Babar Azam-Azahar Ali did not have to struggle to win the fifth day in Chittagong on Tuesday (November 30). Pakistan won the first Test by 6 wickets. He lost 2 wickets in 56.3 overs and reached the port of victory.
Besides, Pakistan openers Abid Ali and Abdullah Shafiq made a good start with the bat on the fifth day.
However, Tiger spinner Mehedi Hasan Miraj did not allow them to go far. He returned Abdullah Safiq to the dressing room for 151 runs. The Pakistan opener trailed Miraj’s LB for 63 off 129 balls. After that, Taizul dismissed Abid for 161 runs. He scored 91 runs.
Earlier, in the Chittagong Test on Monday (November 29), Bangladesh were bowled out for 156 in 56.2 overs in their second innings. As a result, the Tigers gave a target of 202 runs to the visiting Pakistan. In response, Pakistan fought well with the bat. At the end of the fourth day, the visitors scored 109 runs.
Last Friday (November 26), the Tigers lost all their wickets in 114.4 overs and scored 330 runs on the first day. Pakistan were bowled out for 28 in their first innings. After that Mominul Bahini could not make a good start in their second innings. Pakistan’s left-arm pacer Shaheen Afridi hit a pair to put the hosts in trouble. In the fifth over, opener Sadman Islam and Nazmul Hossain Shant returned to the dressing room with three balls to spare. In the next over, captain Mominul Haque increased the danger of the team by falling victim to right-arm pacer Hasan Ali.
Then Mushfiqur-Yasir took the helm of the team. The Tigers finished the third day with a 63-run lead in the second innings. On the fourth day, Monday (November 29), the experienced Mushfiqur hit four off the first ball of Hasan Ali. But Mushfiqur returned to the dressing room after being bowled in the third ball with one ball dot. He scored 16 off 33 balls. Liton-Yasir then took the helm of the team. They were showing the possibility of a big pair. But then Yasir got hit in the head by Shaheen Afridi’s short ball. He made 36 off 72 balls with the help of 6 fours. Then Mehdi Hasan Miraj came to the crease. He was a good companion to Liton. But Miraj became lbw in Sajid Khan’s whirl. The umpire responded strongly. Mirage took the review, but to no avail. Miraj scored 11 runs off 44 balls.
Then Yasir’s concussion substitute Nurul Hasan Sohan came to bat. However, on the fourth day, Liton Das is batting quite vigorously in the second innings. With that, he has picked up the tenth half century in his Test career. Liton made 50 off 63 balls with six fours.
Earlier, he made 114 in the first innings of the Chittagong Test against Pakistan. Half-century gave the team a 200-run lead. In the end, Shaheen Shah Afridi got out as lbw. Liton scored 59 off 69 balls. Abu Zayed Rahi returned with a catch behind the wicket after two balls.
Pakistan bowler Afridi took 5 wickets.
R-K / D-HA
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