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By: Cricketnext staff editors include: by Saikat Ghosh was last updated on: Dhaka Advertisement Stumps Bangladesh vs. India Cricket Scorecard (Test) 2nd Test (Test), Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur, Dhaka, 2nd Day, 3rd Session .

Shakib Al Hasan (C) Bangladesh 1ST INN 227/10 (73.5) RR 3.07 2ND INN 7 /0 (6.0) 1.17 IndiaKL Rahul (C) India 1ST INN 314/10 (86.3) RR 3.63 With a stunning 93, Rishabh Pant solidified his status as the team’s most significant game-changer, putting.

India in a strong position to win the second day of the second Test here on Friday and win the series against Bangladesh. For the sixth time in his Test career, Pant was run out in the 90s. However, with a counter-attacking strike that contributed to India’s 314-run first innings score, Pant once again showed that he has his best game.

It only helped Iyer at the other end, who was just as aggressive.

And made a surface that was once hard to bat on look like a willow-wielder’s dream.Pant smashed five sixes, two off Taijul, three off Mehidy Hasan Miraz, and one off captain Shakib Al Hasan, putting the Bangladeshi spin trio in their place.

Before Pant led the Indian innings, India were in trouble at 94 for four when Virat Kohli (24, 73 balls) once more struck one off Taskin Ahmed outside the off-stump channel.However, Rourkee’s unconventional keeper-batter made Taijul appear sluggish.

Pant repeatedly danced down the track, carting Taijul either in the arc between the midwicket and long on or by lofting him down the ground, and he beat Taijul into submission.A one-handed down-the-ground shot from rival captain Shakib was the most thrilling. And when he repeated the Miraz material over long-on for a maximum of 100 meters, it came as no surprise at all.

The Bangladeshi bowlers, who were siphoned up at the mid-day break, had hung shoulders when tea was called.

Iyer was able to take advantage of Pant’s beast mode, lofting Miraz for his first six shots and completing his second half-century in the series with a single.

Pant was done by the time he caught Nurul Hasan behind the stumps, missing out on yet another Test hundred, and he didn’t come out to keep because he was having cramps.

Earlier, Rahul paid the price for his ultra defensive mindset on a pitch that offered a fair amount of turn on the first day itself after misreading the track on day one.Except for the cover-driven boundary off a seamer at the beginning of the day, he did not appear to be in any discomfort throughout his 45-ball stay.

On the other hand, Gill seemed more at ease despite the fact that Taijul bowled with a nice trajectory and kept his deliveries at a good length.

Rahul was bowled by what appeared to be an armer that came in at an angle and then straightened sufficiently to trap him in front of the wickets. The LBW plea was denied by the umpire, but Bangladesh won the decision after a DRS review.

In the case of Gill, it was more straightforward because he missed a straighter shot while attempting a sweep shot and was caught plumb.Up until the time he got to the crease, Pujara appeared to be at ease, but with the deliveries stopping and turning, he always ran the risk of negotiating that ball that would send him back.

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