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IND vs BAN: Fourth day’s play ends, India four steps away from victory, Bangladeshi batsmen test Indian bowlers

Axar Patel celebrates

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The fifth day’s play will begin on Sunday. On the fifth day, Bangladesh would need 241 runs to win. At the same time, India would like to win this match by getting 4 wickets. Captain Shakib Al Hasan is currently unbeaten on 40 runs from Bangladesh.

The fourth day of the first Test match between India and Bangladesh has come to an end. By the end of the fourth day’s play, Bangladesh team had scored 272 runs in the second innings. Bangladesh need 241 runs to win this test match. Also India need only four wickets. Chasing a mammoth target of 513 runs, the Bangladesh team has batted brilliantly so far. Indian bowlers were seen struggling in front of Bangladesh batsmen. Bangladesh’s first wicket fell on a score of 124 runs. Even after this, there have definitely been small partnerships between the Bangladesh batsmen. Indian bowlers were strongly faced by Bangladesh batsmen. This is the reason that even in the fourth innings, the Bangladesh team has scored 272 runs so far.

The fifth day’s play will begin on Sunday. On the fifth day, Bangladesh would need 241 runs to win. At the same time, India would like to win this match by getting 4 wickets. Captain Shakib Al Hasan is currently unbeaten on 40 runs from Bangladesh. He has faced 69 balls in which he has scored 3 fours and two sixes. At the same time, Mehndi Hasan Miraj has scored 9 runs in 40 balls. Umesh Yadav has got a breakthrough from India. A Ravichandran Ashwin and Kuldeep Yadav have also got a success. Three successes have gone to the hands of Akshar Patel. Let us tell you that after getting a huge lead in the first innings, India had declared its second innings at a score of 258 runs. After this, Bangladesh got a huge target of 513 runs.

Opener Zakir Hasan scored a century in his Test debut. Mehidy Hasan Miraj was playing on nine with him when the stumps were uprooted. Zakir held one end in the first two sessions but lost his concentration after completing a century early in the third session. He became the fourth Bangladeshi batsman to score a century on his Test debut with a four off Akshar Patel. Before him, Aminul Islam, Mohammad Ashraful and Abul Hasan had achieved this feat. Aminul did this feat against India. But in Ashwin’s next over, the ball took the inside edge of Zakir’s bat and hit the pad and bounced in the air, which Virat Kohli did not make any mistake in catching.

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