India won the final on the very last ball of the match and clinched their seventh Asia Cup title.
Bangladesh opener Liton Das attacked Indian bowlers in initial overs to shift momentum towards his team
The opening pair of Mehidy Hasan(left) and Liton Das(right) gave Bangladesh a perfect start with 120 runs opening stand.
Liton Das scored his maiden ODI century in the big ticket finale.
Bangladesh middle order failed miserably and they managed to score only 222 runs on the scoreboard.
Left-arm spinner Kuldeep Yadav picked up three wickets for India.
While chasing the target of 223 India lost their in-form opener, Shikhar Dhawan, early as he only managed to score 15 runs.
Skipper Rohit Sharma scored 48 runs was the top scorer of India.
Indian middle order made small but crucial contribution with the bat in the big ticket final.
Kedar Jadhav's injured hamstring couldn't stop him to led India toward the victory.