India beat Bangladesh by 17 runs in the final match of the triangular series. In the deciding 177-run target set by India, Bangladesh bowled out six wickets in 20 overs for the loss of 159 runs. Bangladesh batsman Mushfiqur Raheem 72 (55 balls, 8 × 4, 1 × 6) were outdated and Bangladesh lacked proper support from other batsmen. Captain Rohit Sharma's 89 (46 balls: 5 × 4,5 × 6) was a half-century and was trapped by a huge score. With Rohit, Raina scored 47 runs (30 balls, 5 × 4,2 × 6), opener Shikhar Dhawan 35 (27 balls, 5 × 4, 1 × 6), India's highest score. Rohit and Raina set up a 102-run partnership in the process.
With the aim of 177, Bangladesh lost power failure. Spinner's wicket-keeper, Washington Sunder, bowled three batsmen and bangladesh bangladesh. Wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Raheem 72 (55) was the last batsman to make a comeback. Initially India suffered from bowling, gradually broke into boundaries. In this order, another lesson in the series. But India bowled out for a good bowling. In the Indian bowlers, Washington made three wickets, while Siraz, Sarhul and Chahal took wicket.