Bangladesh Struggling To Save Wickets In the First Day Of 1st Test In Indore
The first day of 1st Test between India and Bangladesh in Indore saw the guest team kneeling down before the Indian attack. Bangladesh lost its three top players including Mohammad Mithun in 26 overs and it accumulated only 63 runs.
Start of the match
Bangladesh won the toss and decided to bat to give India a huge score to chase. Also, it put good resistance to Indian bowlers for 11 overs when Mohammed Shami got Mithun lbw on an out-swinging ball that Muthun tried to play across the line and caught unaware. The umpires didn’t even feel the need to ask for a review and gave the decision in the favor of India. The little resistance provided by Bangladesh batsmen seems to be failing before Indian attack.
Highlights of Bangladesh batting
• Imrul Kayes was the first wicket down in 6th over. He played 18 balls but could score only 6 runs.
• Skipper Mominul Haque joined the opening batsman Shadman Islam but Islam was also sent to pavilion in the 7th over.
• Mohammad Mithun joined the captain and gave some resistance to Indian attack. They took the score from 12 to 31 in 18th over when Mithun lost his wicket to an outswing ball.
Highlights of Indian bowling
• Ishant Sharma was the most economical bowler with a strike rate of 1.71. He bowled 7 overs out of which 4 are maiden. He game 12 runs and got one wicket.
• Ravichandran Ashwin proved the most expensive bowled with 2.75 strike rate. He gave 11 runs in 4 overs and took no wickets.