Cricketzine prediction:Mominul leads a rebuilding job after a player is cheaply dumped

With an unbeaten stand of 43 runs between Mominur Hakeh and Shakib Al Hasan on the first day of the Mirpur test against India, Bangladesh were up 82/2 by lunchtime after losing their first two matches in a row. Recorded.

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Shakib wanted the batsmen to carefully see through the first session before the wickets subsided for batting. Bangladesh’s opening side negotiated the first half well despite a fair amount of luck. India’s triple tempo attack was mostly on the money, with the ball often hitting the racket, but Bangladesh’s opening game 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 Umesh Yadav’s half-volley up with a leg stump, but Mohamed Siraj’s run-in and nosedive shot off a skinny leg. Pacer grabbed him by the shoulder and fell to the ground, but quickly got back up.

The breakthrough was on the other side of the drink break as Unadkat scored the second best no. The number of matches missed (118) during his two appearances for India opened an account in Test cricket. Zakir rallied back with an extra jump, realizing he was running out of space when trying to slice the ball too short, and provided Rahul with an easy shot in 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. Despite nine straight innings in the single digits before this comeback, Mominul Haque looked solid in midfield as he rebuilt for the hosts. He has a few well-timed drives at 23* at lunch, jumping quickly at pitches too high or when bowlers offer width. Meanwhile, Shakib started talking and elevated himself to No. 4. He skipped the distance several times to face Ashiwn and in the over he picked up 4 and 6. Had Rishabh Pant not missed a hard trip down the side of his leg, Offi might have retaliated just before the session was interrupted.

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