IND vs BAN: Bangladesh bowed on the third day, India won by an innings

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The Indian cricket team, after performing brilliantly, beat Bangladesh on the third day in the Indore Test, and took a one-zero lead in the series.

India has defeated Bangladesh by an innings and 130 runs. This is India's sixth consecutive win in Test cricket.
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For India, the heroes of this match were Mayankar Aggarwal, who played a marathon innings of 243 runs in the first innings and fast bowler Mohammad Shami, who took seven wickets in the match.

Mayank Agarwal was declared 'Man of the Match'.

When Bangladesh's team came out to bat in the second innings, they were behind by 343 runs. But in the second innings too, she could only cope with 69.2 overs of Indian bowlers and was all out for 213 runs.

Cricket expert Rajneesh Gupta has written that under the captaincy of Virat Kohli, India has won the most innings.

India has won ten Tests by an innings under the captaincy of Virat Kohli.
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Indian bowlers dominate both innings

In the match, the Indian team showed great performance in all the disciplines of the game. After winning the toss, the visiting team was dismissed for just 150 runs in the first innings. Mohammed Shami took three and Umesh Yadav, Ishant Sharma and Ravichandra Ashwin took two wickets each.

When the Indian team came out to bat in the first turn, it explained why it has been the best Test team in the world for many months. Mayank Agarwal, playing just the eighth Test, scored his second double century. Apart from him Ajinkya Rahane contributed 86, Ravindra Jadeja contributed 60 and Cheteshwar Pujara contributed 54 runs.

Captain Virat Kohli declared the innings for 493 runs.
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Bangladesh had to score 344 runs to avoid an innings defeat, but once again the Bangladeshi opener and middle-order batsmen could not face the Indian fast bowlers and the fall of wickets started.

The Bangladeshi team had lost five wickets for 72 runs, but then wicket-keeper batsman Mushfiqur Rahim handled the innings.

He made good partnerships with Litton Das and Mehdi Hasan Miraz but it was not enough to save the match.

In the end, Rahim also lost his wicket after scoring 64 runs. After this, it took Indian bowlers a few minutes to send the remaining batsmen to the pavilion.