After a win in the opening match of the ODI series for India, it was a rather very disappointing performance with the bat for the Indian team with just 105 runs on the board.

Having won the toss Bangladesh elected to bowl first in what was a greenish looking pitch with assistance for the seamers. With Rahane getting out in the very 1st over, the writing looked on the card for the Indian side.  

Robin Uthappa soon followed his opening partner back to the pavilion after a short rain-delay. With the match being reduced to 41-overs,the Indians still managed to play 15 overs less than the allotted quota.   Cheteshwar Pujara looked completely out of sorts with just 11 runs off 34 runs.

Suresh Raina top-scored for the Indians with 27 runs off 23 balls but he was unfortunately run-out while coming back for a second run.  The innings had a total of 5 LBW dismissals and debutant Taskin Ahmed of Bangladesh took a 5-wicket Haul for the home side.

The 3rd top scorer for the Indian side would be the extras conceded by Bangaldesh with 11 runs. This was a perfect indication how bad the Indian batting display was in the first innings. This total of 105 is India’s lowest ODI total against Bangladesh.