India bowled Bangladesh out for 250 in their second innings to clinch the one-off cricket Test by 208 runs here on Monday.

Resuming the day at 103-3, Bangladesh lost two wickets in the first session to be at 202-5. Then till the tea session, they lost the rest of the five wickets to lose the Test.

For India, spinners Ravindra Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin picked up four wickets apeice.

Earlier, Bangladesh battled hard to save the one-off cricket Test against India as they reached 202 for five in their second innings till the lunch session on the final day on Monday.

Overnight batsman Mahmudullah (58 not out) posted his 13th fifty in Test cricket, as the tourists still need 257 runs to beat India.

Bangladesh got off to a worst start to the day as they lost experienced Shakib Al Hasan who managed to add only two runs to his overnight score of 21.

At 106-4, captain Mushfiqur Rahim joined Mahmudullah in the middle and the pair negotiated the pressure exerted by India.

Ashwin, however, ended the 56-run partnership as an attacking Mushfiqur danced down the track but couldn’t clear Jadeja, who took a running catch at mid-off.

First Published | 13 February 2017 2:42 PM
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