Taskin makes first roar
Bangladesh pacer Taskin Ahmed initiated the first blow, removing Indian opening batsman Lokesh Rahul in just the fourth ball of the game. Rahul, trying to drive the ball, failed to make proper contact as the ball hit the stumps. This was a dream start for Bangladesh in their maiden bilateral game on Indian soil. But by the end of the day, the dream start turned into a nightmare, thanks to Bangladesh’s sloppy fielding.
Miraz's butter fingers
Bangladesh could have been in a better situation if off-spinner Mehedi Hasan Miraz had not juggled the ball and miss the easy run out chance of Murali Vijay in the 19th over. The two batsmen, Vijay and Cheteshwar Pujara, were at the same end when Kamrul Islam Rabbi picked the ball up at square leg. It should have been an easy run out but Miraz missed as Vijay went on to score 108.
LBW review of middled delivery
In the second ball of the 61st over, left-arm spinner Taijul Islam was convinced that he had made the ball hit the pads of India captain Virat Kohli in front of the stumps. Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim called for a review right away only to be embarrassed. The review showed Kohli had brought his front foot forward but ensured of keeping it away from the angled bat. The ball eventually hit the middle of the willow!