Should the cyclone reach Rajkot, the possibility of the match being played remains extremely slim, and would pose bad news to India who would be desperate to make a comeback into the series after losing the first T20I.
Mushfiqur went on to top score with a unbeaten 43-ball 60, including four consecutive fours off the penultimate over from Khaleel Ahmed. Mushfiqur's late charge against Khaleel Ahmed completely changed the game in Delhi, so much so that in the end, the result was nearly a formality. Dube was ineffective as Mahmudullah ran hard to complete two runs off the second ball before getting a wide and then hammering one over wide long-on for six. "They put us under pressure right from the start when we were batting", Rohit said at the post-match presentation. In the absence of Virat Kohli, Rohit is handling the captaincy role of the Indian team in this series.
"Whenever you lose a wicket in the first over, it's not easy to build on that. They have done reasonably well", said Rohit about the young bowling unit.
As cricket took centre stage despite severe pollution, Bangladesh negotiated the pitch much better than India, who made 148 for six on a sticky surface, courtesy 41 from Shikhar Dhawan.
Shreyas Iyer played an entertaining 13-ball 22 run knock, giving the innings a much needed move on.
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The 32-year-old was stripped from captaincy by the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) just days before their series in India after the International Cricket Council (ICC) handed him a two years ban due to the player failing to report corrupt approaches to the anti-corruption unit on October 24. Pant then stitched an 18-run partnership with Krunal Pandya before getting out after contributing 27 runs to India's tally.
Bangladesh lost Liton Das (7) early but debutant Mohammed Naim (26) and experienced Sarkar added 46 runs for the second wicket to keep India anxious. "They will learn by playing these games", he said.
Rohit was mighty pleased with the leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal who was playing his first global game since August.
Rahim termed it as a great moment for Bangladesh cricket. They took the total to 99/5, with Bangladesh needing 50 runs off the final five overs.
Deepak Chahar (1-24) removed Bangladesh openers Liton Das (7) and Mohammad Naim (26) to leave the tourists 54-2 in the eighth over, but Rahim and Soumya Sarkar (39 off 35) shared a stand of 60 for the third wicket.