The fate of the Dhaka Test is tilting like a pendulum on a clock. Tamim Iqbal and Soumya Sarkar got off to a good start in the opening match. After the departure of the majestic government, Tamim Iqbal left with a half-century. At the moment, the Tigers are under pressure after losing 2 wickets for 75 runs.
Marquette opener Tamim Iqbal could not do justice to his name in the first match of the two-match Test series against the Indies at home in Chittagong. After Sagarika scored 9 runs in the first innings, Tamim Iqbal returned to the dressing room with zero runs in the second innings. Though the Chittagong spectators did not see a run in Tamim’s bat, the opener was able to do justice to his name in the Dhaka Test. The Windies, who scored 409 in the first innings of the Dhaka Test, were bowled out for 116 in the second innings by the Tigers.
Batting on the target of 230 runs, the Tigers lost 2 wickets and collected 85 runs. Though Soumya Sarkar returned with 13 runs, Tamim Iqbal picked up the 26th century of his Test career with the bat. So far in 72 Tests, he has scored 9 centuries and 26 half-centuries. Tamim Iqbal completed his half century with the help of 9 fours from 44 balls. Muminul Haque and Nazmul Hossain Shant are working to keep the run wheel of Bangladesh running at the moment.
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