In the second warm – up match to get prepared for the forthcoming ICC Champions Trophy, Bangladesh won the toss and sent India to bat first who has posted a giant 324 runs total on the board in their allotted fifty overs losing 7 wickets.
Youngster Mustafizur Rahman produced the second breakthrough quickly after that taking the wicket of Ajinkya Rahane (11 off 21 balls). Afterwards in the third wicket, Shikhar Dhawan and Dinesh Karthik added 100 runs on the board to take India overcome the initial disaster.
Karthik was the highest scorer; he scored 94 runs in 77 deliveries with 8 fours and a six. Bangladesh bowlers managed to take 5 wickets in 208 runs of India but later started to lose control of the game in the last fifteen overs of the match.
Hardik Pandya did most of the damage lately of the innings; he thrashed 4 sixes along with 6 fours to make a quick fire unbeaten 80 runs playing 54 deliveries.
Shikhar Dhawan reached into his half century; he made 60 off 67 balls with 7 fours.
For Bangladesh, Rubel Hossain was the highest wicket taker grabbing 3 wickets conceding 50 runs in 9 overs while Sunzamul Islam and Mustafizur Rahman picked up 2 and 1 wicket respectively.