India had refused to play a day-night Test in Adelaide last year with concerns from top players reluctant to take a chance.
India boast an astronomical tally of 360 points in the World Test Championship - the maximum points on offer for any team that has played three series
"I thought the light and the pink ball had a role to play because as a batsman, it is not easy to pick the ball, especially the short balls."
Mominul Haque, Mohammad Mithun, and Mushfiqur Rahim got out on a duck and the mayhem never really ceased.
India and Bangladesh will be stepping into uncharted waters as it will be their first-ever day-night pink-ball Test match
India and Bangladesh are the only two Test-playing nations, apart from new entrants Afghanistan and Ireland, who have not yet played a day-night Test.
Mohammed Shami took four wickets as India crushed Bangladesh by an innings and 130 runs inside three days of the opening Test.
He completed his 200 with a six off Mehidy Hasan and raised his arms amid a standing ovation from the crowd in Indore
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