Umesh Yadav and Ravichandran Ashwin each took four wickets in India’s 227-run victory over Bangladesh

India versus Bangladesh in the second Test: Bangladesh was 19 for none at stumps on Day 1 after India bowled them out for 227 in their first innings.

In the first innings of the second Test, which took place in Dhaka on Thursday, India bowled Bangladesh out for 227 runs. Umesh Yadav and Ravichandran Ashwin each took four wickets. Mominul Haque scored 84 runs, but because Bangladesh chose to bat first, their innings ended approximately an hour before stumps. They frequently lost wickets. Six overs later, India held a 19-0 lead before bad light prevented an early end to the first day. At stumps, Shubman Gill was 14 not out, and India’s stand-in skipper, KL Rahul, was batting at number three.

Rahul was given a leg-before on three off Shakib in the final over of the day, but after review, the decision was reversed.

India prevented the hosts from forming a significant partnership, as Umesh took 4-25 and Ashwin took 4-71, despite several batsmen getting good starts. Najmul Hossain, a 24-year-old, Mushfiqur Rahim, a 26-year-old, and Liton Das, a 25-year-old, were all unable to maintain Mominul’s support.

When Mominul scratched Ashwin behind the stumps for the 10th wicket, it was his most memorable performance of the series. The left-hander hit 12 fours and a six for his 16th Test fifty, his first Test fifty in seven games. Two balls after Ashwin ended the innings, Bangladesh’s last man, Khaled Ahmed, caught Jaydev Unadkat at deep midwicket.

In 2010, Unadkat, a fast bowler, made his debut in a Test match against South Africa. He performed admirably in the first two sessions before posting 2-50.

Bangladesh had scored 184-5 at the tea break, but Umesh bowled well and took three wickets consecutively in the final session. India won the first Test by 188 runs, but Rahul took his place because captain Rohit Sharma got hurt again. The match went to India. Left-arm spinner Kuldeep Yadav, who won player of the match honors in the first Test for his eight wickets, was replaced by paceman Unadkat by the visitors.

Mominul took Yasir Ali’s place, and Taskin Ahmed took the place of injured Ebadot Hossain.

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