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Summary

  1. India won by one run; Bangladesh eliminated
  2. Ban 145-9 (20 overs); needed 11 from last over
  3. Tamim 35 (32 balls), Sabbir 26 (15)
  4. India 146-7 (20 overs)
  5. Raina 30 (23 balls), Kohli 24, Dhawan 23
  6. England beat Afghanistan by 15 runs earlier

Live Reporting

By Phil Dawkes and Jamie Lillywhite

All times stated are UK

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What a day it has been in the World T20. England put us firmly through the wringer in game one and India and Bangladesh tried to finish us off in game two. 

In the words of Big Chris from Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, it's been emotional.

Join us on the rollercoaster again on Friday for South Africa v West Indies and Australia v Pakistan.

I'm off for a lie down. I'll see thee.

WATCH: That thrilling final over

Bangladesh needed 11 off the last over, and then two off the last three deliveries - but somehow didn't get over the line. Watch an astonishing over.

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Christian Evans: I think both India and England have played their get out of jail free cards today

Here is Ravinchandran Ashwin with his Player of the Match award after a memorable game of cricket! #WT20 #IND #BAN

Here is Ravinchandran Ashwin with his Player of the Match award after a memorable game of cricket! #WT20 #IND #BAN

Captain's view

Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza: "The bowler did a great job, and we were on top to the last three balls. It's bad luck, we can't do anything about it.

"It's really disappointing for us. Overall, we've played well."

Captain's view

India captain MS Dhoni: "I don't want to say everything, but the decision was what line and length to bowl. This was the kind of stuff happeneing.

"At time, you look to finish it with a big shot. You might even think others can finish the job. It's learning for all finishers to think that maybe they shouldn't play those shots. Maybe they could have done something else.

"Jasprit bowled really well. He was under pressure in his second over. It's important to forget what has already happen and that's we told him. He's very good with the yorkers and he did really well."

Pandya's final over: 144WWW. Six figures that sum up the mad, emotional rollercoaster of World T20 cricket

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Asif Khan: That was the most mental thing i've ever seen, and I was in 'Nam.

Aamer Iqbal: Just give India the trophy now. To win that game from that position. It is their destiny to go all the way.

Rakash Pradhan: Anyone doubting the value of T20 after today's 2 games are morons

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Man of the match

India spinner Ravichandran Ashwin: "That's the most we've talked on a cricket field as a team. We've never got together and worried so much.

"I don't think I've got anything left. I'll go back to my room and crash.

"Jasprit had to come and the way he did it was excellent. I actually told him to try a Mankad at the end.

"We've not batted well, but we have a good batting unit. Once we fire on all cylinders, we'll be contenders for this tournament."

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Elliott Bewley: It was 100% worth staying at work to follow the end of that cricket game! Amazing performance.

Maddy Raman: Bangladesh utterly brainless at the death but the Aussies will be licking their lips at playing this India team.

Simon: Seriously who looks at the equation "2 off 3 balls" and tries to smash it into the stand?!

This was the moment that won it for India! LIVE: bit.ly/WT20-25 #INDvBAN #WT20

This was the moment that won it for India! LIVE: bit.ly/WT20-25 #INDvBAN #WT20

Scenes. That is the only word you can use to sum up that ending and its aftermath. 

How did Bangladesh mess that up? It will be the question they will ask themselves for a long time after the dust has settled here. In short, though, they have blown the chance to register a first win over India.

As for the hosts, they have stolen that win through superb death bowling and a huge dollop of gumption. They remain alive and kicking in their home tournament.

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Jon Dunn: That was some of the dumbest batting you will ever see.

Ched: Bangladesh what are you doing!!!! 2 runs to win from 3 balls, 2 glory shots lose 2 wickets and lose the match. Incredible.

Andy M Morley: What drama! What theatre!! How on earth did India win that game in the last three balls?

Brendon Julian

Former Australia seamer

"What about that delivery? Pandya got away with it. India have stolen this game."

WICKET

Mustafizur run out 0 (Ban 145-9)

I cannot believe it! I truly cannot believe it! India, against all odds have won this game by a run! One single run! Dhoni takes one glove off before Pandya's last ball. He anticipates the throw. But instead, Shuvagata Hom misses the ball, Dhoni collects and charges to whip off the bails before Mustafizur Rahman can get to the crease.

To say the stadium has erupted would be a ludicrous understatement.

Now that is brainless cricket! 😳😳😳to do that twice!!! #WT20 #INDvBAN surely a superpower is coming

Sunil Gavaskar

Former India captain

"Once again, trying to play the glamour shot. Jadeja is one of India's finest fielders ever. He wasn't going to miss that."

