India also earned two additional points as the match is a part of the ICC Women’s Championship.
Chasing the paltry target, the Indian openers looked at ease as they stitched 96 runs for the first wicket to seal the match for their side.
The ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 finalists, India, are placed sixth with a tally of four points after six matches, both wins coming in a 2-1 series win over South Africa.
Indian women’s cricket team up in arms against coach Tushar Arothe, with some young players alleging excessive interference in on-field decisions as one of the reasons.
Harmanpreet Kaur admitted the batters failed to handle the nerves which resulted in a small total to defend for the bowlers in the Asia Cup final.
India managed to chase down the target of 108 in 19 overs against Sri Lanka in the Asia Cup encounter.
Bangladesh took full advantage of a complacent India as they recorded a comfortable seven-wicket victory in the Women’s Asia Cup T20 competition in Kuala Lumpur.