Bangladesh were all out for 213 runs in the second innings on the third day of the first Test at Indore.
Bangladesh succumbed on an innings and 130-run defeat against India on the third session of the third day
Mushfiqur Rahim's fifty helped Bangladesh finally find some fight but in the session after tea, they were dismissed for 213 runs.
The 32-year-old scored 64 runs in an innings that was a patient one with seven boundaries from 150 balls.
Mushfiq first found a partnership with Liton Das, who scored 35 runs before gifting his wicket away to Ravichandran Ashwin.
The right-hander then found another able partner in Mehidy Hasan Miraz, who is not out on 38.
Only two wickets fell in the second session as Bangladesh scored 131 runs in it.
Mahmudullah was the first wicket to fall in the second session, after he wafted at a lenght ball from Mohammad Shami, only to find third slip and be dismissed for 15.
The visitors lost their openers in the first hour of the third day in Indore.
Imrul Kayes was cleaned up by Umesh Yadav on six. His partner Shadman Islam was bowled on the same score by Ishant Sharma. Interestingly , both the openers fell for the same score in the first innings as well.
Captaim Mominul Hoque was the next to depart. He was trapped LBW by Mohammad Shami on 7.
Mohammad Mithun who came in at four, was also out off the same bowler on 18.
Earlier, India captain Virat Kohli decided to declare with a first innings lead of 343 against Bangladesh ahead of the third day in the first Test at Indore.
India scored 439-6 in reply to Bangladesh's 150 in the first innings.