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Liton Das' maiden one-day international ton helped Bangladesh scale 222 while batting first but that didn't prove to be enough as India chased down the target off the last ball of the match.
India outplayed Sri Lanka in all departments by first scoring an imposing 303 for six at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium after skipper Prabh Simran Singh won the toss and elected to bat.
Doctors cleared a large amount of pus from his infected finger and advised him to undergo a second surgery once the infection has cleared.
India powered their way to the Asia Cup title in Dubai, outlasting Bangladesh by three wickets off the last ball in the final.
Skipper Pawan Shah (45), Sameer Choudhary (42) and Ayush Badoni (21) made quick runs to power India to a formidable 354 for six in 50 overs.
India, led by Rohit Sharma, had pipped Bangladesh by three wickets off the last ball in the thrilling final to lift the title.
Shakib has to wait around three weeks more to undergo surgery on the finger because of an infection caused by the accumulation of pus, which has reportedly spread to his left wrist.
This is for the second time that Sharma, who aggregated 317 runs in the Asia Cup, is in second position, having first reached number two in July this year.
The team that stood out is Afghanistan though they didn’t qualify for the final. The next best thing to happen is Bangladesh, which lost to India by three wickets in a thrilling final.
The rise in the number of players hobbling out doesn’t speak highly of the system in place to monitor these things.
Chasing 305 to win, Nepal made a good start with Rabindra Shahi and Ravi Kumar Sah sharing a 31-run partnership in eight overs before both the openers were dismissed within two overs.
Opener Liton Das slammed his maiden one-day international century in Bangladesh's modest 222 but it was the bowlers who made India sweat in their nervy chase of the 50-over contest.
Flyers who wish to travel on Economy tickets are given 10 percent discounts on base fares to celebrate the Indian cricket team's seventh win in Dubai, a release said.
Coach Ravi Shastri has praised Rohit's calm demeanour during their victorious Asia Cup campaign, a trait that he has picked up from his illustrious predecessor.
Jadeja made a spectacular return to the ODI side and immediately made an impact with figures of 4 for 29 from his 10 overs against Bangladesh in a Super 4 match earlier in the tournament.