With this, India wins the series by 2-1 and Deepak Chahar gets first T20I hat-trick. 

Deepak Chahar Gets his hat-trick and then this is the end of the series as India walks away with 2-1 win. 

Khaleel Ahmed is here to bowl and he starts off conceding a couple of runs. Then bowls a WIDE and then a FOUR as the bowler goes round the wicket. Eight runs fro, the over as Bangladesh needs 31 runs from six balls. 

Deepak Chahar is back to business and then the players steal a couple of singles. He bowls a slower bouncer as Shaiful is sent packing on the score of 4 runs. India inches closer to win the game.

Yuzvendra Chahal is here to bowl and starts off conceding a single and he finally gets his 50th T20I wicket. The spinner got rid of Muhadullah as he gets BOWLED on 8! 

Shivam Dube is here to bowl and gets his second international wicket in the form of Mohammad Naim who gets BOWLED on 81 as the Mumbai bowler bowls a yorker and clears the furniture. Caught and Bowl Afif Hossain on a duck. 

Khaleel Ahmed is here to bowl and the team grabs fours singles from the first four balls. Bowls a WIDE. Ahmed asks for a DRS to check the edge and the home team loses a review. Naim continues to dominate as Khaleel bowls outside the off stump and the Bangladeshi batsman punishes him with a FOUR. 

Shivam Dube is here to bowl and he finally gets his first wicket. Mushfiqur Rahim gets BOWLED for a GOLDEN DUCK. Good job by the youngster. Six runs from the over for BAN. 

Deepak Chahar is back and starts off conceding a couple of byes and then singles on the third and fourth ball. Finally, India gets a breakthrough as Mithun airs it up and KL Rahul in the deep makes no mistake. Mithun OUT on 27. 

Chahal is back and a chance of a run out but the throw wasn't too good. A direct hit would have helped the purpose. FOUR by Naim as he goes over covers and then  SIX. 15 RUNS FROM THE OVER AS BANGLADESH NEEDS 69 RUNS FROM 48 BALLS! 

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India and Bangladesh will face each other in the third and final game of a three-match T20I series. With the series still tied 1-1, both sides have the opportunity of sealing the T20I series. A win for Bangladesh at Nagpur – when the 3rd and final IND vs BAN T20I game will be played – will be historic on terms that it will be the first time they managed to beat their more fancied neighbours in the shortest form of cricket. For India, a victory will mean it will be their first T20I series win at home since November 2018. You can follow LatestLY for live cricket score updates and ball-by-ball commentary for the 3rd India vs Bangladesh T20I encounter. India Vs Bangladesh, Cricket Score 3rd T20I Match.

Mahmudullah’s young side – devoid of their two most experienced players in Shakib Al Hasan and Tamim Iqbal – shocked India in the capital with a seven-wicket victory in the first T20I game. Both sides tackled serious health issues, with reports also claiming that few Bangladeshi players vomited on the ground during the course of the match, to play the game. But Bangladesh – missing Shakib and Tamim for different reasons – triumphed with senior pros Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmudullah taking the side to a historic victory – Bengal Tigers’ first against India in a T20I game after eight successive defeats.

The visitors starred at another history – that of winning a first-ever T20I series against India and also sealing their first bilateral series win over India since 2015 – and were well on course with a 60-run opening partnership in five overs. But a middle-order collapse added to some fine bowling by the Indian spinners restricted them to only 153 runs, which eventually proved too little in front of Rohit Sharma storm. Rohit’s raging innings of 85 runs, which comprised of six fours and as many sixes, blew the Bangladeshi bowlers out of competition and restored normality once again for India.

But Bangladesh will hope to restart against at Nagpur and aim for another Delhi-like performance. India, on the other, will want to continue their momentum and seal the T20I series. Both teams will also hope to end the series on a high and make a progress as they prepare for next year’s T20I World Cup in Australia.