India put up a strong show in the second T20I of the Nidahas Trophy 2018 to down Bangladesh by six wickets. Electing to field, Indian bowlers put up an improved show after Tuesday s pounding against Sri Lanka and restricted Bangladesh to 139 for 8. Vijay Shankar, playing his second international match, picked up two wickets and gave away just 32 runs from his four overs. Jaydev Unadkat picked three, while Yuzvendra Chahal gave away 19 off his four overs and bagged the top scorer Liton Das.

India finished off the chase in the penultimate over of the match. Shikhar Dhawan slammed his sixth T20I fifty to architect India s win. The scoreline between India and Bangladesh in T20Is now read 6-0. Here s the match in pictures.

Soumya Sarkar showed good promise at the start before departing for 14. He was dismissed by Jaydev Unadkat (Image courtesy: AFP)

Shardul Thakur had Tamim Iqbal early but DRS saved the Bangladesh opener. Thakur bowled much better on Thursday, bagging figures of 4-0-25-1 (Image courtesy: AFP)

Tamim was just beginning to open up when Thakur nabbed him for 12 (Image courtesy: AFP)

Liton Das top scored for Bangladesh with 30-ball 34 and helped Bangladesh reach a total they could fight with (Image courtesy: AFP)

Vijay Shankar went wicketless on debut but turned things around in his second game to bag 2 for 32. Jaydev Unadkat got 3 wickets. Bangladesh were restricted to 139 for 8. (Image courtesy: AFP)

Rohit Sharma got off to a brisk start before chopping a Mustafizur Rahman-delivery on to the stumps (Image courtesy: AFP)

Shikhar Dhawan continued on his sublime form. He smacked his sixth T20I fifty, 4four of which have come in his last eight innings (Image courtesy: AFP)

Dhawan and Suresh Rania added 68 for the third wicket to deliver the knockout blow to Bangladesh (Image courtesy: AFP)

A cameo from Manish Pandey helped India in the end. He struck a 19-ball 27 to take India home (Image courtesy: AFP)

Bangladesh will take on Sri Lanka on Saturday.

Brief scores

Bangladesh 139 for 8 (Liton Das 34, Sabbir Rahman 30 ; Jaydev Unadkat 3 for 38, Vijay Shankar 2 for 32) lost to India 140 for 4 (Shikhar Dhawan 55, Manish Pandey 27*; Rubel Hossain 2 for 24) by 6 wickets.

Man of the Match: Vijay Shankar

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