Bangladesh edge India in Asia Cup thriller
Bangladesh beat India by six runs in their final Asia Cup Super Four contest at the R.Premadasa Stadium in Colombo on Friday.
The win brought the Tigers their first-ever win in Colombo but it only came as a consolation as the Shakib Al Hasan-led side had already exited the competition.
The Tigers bundled out India for 259 after posting 265 for eight having being sent to bat first.
India opener Shubman Gill notched up his fifth ODI ton that saw him smash five sixes and eight fours in his 133-ball 121 that almost took the game away from Bangladesh.
Axar Patel's 34-ball 42 almost took India to the brink of victory late on in the game but Mustafizur Rahman outfoxed him with a trademark cutter in the 49th over to take the Tigers on the shores of victory.
The Fizz picked up three wickets for 50 runs, with two of the scalps coming in the 49th over, while Sheikh Mahedi Hasan and debutant Tanzim Hasan Sakib scalped two wickets each.
Earlier, fifties from Bangladesh skipper Shakib Al Hasan and batter Towhid Hridoy helped the Tigers post 265.