New Delhi | Jagran Sports Desk: The second T20I between India and Bangladesh held in Rajkot on Thursday was filled with drama. First Rishabh Pant committed a mistake by picking a ball ahead of the stumps while on another occasion the 21-year-old remained calm and dislodged the bails to complete Soumya Sarkar's run-out in a fair manner. However, the third umpire Anil Chaudhary mistakenly pressed the green button and it showed the batsman 'Not Out' on the big screen.

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After Sharma saw 'Not Out', he immediately lashed out at the screen. However, the mistake was rectified quickly and Sarkar was adjudged out.

Even it was for just a few moments, Rohit Sharma made the presence of Virat Kohli felt in the game. The skipper is featuring in his 100th T20I-- became first Indian player to achieve the feat. MS Dhoni, who is not playing this series is second after Rohit with 98 T20I to his name. 

India restricted Bangladesh to a score of 153 as Naim, Sarkar and Mahmadullah scored in the 30s while opener Liton Das contributed 29 runs to the total. For India, Shivam Dube was the pick of the bowlers. He scalped two wickets for 28 runs in four overs.

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In reply, India won the match by eight wickets and levelled the series 1-1. Skipper Rohit Sharma did most of the damage to the opposition as he scored 85 runs off 43 balls. In his innings, Rohit slammed six sixes and equal number of boundaries. His opening partner Shikar Dhawan scored 31 runs while Shreyas Iyer scored an unbeaten 24 runs. For Bangladesh, Aminul Isalm scalped two wickets for 29 runs in 4 overs. 

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