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Six takeaways from the Nidahas Trophy
After a somewhat subdued build-up, the tournament provided controversy and excitement. What were the biggest talking points?
Which was the best batting cameo?
In T20 cricket, batsmen have changed games in less than an over. Which of these knocks do you think was the best from the last few years?
The Videocast: Does Karthik have a case to replace Dhoni in T20Is?
Gaurav Kalra and Raunak Kapoor on Dinesh Karthik's headline-stealing act, Washington Sundar's emergence, and Bangladesh's behaviour in the Nidahas Trophy
India clinch title with Karthik's last-ball six
In the end, India needed 34 off 12 balls. Dinesh Karthik almost single-handedly knocked that off with a stunning 29 not out off eight balls
'We have confidence in T20s now' - Mushfiqur
Despite their impressive performance in the Nidahas Trophy, Bangladesh's wicketkeeper said they "haven't become a T20 side of caliber yet"
I need to remain calm next time - Shakib.
Shakib al Hasan said his excitement got the better of him towards the end of Bangladesh's closely contested Nidahas Trophy tri-series win over Sri Lanka
Shakib, Nurul fined for breaching code of conduct
They have also received one demerit point each for separate incidents during their side's T20I match against Sri Lanka in Colombo
Ugly scenes mar Bangladesh's dramatic win
For a few moments, play came to a halt with players from both sides having to be restrained from each other. Then Mahmudullah struck a six to seal Bangladesh's place in the final
Isam: Bangladesh exorcise ghosts of Bengaluru
Two years ago, Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmudullah were the chief protagonists in that infamous final-over meltdown in the World T20. Now, in successive chases against Sri Lanka, both have shown they have learned the lessons
Pereras alleviate Sri Lanka's pain
Thisara joined Kusal with Sri Lanka 41 for 5, and both batsmen tempered their naturally aggressive styles in a partnership that propelled their side to a total that came close to match-winning
Important to try and read the batsman's mind - Sundar.
Washington Sundar emerging as tournament's MVP
The 18-year old India spinner has taken the most wickets in the Nidahas Trophy, and also has the best economy rate despite bowling the bulk of his overs in the Powerplay
Rohit and Sundar carry India into final
Rohit Sharma's 102-run partnership with Suresh Raina lifted India to 176, a score that proved 17 runs beyond Bangladesh, despite another fifty from Mushfiqur Rahim
Thakur and Pandey fashion India's victory
The fast bowler picked up four wickets to restrict Sri Lanka to 152 and the batsman struck an unbeaten 42 in the chase
'We couldn't execute our batting plans' - Thisara.
Thakur knuckling down to challenge of filling senior boots
Shardul Thakur has responded impressively to a difficult start to the tournament in the latest example of the depth in India's pace resources
'We cannot expect batting plans from Walsh' - BCB president
In another instance of his unusually hands-on involvement with team matters, Nazmul Hassan has questioned the interim coach's ability to handle the batting side of the Bangladesh job
Mushfiqur has made amends for World T20 - Tamim
Mushfiqur was the man who was largely blamed for Bangladesh's loss to India two years ago, but his Colombo blitz has helped him take centre stage for good reasons
Liton's promotion gives Bangladesh a new high
It has long been a Sri Lankan T20 strategy to move the ball away from top-order batsmen, and not only did Bangladesh take notice of it, but they came up with a sound counter-measure
Mushfiqur pulls off record Bangladesh chase
The batsman overcame cramps and helped the visitors mow down a target of 215 with an audacious 72 not out off 35 balls
Agarkar: Good to see fringe players taking their chances.
Ajit Agarkar reviews India's performance in their first round of games in the Nidahas Trophy
Unadkat and Dhawan brush aside Bangladesh
The left-arm seamer took three wickets while the opener hit his second successive fifty to give India their first points in the T20 tri-series
Bangladesh let down by lack of strike rotation
Mahmudullah has identified the abundance of dot balls in Bangladesh's innings, and the lack of singles and twos, as the reason behind their fifth straight T20 defeat
Dasgupta: It's a new side, can't read much into India's loss.
Kusal Perera's assault helps SL chase down 175
The batsman marked his return from injury with a 22-ball fifty, while Shikhar Dhawan's 49-ball 90 went in vain
Powerplay woes cost India - Dhawan
Kusal Perera's 27-run over off Shardul Thakur helped Sri Lanka set the early tempo in their chase
Shakib ruled out of Nidahas Trophy
Mahmudullah will continue to lead the T20 side in the absence of Shakib, who is yet to recover from the finger injury he sustained during the ODI tri-series in January
'Want full support of players, BCB heads' - Walsh
Apart from addressing Bangladesh's form, interim coach Courtney Walsh's immediate challenges will include dealing with the the hands-on approach of board president Nazmul Hassan
Coaches are more like 'father figures' - Walsh
Having been Bangladesh's fast bowling coach for 18 months, he has been asked to temporarily lead the support staff in the Nidahas T20I tri-series in Sri Lanka
Shakib in tri-series squad despite fitness concerns
The allrounder will be available for only "one or two" matches, according to BCB president Nazmul Hasan
Assistant coach Halsall to miss Nidahas Trophy
The BCB has given him extended leave as part of a coaching-staff shake-up
Lakmal, Pradeep return to bolster SL T20 pace ranks
The two fast bowlers recovered from injuries, but wicketkeeper-batsman Niroshan Dickwella was omitted in favour of Dhananjaya de Silva
Mathews sidelined from Nidahas Trophy
Dinesh Chandimal, who had led Sri Lanka in six limited-overs matches during the tour of Bangladesh, is likely to take charge in the T20I tri-series, also involving India and Bangladesh
Kohli, Dhoni and key bowlers rested for Nidahas Trophy
Rohit Sharma was named captain of India, with Shikhar Dhawan his deputy, for the T20 tri-series in Sri Lanka, also involving Bangladesh