Despite losing their skipper Rohit Sharma for a duck, India came back strongly in the last ten overs to score 174 runs against Bangladesh in the series deciding match of the three match Twenty20 International series in Nagpur.
India were buoyed by half-centuries from KL Rahul and Sreyash Iyer and as a result posted a total that was not imaginable when they lost Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan in the powerplay overs.
Bangladesh won the toss and captain Mahmudullah Riyad decided to bowl first, and that paid off initially as Shafiul Islam and Al-Amin Hossain bowled brilliantly in the beginning.
The runs were initially kept under check by the Tigers but Aminul Islam Biplop dropped Iyer at point when Iyer was yet to score a run.
That proved to be a pivotal moment as Iyer took full toll on the bowling attack and top-scored with 62-runs off just 33 balls.
The 16th over was especially a big turning point as Afif Hossain came into the attack and was dispatched by Iyer for three-straight sixes.
That helped India post a big total, which, at one point seemed like a 140-150 score on a pitch that was gripping.