Mirpur, June 17: Second-string Indian team crumbled in overcast conditions as they crashed to 105 against Bangladesh in the second One Day International here on Tuesday. But India bounced back through Stuart Binny's record 6/4 to win by 47 runs. Bangladesh batting collapsed to 58 all out.
Debutant fast bowler used the conditions well to take five wickets in the rain-hit game. The match was reduced to 41 overs per side.
Indian batsmen struggled against the moving ball and were bowled out in 25.3 overs. Captain Suresh Raina was the top scorer with 27.
Today's 105 is India's lowest against Bangladesh, beating the previous low of 191 which came in the 2007 World Cup.
Overall, this is India's 11th lowest in their One Day International history.
India's lowest scores in ODIs
54 - Vs Sri Lanka, Sharjah, 2000
63 - Vs Australia, Sydney, 1981
78 - Vs Sri Lanka, Kanpur, 1986
79 - Vs Pakistan, Sialkot, 1978
88 - Vs New Zealand, Dambulla, 2010
91 - Vs South Africa, Durban, 2006
100 - Vs Australia, Sydney, 2000
100 - Vs West Indies, Ahmedabad, 1993
103 - Vs Sri Lanka, Dambulla, 2010
103 - Vs Sri Lanka, Colombo, 2008
105 - Vs Bangladesh, Mirpur, 2014