Melbourne- Latest from the World Cup quarter-final between India and Bangladesh at the Melbourne Cricket Ground today.

India won the toss and elected to bat.

1st over - Rohit Sharma square drives the first ball of the match, from Mashrafe Mortaza, to the boundary rope for four. India also pick up four leg byes off the fifth delivery. 8-0.

2nd over - Shikar Dhawan gets off the mark when he drives the last ball of Taskin Ahmed's first over through extra cover for four. 12-0.

3rd over - Rohit picks up his second boundary when he pushes the ball straight past Mortaza to the rope. India off to a confident start. 17-0.

4th over - Rohit, looking in good touch early on, notches another four when he swats a short ball from Ahmed through square leg. 26-0.

7th over - The predominantly Indian crowd rise to their feet again as Dhawan belts Mortaza for four. 36-0.

8th over - Nasir Hossain, who was brought into the attack after Ahmed, gives up his first boundary when Rohit dances down the pitch and lifts him over extra cover. 41-0.

10th over - India reach their 50 inside the first 10 overs without loss, possibly laying the foundation for a massive score. Bangladesh have struggled to threaten with their seamers. 51-0.