Virat Kohli is the unanimous choice for the Man of the Match award. That's all we have from this game. We look forward to your company tomorrow for the next match. Until then, it's good bye and cheers!!!
Easy win for India to kick off their journey in Asia Cup, 2014! It was a comfortable chase for them. The openers laid a good platform and then the pair of Kohli and Rahane added a record 213-run stand for the third wicket. Kohli was in sublime touch as he notched up yet another century and batted with authority. Rahane played a nice supporting role and showed good temperament. The bowling from Bangladesh lacked teeth and never looked threatening.
Nasir Hossain to Dinesh Karthik
India win by 6 wickets! Floated ball on off, Karthik tries to defend it but gets a little leading edge towards covers. They cross for the winning run.
Nasir Hossain to Ambati Rayudu
Very full ball on middle, whipped through mid-wicket for a single.
Gets forward to a full ball and drives to mid off.
Rocks back and punches it to covers.
Driven towards the mid on region. No run.
Full toss on off, Rayudu drives it through covers for a couple of runs.
Sohag Gazi to Ambati Rayudu
Fullish on middle and leg, forced to wide long on for one.
Sohag Gazi to Dinesh Karthik
Leans forward and across to flick it through mid on for a single.
Touch short on off, Rayudu goes back and hits it to long on for one.
Wide! Flatter and down the leg side.
Dinesh Karthik walks out in the middle.
Sohag Gazi to Ajinkya Rahane
OUT! Rahane holes out! Tossed up delivery on middle and off, Rahane walks down the track and towers it over the bowler's head. He fails to time it well enough and the fielder at long on takes the simplest of catches.
Punches a shortish ball to wide long on for a run.
Tossed up delivery on middle, helped to mid-wicket.
Turns it off his pads past the mid-wicket fielder for a single. 9 needed off 18 balls!
Played that off the front foot and into the ground.
Played to mid-wicket region by the batsman. No run.
Nasir Hossain to Ajinkya Rahane
Quicker full ball on off, pushed back past the bowler for a run.