The Indian cricket team delivered their seventh straight Test win and fourth successive win by an innings as they beat Bangladesh in their maiden Day/Night Test and pink ball Test at Eden Gardens in Kolkata.

India won the landmark clash by an innings and 46 runs in the second of the two-match series to complete 2-0 series sweep. Umesh Yadav struck three times on Sunday, wrapping up the third day in less than an hour.

Having barely managed to avoid a defeat inside two days, Bangladesh resumed on 152/6, hoping to score another 89 runs to avoid a second successive innings defeat. But once Mushfiqur Rahim fell for 74, the highest by a Bangladesh batsman in the one-sided match, the game was effectively over for them.

Bangladesh, skittled out for 106 in the first innings, managed 195 in the second as India registered their 12th consecutive home series victory to consolidate their lead in the World Test Championship points table.

The cricket fraternity congratulated Virat Kohli and the boys for their ‘unbelievable domination’ as the Test series against Bangladesh came to an end. Here are some of the reactions:

Kolkata you have been amazing. 🙌🏼
Terrific display by the lads. 💪🏼Let’s keep the momentum going 🇮🇳 pic.twitter.com/TBrP1fGNKw

— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) November 24, 2019

“Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision” First pink ball test victory ! ??Well done boys ???????????? pic.twitter.com/iXYvncGaHF

Congratulations Team! It was an amazing experience to play this special Test match & to see the number of ppl who turned up, even on the 3rd day. Congratulations to @imVkohli for being the first captain in history to win 4 Consecutive Games by an innings. #IndVsBan @bcci pic.twitter.com/Ilvc90KLJe

— Wriddhiman Saha (@Wriddhipops) November 24, 2019

Doesn’t happen often in India when the spinners hardly roll their arm over in the test match. Well done #fastbowlers on winning the game For the team???? Disappointing cricket from Bangladesh to say the least #INDvsBAN #ishantsharma #umeshyadav #shami

And there it is. Afraid it has been a one-sided series. India have been too good for their opponents at test cricket in this home season.

— Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) November 24, 2019

Four years ago, against South Africa, India’s spinners took 61 wickets to 9 for the quicks. In this series, spin got but 5 (none in this test) vs 33 to pace. The times, they are a changin’!

— Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) November 24, 2019

Just 7 overs for the spinners in a home test match and India win by an innings. Fantastic crowd at a landmark event and a great victory for Team India #INDvBAN

— Mohammad Kaif (@MohammadKaif) November 24, 2019

Winning by spin is fun but winning by pace is more fun!#IndianCricket

Interesting week for Test cricket! #AUSvPAK finished within 4 days, #INDvBAN all set to end on day 3, #ENGvsNZ likely to finish on day 5 and may not have a winner or loser! Test cricket ka jawab nahi! pic.twitter.com/85Cfd7gcfP

— R P Singh ????? ?????? ???? (@rpsingh) November 24, 2019

India batted less than 90 overs( a whole day’s play) in one innings. Bangladesh could bat barely 70 overs in two innings. India would not have got second new ball even after bowling out Bangladesh twice! Unbelievable domination by @imVkohli and his mates! #INDvBAN #PinkBall pic.twitter.com/3uu9X9nHwF

— R P Singh ????? ?????? ???? (@rpsingh) November 24, 2019

India win by an innings and 46 runs in the #PinkBallTest

India become the first team to win four Tests in a row by an innings margin [email protected] #INDvBAN pic.twitter.com/fY50Jh0XsP

1?9? wickets in #PinkBallTest ??
One word for this trio ___________??

India had won the first Test in Indore by an innings and 130 runs.