Ban vs Ind 1st Test: India won by 188 runs

Ban vs Ind 1st Test

India beat Bangladesh by 188 runs in the first Test of the two-match series at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chattogram. Kuldeep Yadav took eight wickets, including a five-for in the first innings, and Cheteshwar Pujara was the star with scores of 90 and 102. After KL Rahul won the toss and chose to bat first, the guests scored 404 runs. Then, India got Bangladesh out for 150 runs, giving them a 254-run lead after the first innings.

Kuldeep Yadav had given back the numbers 5 for 40. The team led by KL Rahul ended its second innings with a score of 258 for 2. This gave Bangladesh a target of 513 runs. Shakib Al Hasan’s 84-run knock showed that he was tough, but he didn’t have any help from the other end, so India took his team out for 324. Axar Patel took four wickets during the last innings, and Kuldeep took three.

India vs. Bangladesh in the 1st Test:

Read about how India won in five days. The Indian captain, Lokesh Rahul, won the toss and chose to bat first. He and Gill got off to a good start. But Gill was out after he had scored 20 runs. At this point, the team had already scored 41 runs. As soon as Gill returned to the pavilion, Captain Rahul and Virat Kohli were also out. When the Indian team lost three wickets for 48 runs, they were in trouble. After this, Pant and Pujara took care of the Indian innings. The two batted together for 64 runs after the fourth wicket fell. Pant was also out after he had scored 46 runs.

Together, Pujara and Shreyas moved the game forward. Both did a great job at batting and reached their respective 50s. But Pujara was taken out at the end of the day before he could get to 100. He played 90 runs in an inning. Then, Akshar and Shreyas added 19 runs together, but Akshar was also out on the last ball of the day. On the first day, Bangladesh lost three wickets because of Taijul Islam. Mehdi Hasan Miraj got two outs at the same time. Khaled Ahmed made some progress. Ibadat Hasan also got rid of Shreyas Iyer, but the bails did not fall, and Shreyas stayed unbeaten.

In the first innings, Bangladesh’s team could only score 150 runs. Siraj got three wickets, and Kuldeep got five. Both Umesh and Akshar took a wicket. Bangladesh’s Player with the most runs was Mushfiqur Rahim. He hit a ball that went 28 runs. Zakir Hasan got 20 runs, Mehidy Hasan got 25, and Liton Das got 24.

On the second day of the match, Bangladesh’s team was almost out, but Mehdi Hasan saved them. But he was also out on the third day of the match, and India’s first innings gave them a lead of 254 runs. Team India could have gone after Bangladesh, but India’s captain, Lokesh Rahul, chose to bat instead.

The batsmen for Bangladesh did a great job on the fourth day of the match. Bangladesh went from 42/0 to 124 runs, thanks to Zakir Hasan and Shanto. After that, Umesh gave India its first break when he got rid of Shanto. Shortly after that, Akshar got rid of Yasir Ali. Bangladesh was in trouble when they lost their first two wickets, but Liton Das and Zakir took their innings. On the last day of the match, India needed to take four wickets to win, while Bangladesh needed to score 241 runs.

At the start of the fifth day of the match, Mohammad Siraj got rid of Mehdi Hasan, which sealed India’s victory. After that, Shakib’s aggressive batting gave the Indian bowlers a lot of trouble. Shakib hit six fours and six sixes to score 84 runs. By getting rid of Shakib, Kuldeep gave the Indian bowlers some relief. In the next over, Akshar got rid of Taijul, ensuring that India would win.

IND vs. BAN Winner of the 1st Test

India’s vice-captain Cheteshwar Pujara (90 and 102*) and batsman Shubman Gill (20 and 110) seemed like strong candidates to beat Yadav (40 and 8/113) and Shubman Gill (20 and 110) for the Player of the Match award at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium on Sunday. However, Yadav won the award at the end of the game.

After 22 months, Yadav played in a Test match for the first time. His match-winning effort will surely boost his standing among Indian spinners. Since he also played with the bat in the first innings, his batting will get a lot of attention in the future.

“I’m happy with how I did with the bat and the ball. The wicket was faster in the first innings than in the first. “In the second innings, I bowled faster,” Yadav told the host broadcaster after the match. India’s short scores are 404 and 258/2.

  • Bangladesh: 150 and 324 in 113.2 overs (Zakir Hasan 100 and Shakib Al Hasan 84; Axar Patel 4/77 and Kuldeep Yadav 3/73).