New Delhi: Axar Patel and Kuldeep Yadav wrapped up Bangladesh’s tail to offer India an emphatic 188-run win within the first check of the two-match sequence right here at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chattogram.
India moved to the third spot within the ICC World Take a look at Championship desk with this win as Bangladesh succumbed to the good blowing of India’s spinners dropping their 4 wickets inside an hour of the primary session of the fifth day.
The spin duo of Axar Patel and Kuldeep Yadav accounted for seven wickets to dismantle the hosts. Axar scalped 4 wickets whereas Kuldeep bagged three to take his tally to eight for the match.
Bangladesh resumed their inning at 272/6 with Mehidy Hasan Miraz (9) and Shakin Al Hasan (40) on the crease for the hosts. Issues had been off to a optimistic begin for Bangladesh as Mehidy drove Mohammed Siraj by the covers within the first over of the day whereas Shakib slog-swept Axar Patel for a six from the other finish.
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Nevertheless, the hosts had been bowed out for 324 runs because the Indian bowlers took simply 11.2 overs to wrap up the second inning. Mehidy sliced one to backward level after failing to swat Siraj on the up. Shakib attacked the Indian spinners and smashed a barrage of boundaries earlier than being despatched out for 84 by Kuldeep Yadav.
The chinaman eliminated Ebadot Hossain in his subsequent over whereas Axar castled Taijul Islam to offer India a 1-0 lead within the sequence, bolstering their probabilities of a spot within the World Take a look at Championship closing.
Earlier, India struck three extra occasions within the closing session of the fourth day of the match, leaving the hosts struggling at 272/6 on the finish of the day’s play, with 241 extra runs required to win with solely 4 wickets in hand.
On the finish of the play, Shakib al Hasan (40*) and Mehidy Hasan Miraz (9*) had been unbeaten for Bangladesh.
Kuldeep Yadav was declared the participant of the match for his eight wickets and his priceless knock of 40 runs within the first inning.
Temporary Scores: Bangladesh 150 and 324 (Zakir Hasan 100, Shakib Al Hasan 84, Axar Patel 4-77) vs India 404 and 258/2 declared (Shubman Gill 110, Cheteshwar Pujara 102*, Khaled Ahmed 1/51).