Bangladesh vs Pakistan, 2nd test, day 5 in Dhaka, live cricket score and updates
Bangladesh will make every effort to avoid succession if they battle a dominant Pakistan on the final day of the second test in Dhaka. You were on the stumps on day 76/7 and were 224 runs behind. Shakib Al Hasan was unbeaten next to Taijul Islam (0) on Stubfen with 23, while Bangladesh still needed 25 runs to avoid connecting.
Offspinner Sajid Khan picked up the best 6-35 of his career on Tuesday when Pakistan reduced Bangladesh to 76-7, creating a glimmer of hope to force a result in Tuesday's second and final test.
Rain and poor light consumed most of the game, with only 63.2 overs possible in the past three days. After the third day washed out, Pakistan resumed the fourth day from 188: 2 a.m. and declared at 300: 4 a.m. after lunch. Then the weirdos Sajid and Nauman Ali got to work until stumps was called an hour earlier because of poor light.
With insufficient light to allow in anything more than fast-paced bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi, Sajid and Nauman bowled relentlessly in a desperate attempt to win the rain-struck game.
Nauman got a little lucky and ended up without a wicket, but he gave in the control that allowed Sajid to rip his way through the occupation of Bangladesh. Sajid fired everyone except skipper Mominul Haque, who was knocked out for 1 by a direct hit from Hasan Ali at the time.
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Opener Mahmudul Hasan Joy got a duck on his debut after stabbing a flying delivery to slip, and opening partner Shadman Islam was baffled by an additional jump. Mominul was empty and Bangladesh went to tea at 22: 3. Seasoned batsman Mushfiqur Rahim deepened the crisis by playing a slog sweep to give away his wicket for 5.
Liton Das, who hit 114 and 59 in the first Test, was on 6 when attacking Sajid while Mehidy Hasan was thrown for a duck while trying to sweep a ship that was spinning sharply. After a delayed start due to early morning rain and a wet outfield, Pakistan quickly scored a goal to put pressure on Bangladesh.