Stuart BinnyStuart Binny’s record six wickets for a mere four runs clearly displayed the pace of the second ODI between India and Bangladesh. The low-scoring match saw India – winners from the first ODI in the series – make 105 runs in 25.3 overs, with the best strike unarguably by captain Suresh Raina (who scored 27 off 23 balls). Bangladesh were stalled at a poor total of 58 in 17.4 overs, losing the match by 47 runs, and the series 2-0 to India.Amid the fiasco, Karnataka bowler Stuart Binny, who was playing only his third ODI, broke Anil Kumble’s world record (6/12 against West Indies in 1993) to create history with his 6/4 spell.The second match debacle began with Bangladesh’s young bowler Taskin Ahmed, who made a record debut for any bowler by taking five wickets for 28 runs. However, his dream start was soon put to rest when India’s Stuart Binny made history in Indian cricket by taking six wickets in 4.4 overs, and giving away only four runs. Mohit Sharma added to the wicket-tally by taking four wickets for 22 runs, and along with Binny, who was called to bowl when Bangladesh were 44/2, both took all ten wickets.