Seamer Chahar took an incredible six for seven – including a hat-trick – from 3.2 overs as India dismissed Bangladesh for 144 to win by 30 runs in Nagpur.
Shreyas Iyer’s T20I best of 62 from 33 balls and KL Rahul’s 35-ball 52 helped India to 174 for five after being put in.
Bangladesh were soon in trouble at 12 for two as Chahar struck with successive deliveries in the third over.
Opener Mohammad Naim made 81 from 48 balls, but Chahar and Shivam Dube (three for 30) made constant in-roads in to the Bangladesh innings.
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Chahar wrapped up victory with a hat-trick in the final over as Bangladesh were bowled out with four balls of their innings remaining.
Having dismissed Shafiul Islam with final ball of his previous over, Chahar removed Mustafizur Rahman and Aminul Islam to secure the man of the match and man of the series awards.
Persistent rain meant only 17 overs were completed before an early tea break.
Both teams took a knee in support of the Black Lives Matter movement before play got under way.
Two minutes’ silence were also observed.
England and West Indies players took the knee ahead of the First Test in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
England displayed names of key workers, including nurse practitioner Tom Field, on their training shirts to honour their work in the Covid-19 crisis.
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The toss for the first Test has been pushed back.
The Red Rose could be without a home venue as Emirates Old Trafford is being used by England as a ‘bio-secure venue’ this summer.
Persistent drizzle in Southampton has put back the return of international cricket.
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