India take a commanding position in the first day of the first Test against Bangladesh. With nine wickets in hand, the side only trails by 64 runs after bowling Bangladesh out on 150.
Ishant Sharma and Umesh Yadav provided India with early breakthroughs, sending openers back in the pavilion.
Ravichandran Ashwin (2/43) completed 250 wickets at home when he dismissed Bangladesh captain Mominul Haque.
Mohammed Shami (3/27) got himself a hat-trick opportunity, and was key to Bangladesh's collapse to 150.
India received an early blow when they came out to bat, as Rohit Sharma was dismissed on 6.
However, Mayank Agarwal (37*) and Cheteshwar Pujara (43*) stabilized the Indian innings, ending the day with the side on 86/1.