Cricketzine prediction:Mominul Expels Bangladesh While India Divides

Mominul Haque’s half-century unbeaten comeback pushed Bangladesh forward, but India continued to falter from breaking a menacing stand in the fast-paced afternoon session of Day 1 of the Mirpur Test. The hosts went for tea at 184/5 with both Shakib al Hasan (16) and Litton Das (25) off to good starts and Mushfiqur Ra ​​him (26) crushed by his Jaydev Unadkat Jaffa.

A 43-run stand between Mominur and Shakib that saw Bangladesh’s recovery head into lunchtime was cut short in the first ball of the session when the skipper dropped a delivery from Umesh Yadav straight down the middle.

Rahim joined forces with Mominul to rebuild for the hosts through a 48-run partnership for the fourth wicket. He started with an offside drive and made over 100 for the team by the end of the 36th. Both sides of it had LBW appeals and he survived it – the first after India burned the check because the impact was outside and (probably because of the size) they checked Second they didn’t even check the leg stump actually. A chopping Rahim quickly brushed it off, ending R Ashwin’s next over with a bordering hat-trick of his, sending Spinner out of the attack.

Meanwhile, Mominuru continued in the same vein, raising the stakes in challenging Unadkat as well. As his momentum shifted to Bangladesh, he flicked a seamer through mid-wicket on consecutive balls on his next three deliveries. Unadkat beat Rahim with a peach at the other end – angling away from right hander and flying start to the right of the punt before buckling him and going down. A breakthrough after a drink couldn’t slow Mominuru down, but the bouncer cut him back to his point from a short and wide delivery after hitting his chain he slides at four to half a century. reached. In the 50s and beyond, Mominuru continued to work hard for such freebies, surviving another chance when Edge survived a slip. Dropping to 6, Das faced Mohamed Siraj on the other side with 4 backfoot punches and 6 consecutive ball swivel pulls. Ashwin came back and he quickly ran to Rambo 25 before ending the fireworks with a high throw off-break that the Bangladeshi batsman flicked straight to mid-wicket.

India burned his second review trying to review his LBW complaint against Mominul, but the ball flew off his feet. The hitter got reprieve with a 64 off Ashwin when the outside edge failed to carry Virat Kohli in the slip. The sixth wicket has since happily raced for time on the way down and beat his two girls at the trot. Previously, it was a third wicket partnership between Mominur and Shakib that brought Bangladesh resistance to 82/2 by lunchtime after the home side had lost both opening games in consecutive overs.

Shakib wanted the batsmen to watch the first session on the greenish lanes carefully before breaking loose for batting. India’s triple tempo attack was mostly on-the-money, with the ball often hitting the bat, but Bangladesh’s first goal remained. Among the many edges that escaped the fielders, there was a clear chance provided by Zakir Hasan. From the first ball encountered in the game, the young attacker flicked a half-volley from Umesh Yadav with a leg stump, but only a run-in and a dive from Mohamed Siraj shot it down to a thin leg. Pacer grabbed his shoulder and fell to the ground, but quickly got back up.

The breakthrough came on the other side of the drink his break as Unadkat scored his second best no. The number of matches missed (118) during his two appearances for India opened an account in Test cricket. Zakir was undone by the extra impact and realized he was running out of space when trying to slice the too short ball, providing Rahul with an easy shot on the fourth slip. In the next over, Shunt received a straight LBW shoulder arm from Ashwin. The Bangladeshi opener only confirmed that the ball had just touched the stumps and the decision was confirmed on the field.

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