India lost an early wicket and then there was a partnership

Bangladesh tour of India 2017

Only Test: India v Bangladesh Played at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Uppal, Hyderabad 9,10,11,12,13 February 2017 (5-day match)

Umpires - M Erasmus (South Africa) and JS Wilson (West Indies)
TV umpire - CB Gaffaney (New Zealand)
Match referee - AJ Pycroft (Zimbabwe)
Reserve umpire - Nitin Menon

India won the toss and elected to bat

Scorecard:

India 1st innings 356/3 for just 90 overs
Stumps - Day 1

Murali Vijay raises his 9th Test hundred against Bangladesh

Murali Vijay says: Everything went my way during my knock. I felt really good about myself coming into this game and just wanted to play my natural game and stick to the basics. Pujara and me tried to rotate the strike
and that's what we exactly did. Batting with him gives me a comfort factor because he has a solid game. We just keep things simple and not look to try anything different. We have a good rapport in the middle and a lot of things happen between us as you saw with the running. We have been speaking about our running and hopefully in the coming series we would be doing a better job. Virat finished the day in a great manner and hopefully he would carry on in the first session tomorrow.

Vijay and Kohli hundreds headline India's dominance day one

Bangladesh tour of India 2017

Only Test: India v Bangladesh Played at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Uppal, Hyderabad 9,10,11,12,13 February 2017 (5-day match)

Umpires - M Erasmus (South Africa) and JS Wilson (West Indies)
TV umpire - CB Gaffaney (New Zealand)
Match referee - AJ Pycroft (Zimbabwe)
Reserve umpire - Nitin Menon

India won the toss and elected to bat

Scorecard:
Day 1: Stumps

Sri Lanka's dramatic collapse aginst South Africa at Cape Town

Sri Lanka have been rolled over for a meagre 110. A lead of 282 for the Africans. They were 31 for no loss and after the dismissal of Silva, all hell broke loose. In the last 27.4 overs, the Islanders lost all ten of their wickets to ensure the fort at Cape Town will remain unbreached.
The game is in their bag, the series moreover is done and dusted unless there is some miracle waiting to happen. Even the Table Mountains bowed down to the magic on show from the South African seamers and Maharaj.

Kane Williamson has lead from the front here

New Zealand's captain Kane Williamson is a Man of the Match: "It was a sweet win. We lost wickets early but Grandhomme supported me well. Credit to the bowling attack.
Bangladesh came really hard with the bat. We got the momentum back and the partnership was fantastic towards the end. Great to see the debutants do well for us. Our slower bowlers did a good job too. Looking forward to the next game."