MELBOURNE: Defending champions India made 302 for six against Bangladesh in their World Cup quarter-final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Thursday.
Rohit Sharma made 137 and Suresh Raina 65 as India accelerated after some tight opening overs by Bangladesh.
The huge contingent of Indian supporters in the crowd cheered Rohit as he reached his seventh ODI ton with 10 fours and a six.
But Rohit had a lucky escape on 90 when he holed out and was caught at deep mid-wicket off Rubel Hossain but umpire Ian Gould signalled a no-ball for a waist-high ball despite TV replays indicating it to be a legitimate delivery.
No side has made more than 300 batting second to win a one-day international at the MCG.
First innings scoreboard in the World Cup quarter-final between India and Bangladesh at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Thursday:
R. Sharma b Taskin 137
S. Dhawan st Mushfiqur b Shakib 30
V. Kohli c Mushfiqur b Rubel 3
A. Rahane c Shakib b Taskin 19
S. Raina c Mushfiqur b Mortaza 65
MS Dhoni c Nasir b Taskin 6
R. Jadeja not out 23
R. Ashwin not out 3
Extras (b4, lb7, w3, nb2) 16
Total (6 wkts, 50 overs) 302
Did not bat: M Shami, M Sharma, U Yadav
Fall of wickets: 1-75 (Shawan), 2-79 (Kohli), 3-115 (Rahane), 4-237 (Raina), 5-273 (Rohit), 6-296 (Dhoni)
Bowling: Mortaza 10-0-69-1 (1nb); Taskin 10-0-69-3 (1w); Nasir 9-0-35-0 (1w); Mahmudullah 1-0-4-0; Rubel 10-0-56-1 (1w, 1nb); Shakib 10-0-58-1
Umpires: Ian Gould (ENG), Aleem Dar (PAK)
TV umpire: Steve Davis (AUS)
Match referee: Roshan Mahanama (SRI)