A video of India vs Bangladesh fourth ODI Asia Cup 2012 match.

 

After being sent into bat, India lost Gautam Gambhir early as he played onto a Shafiul Islam delivery that was angled across.

 

Tendulkar and Virat Kohli (66) added 148 runs for the second wicket. During the earlier part of the innings, Tendulkar looked in fine touch as he hit some crisp shots on both sides of the wicket.

 

He lifted Shakib wide of long-on for his only six. He completed his 50 off 63 balls when he hit the former Bangal captain inside out over extra cover for a boundary.

 

Kohli, who has been in tremendous form since the tour of Australia also looked good for another three-figure mark as they scored runs with consumate ease.

 

Kohli, who was eyeing a hat-trick of ODI tons having scored back to back 100s in Hobart and at this very ground was left disappointed as he dragged a wide delivery from left-arm spinner Abdur Razzaq onto his stumps.

 

With ball hardly doing anything and the bounce which was below knee-roll, the situation was ideal for Raina to show his pyrotechnics. He played an innings so typical of him. Taking his frontfoot away to make room and the murder the length balls.

 

The Tendulkar-Raina partnership for the third wicket yielded 86 runs in a 10.5 overs which helped India reach a commendable total. It was skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni (21 no, 11 balls, 2×4) who blasted a couple boundaries to take India past 280.