WICKET

Mahmudullah c Jadeja b Pandya 18 (Ban 145-8)

What? What?! No, seriously, what?!! The ball is a full toss and Mahmudullah goes for a biggy over midwicket, but doesn't get hold of it and gives the running Jadeja the catch. The Indian crowd go wild, the Bangladesh bench droops. What now? Who you backing? Super over?

Sunil Gavaskar

Former India captain

"This is excitement. There was no need to take the aerial route. He went for the glamorous shot. A lot of batsmen make that mistake." 

WICKET

Mushfiqur c Dhawan b Pandya 11 (Ban 145-6)

Crazy! Mushfiqur goes for glory. He didn't need to, but he did and sends a pull looping up for Dhawan to catch at deep mid-wicket. Two needed from two balls. So, so tense.

Ban 145-6

Oh, unbelievable. Mushfiqur goes for a premeditated scoop and gets away with it, steering the ball past Dhoni for four. Two needed from three deliveries.

Brendon Julian

Former Australia seamer

"He's getting a lot of advice. There's lots of theories out there."

Sunil Gavaskar

Former India captain

"He's bowled length again. That's what he did in the first two overs and he gave away runs."

Ban 141-6

Mushfiqur beats the field. A big boundary, hit wide of deep cover. It was wide, it got what it deserved. Six to win.

Brendon Julian

Former Australia seamer

"Good work from Ravi Jadeja at deep cover. He's well inside the rope."

Ban 137-6

Stab to deep cover. Just one. 10 needed.

Hardik Pandya is returning to bowl the last. No pressure.

Ban 136-6 (need 11 from 6 balls)

Say what you want about Bumrah, he knows how to bowl a yorker. He forces Mahmudullah to get creative with a steer to fine leg, but the fielder is up and able to stop it passing for four. India then sniff a run out from a direct throw to the non-striker's end but Mushfiqur Rahim is just home for his quick single. It is indicative of the quality fielding that restricts Bangladesh to just six from the over. OK then, whose nerve is going to hold?

Sunil Gavaskar

Former India captain

"It's a low full toss outside the off stump. He didn't have to do much apart from get it away from the fielder. The man ta deep cover had no chance."

Ban 130-6 (need 17 from 12 balls)

Just when you think India might have snuck ahead, Bangladesh pull something out. Nehra's last ball is a full toss and smashed through extra cover for four by Mahmudullah. What a game.

Brendon Julian

Former Australia seamer

"That's a big catch. India needed that. It was in the slot, there to hit. He could have taken it more through the leg side, but picked out Virat Kolhi. That's changed the balance."

WICKET

Soumya c Kohli b Nehra 21 (Ban 126-6)

Big wicket. Soumya swipes Nehra away for four but doesn't connect with a shot down the ground and is caught by Virat Kohli on the rope. That balance shifts again. India back in it.

Brendon Julian

Former Australia seamer

"It was a difficult one. He at least stopped the boundary. That would have easily gone to the fence."

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Stuart McKinnon: This is going to be mighty close, India could go out!

True Blues: Scoring 30 odd runs in last four overs will cost India this match.

Dropped catch

Ban 120-5 (need 27 from 18 balls)

Bumrah returns, aiming to redeem himself after his dropped catch and pummeling by Tamim. He is a class death bowler and gets this spot on to keep Bangladesh in check. Yuvraj Singh also plays a part diving at backward point to prevent a certain boundary and a diving Dhoni just fails to hold on to a slight edge from the last ball. That tension dial is turned up another notch.

appeal - not outBan 113-5 (need 34 from 24 balls)

Dhoni wants a wicket for caught behind as Soumya tries to steer one down to third man. The umpire shakes off the appeal and snicko backs up his judgement. Good call. That six from the first ball did all the damage. Bangladesh are content to take just three more singles from the over. That is Jadeja done. It is down to the seamers now.

Ban 110-5

Soumya Sarkar hits against the spin of Jadeja but gets enough of it from his sweep and finds the stand. A mighty blow.

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BBC Sinhala's Saroj Pathirana: "Chandika Hathurusinghe was Sri Lanka shadow coach but was unceremoniously removed before joining Bangladesh. He now shows what Sri Lanka missed."

Ban 104-5 (need 43 from 30 balls)

Patient stuff again from Bangladesh as Nehra returns. You sense that Mahmudullah is waiting for the one in the slot but he and Soumya Sarkar have to settle for a steady accumulation of singles. India are hanging in there.