On the fifth day, Bangladesh cricketers gathered in the pavilion in a single hour: Akshar Patel took four wickets
Chittagong, in the history of Test cricket, several more records have been broken in the name of Team India today. Because, today team India has won the first match of Test cricket series against Bangladesh.
India has defeated Bangladesh by a margin of 188 runs in this match. Team India has won the first match of the Test series against Bangladesh by 188 runs. With this win, the Indian team has taken a 1-0 lead in the two-match series. India bowled out Bangladesh for 324 runs in the fourth innings in Chattogram on Sunday.
Ibadat Hussain fell prey to Kuldeep without opening an account. He was caught out by Shreyas Iyer. Earlier, Shakib (84) got out after completing his 30th Test half-century. He was bowled by Kuldeep Yadav. Before Shakib, Mehdi Hasan Miraj got out after scoring 13 runs. He was caught out by Mohammad Siraj by Umesh Yadav.
On the last day, Mohammad Siraj got the first success of the day by getting Mehdi Hasan Miraj caught by Umesh Yadav. After which Kuldeep has bowled the Bangladeshi captain who completed his half century. In the same over, Kuldeep also dismissed Ibadat Hussain for a wicket.
Akshar Patel took the last remaining wicket as he bowled Taijul Islam. For India, Akshar Patel has taken four wickets and Kuldeep Yadav has taken three wickets. Mohammad Siraj, Umesh Yadav and Ravichandran Ashwin got 1 wicket each.
Notably, Zakir Hasan scored a century in his debut Test for Bangladesh on the fourth day of play. He became the fourth Bangladeshi batsman to score a century on debut. Najmul Hasan Shanto played an innings of 67 runs. Hasan and Shanto put on 124 runs for the first wicket.
Both of them made Team India wait for 46 overs for the first wicket. In this test match, India scored 404 runs in its first innings. In response, Bangladesh’s first innings ended in 150 runs. After this, Team India declared the second innings at the score of 258/2 and gave the host team a target of 513 runs.