The Tigers have crushed the Windies in Rahi’s violence

Tiger pacer Abu Zayed Rahi celebrates the fall of the Windies (Photo: Collected)

The fourth day of the Dhaka Test started on Sunday (February 14). The visiting West Indies went down to bat in their second innings. West Indies lost three wickets yesterday. Bangladesh have already taken three more wickets in this morning’s session.

Fast bowler Abu Zayed Rahi took two wickets on the day. Another one was taken by Taizul Islam.

At the time of writing, the West Indies had scored 96 runs for the loss of six wickets. At the end of the first innings, they were in the lead of 113 runs.

Rahi did not allow unbeaten batsman Jomel Warikan to go far at the end of the day. He came to bowl in the fifth over of the day and trapped Warikan in lbw. This batsman returned with 2 runs.

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Kyle Myers also became lbw with Rahir for 72 runs. He was not spared even with the review. This batsman who scored a double century in Chittagong Test has scored 8 runs.

The last match of the two-match Test series between Bangladesh and the West Indies started at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur on Thursday.

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The Caribbeans won the toss and elected to bat first. They were all out for 409 in the first innings. Later, Bangladesh were bowled out for 296 in the first innings.


Source: ODHIKAR by www.odhikar.news.

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