INDIA WIN BY AN INNINGS AND 46 RUNS
Umesh gets the last wicket, caught behind, and ends with a five-wicket haul. Bangladesh are bowled out for 195 and it has taken them less than an hour to wrap things up on the third day. Mahmudullah cannot come out to bat because of his strained hamstring. And this also means that India have now become the first ever team to register four consecutive innings victories in Tests. Read that again, and take it in. Tells you a lot about India's sheer dominance.
WICKET: Mushfiqur falls for 74
Umesh gets his fourth, and it's a neat plan that comes off. Mushfiqur Rahim was taking his chances against the pacers, and jumps down the track once more. Umesh slips in the slower one that completely foxes Rahim, who chips a simple catch to cover.
WICKET: Umesh gets Ebadat
He roughs him up with a short ball. Ebadat puts his bat out to protect his body and the ball goess of the handle to the slip cordon. Simple catch. And it's taken India only 13 balls to get the first wicket on day 3.
Looking forward at day 3...
Right, so Bangladesh with Mushfiqur Rahim have managed to drag the game on till the third day. They're still 89 runs adrift with four wickets in hand. Can they make India bat again? We've seen that the first session of the day-night Test is usually easier to bat on, as was the third session when dew sets in. Let's wait and see.