Guarding a humble 146, India looked sad for most of the match before pulling their demonstrations together in the last two overs to limit Bangladesh to 145 for 9. Be that as it may, Mushfiqur holed out to mid-wicket, the following ball saw Mahmudullah do likewise and Shuvagata Hom missed the last ball and made a vain endeavor to take a solitary to level the scores.
It was a bit of persuasive act by captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who took his right gloves off when Hardik Pandya came into dish the last conveyance with two runs required. Pandya rocked the bowling alley a more full conveyance wide off Shuvagato Hom who missed it and Dhoni got it with just his inners on.
India: 146 for 7 (Suresh Raina 30, Shikhar Dhawan 23, Mustafizur Rahaman 2/34, Al Amin 2/37).
Bangladesh: 145 for 9 (Tamim Iqbal 35, Shakib Al Hasan 22, Sabbir Rahaman 26, Soumya Sarkar 21, R Ashwin 2/20, Ravindra Jadeja 2/22).
India beat Bangladesh by 1 run.