India thrashed Bangladesh all out on the first day of the 2nd Test match, bowling them out for just 227 runs in the first innings

India were all over Bangladesh on the first day of the second Test as they bundled out the hosts for just 227 runs in 74 overs in the first innings.

For India, Umesh Yadav and Ravichandran Ashwin took four wickets each, while left-arm pacer Jaydev Unadkat took the remaining two wickets.

Hosts Bangladesh, who suffered an embarrassing defeat in the first match, failed to deal with the spin of Kuldeep Yadav, being run over by India's bowling trio.

Mohammed Siraj and Akshar Patel, who were impressive in the first Test, bowled well but returned wicketless on the day.

From Bangladesh, former skipper Mominul Haque returned to form after a dreadful run and was the only batsman to cross the half-century mark for the hosts.

The No. 3 scored 84 runs to attack the strong Indian batting line-up in Bangladesh's innings and gave few runs to the bowlers.

For the visitors, Javdev Unadkat, the left-arm pacer, made a Test comeback after a full 12 years.