Dhaka, Nov. 3 -- Despite the absence of big guns Shakib and Tamim, Mahmudullah-led Bangladesh beat India by seven wickets in the first match of the three-match T20 series in Delhi on Sunday.

Former captain Mushfiqur Rahim's unbeaten 60 guided Bangladesh to their first victory against India in their ninth T20 encounters.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina congratulated the Tigers for their historic win.

Replying to India's moderate total of 148 runs for 6 in stipulated 20 overs at Arun Jaiterly Stadium, Tigers scored 154 runs losing three wickets with three more balls to spare.

In the last two overs, Bangladesh needed 22 runs. Mushfiqur smashed Khaleel Ahmed for four consecutive fours in the 19th overs. In the last over, Bangladesh needed 4 ...