Rohit Sharma's heroic effort with the bat went in vain as the India captain's 28-ball 51 not out was not enough for the visitors to chase 272 and prevent a series defeat against Bangladesh in the 2nd ODI on Wednesday. At the Shere Bangla Stadium, the India captain, braving a finger injury, put on a stunning show of power-hitting but he was not able to take the team past the finish line.

Rohit joined MS Dhoni in an unwanted

captaincy list as India lost their second successive ODI series in Bangladesh. Under Dhoni, India had lost a 3-match series for the first time in Bangladesh in 2015.

Rohit Sharma remained unbeaten on 51 from just 28 balls, hitting 5 huge sixes and 3 boundaries but Mustafizur Rahman successfully defended 20 runs in the final over. Rohit hit two boundaries and a six in a thrilling final over but the left-arm pacer had the last laugh.
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