Rohit Sharma, on his captaincy debut became only the second Indian to score 1,500 T20I runs. He, however, could manage a mere 17.

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Shreyas Iyer continued his stellar form. After India lost Rohit early, he lifted the score from 38 for 1 to 101 for 2.

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KL Rahul slammed 61 off 48 including 7 fours and a six. It was his innings that laid a foundation for MS Dhoni and Manish Pandey to exploit.

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MS Dhoni surpassed Suresh Raina to become the third highest run-scorer for India. With two catches and two stumpings, he went past AB de Villiers to register most dismissals in the format.

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Manish Pandey added 68 runs with MS Dhoni, taking India’s score to 180 for 3.

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Upul Tharanga have his all to dent India’s confidence but was dismissed for 23 off 16.

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Yuzvendra Chahal became the highest wicket-taker in 2017 in T20Is.

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