place in the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy, ahead of Pakistan and West Indies. Mission accomplished. AP/ PTI Photos.
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