India defeated hosts Bangladesh by 8 wickets in the World Twenty20 Super-10 group match against India at Mirpur, Dhaka on Friday. With this win India have become the first team to qualify for the semi-final in this edition of the tournament.
Chasing an under-par total of 139 runs to win India chased it down in in the 19th over with nine deliveries to spare.
Earlier, Bangladesh hobbled their way to a modest 138/7 after India won the toss and invited Tigers to bat.
For India Amit Mishra was once again the pick of the bowler concluding with 3/26 in his four allotted overs, while Ravichandran Ashwin finished with impressive figures of 2/15 runs off his four overs.
Heading into this match India picked up an unchanged side from the team which defeated the West Indies in their last encounter on Sunday.
India now are now practically in the semi-finals from this group after defending champions the West Indies defeated Australia by six wickets in a trilling match earlier in the day.
Meanwhile, Bangladesh made couple of changes to the side which was thrashed by the West Indies in their last match on Tuesday by replacing of Mominul Haque and Sabbir Rahman with Nasir Hossain and Shamsur Rahman respectively.
Top two teams from each of the two groups will qualify for the semi-finals. The final will be held in Dhaka on April 6.
Brief score: India (V Kohli 57*, Mashrafe Mortaza 1/23) beat Bangladesh (A Haque 44, A Mishra 3/26) by 8 wickets