Bangladesh’s first innings have been reduced to 227 runs in the second Test against India. In response, India scored 19 runs without loss in their first innings. After stumps on the first day, captain KL Rahul 3, and Shubman Gill returned unbeaten on a personal score of 14 runs. At the moment, the hosts are ahead by 208 runs.
Mominul Haque scored the highest 84 runs from Bangladesh after winning the toss in Mirpur on the first day. Apart from him, no other batsman could play big innings. Mushfiqur Rahim 26 and Liton Das scored 25 runs. Opener Najmul Hasan Shanto contributed 24 runs.
Experienced fast bowlers Umesh Yadav and Ravichandran Ashwin took 4-4 wickets from India. At the same time, Jaydev Unadkat, who returned to the Test team after 12 years, had two successes.
He has been included in the team in place of Kuldeep Yadav, the man of the match of the previous match. Unadkat last played a Test on 16 December 2010.
First session: 2 wickets fell for the host in scoring 82 runs
In the first session, the Bangladesh team added 82 runs, while the bowlers of the Indian team took 2 wickets.
At one time both Bangladesh openers had returned to the pavilion for 39 runs. Then captain Shakib and Mominul Haque took over the innings. Both added 43 runs for the third wicket till the end of the session.
The second session: 102 runs scored, 3 wickets also came
The hosts scored 102 runs in the second session. He also got 3 shocks. From his side, Mominul remained unbeaten after scoring his 16th half-century. While Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim, and Liton Das got out.
Mominul scored more than 50 for the 27th time in Tests. These include his 9 centuries. He equaled Bangladesh’s Habib-ul-Bashar (27) for the most number of 50+ scores. He is the fourth-highest 50+ scorer for Bangladesh. Before him is the number of Tamim Iqbal (41), Shakib Al Hasan (35), and Mushfiqur Rahim (34).
Third session: Bangladesh all out, India added 19 runs
Bangladesh lost 5 wickets in the third and last session of the day. While 43 runs were added to the team’s total. India also scored 19 runs on the first day.
See here how the wickets of Bangladesh fell.