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India vs Bangladesh, 1st Test Match at Indore, Day 2, Highlights: As it happened

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1st Test test, Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore, 3rd Day, 3rd Session


1st INN


(58.3) RR 2.56

2nd INN

213 /10

(69.2) 3.07

Bangladesh Mominul Haque (C)
India beat Bangladesh by an innings and 130 runs
India Virat Kohli (C)


1st INN


(114.0) RR 4.32


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17:04 (IST)

Big 11 run over to end things on the second day here at Indore. A couple of boundaries to Jadeja, but none to Umesh in the final over. It's unlikely that India will bat tomorrow as they finish the day with a lead of 343 and a score of 493/6. 

16:57 (IST)

Four! Jadeja's driven one through extra cover crisply, inside out for four more to make the score 486. That means that's 400 runs for India today and counting. 

16:55 (IST)

50! In the midst of all that Jadeja has knocked it down to third man and completed his half century and then pulled out the sword celebration. India are 482/6 and motoring along at good speed. 

16:54 (IST)

SIX and SIX! All muscle from Umesh Yadav! Good length delivery from Ebadot goes straight back over his head for a maximum. And then that's followed up another powerful hit to fine leg for another maximum. The Indian team are out on the balcony and enjoying this show. 

16:50 (IST)

Umesh Yadav's been told "See ball. Hit ball." And he's doing exactly that, he's clobbered Jayed for another four and taken two more of a miscued shot. India move onto 467/6 with a lead of 317 runs. 

16:47 (IST)

SIX! Umesh Yadav has come in and first ball picked it up off his pads and over long leg into the crowd for six more. 

16:41 (IST)

OUT! Ebadot gets his wicket in his 30th over. Wriddhiman Saha cleaned up as he was looking to work it to the leg side. India are 454/6. 

16:35 (IST)

Four and Four! Saha has joined the party too, first a crisp sweep through square leg and then a deft late cute past first slip for another four. Hasan would not have enjoyed watching that. India are 450/5 and the lead is at 300 runs. 

16:33 (IST)

SIX! Huuge! Jadeja is looking to break free and it's a proper hammering through cow corner into the second tier. Massive hit. 

16:32 (IST)

Mahmadullah completes a good over, after a while for Bangladesh. Just the single to Jadeja as India move onto  435/5. Bangladesh will no doubt look for a wicket before stumps. At least one more if not two. 

16:28 (IST)

Wriddhiman Saha joins Jadeja in the middle and picks off two runs to get off the mark. THe two of them will look to ensure they keep the runs flowing till stumps. India are 434/5. 

16:25 (IST)

OUT! Mayank Agarwal goes for a slog sweep and a good catch by Jayed ends his innings. Hasan finally gets his man as Agarwal departs for 243. India are 432/5 with a lead of 282. 

16:24 (IST)

SIX! Looks like Mayank Agarwal's taken Virat Kohli's orders very seriously and he's hammered Hasan over long off for his 8th maximum. 

16:22 (IST)

Another tired over from Taijul which costs Bangladesh 12 runs. Jadeja is now collecting boundaries for fun too. India are 426/4 and Agarwal is on 237. 

16:18 (IST)

Agarwal and Jadeja are are having a fun time here in the final hour of the day. First Jadeja flicks Mahmudullah to the fine leg boundary and after that Agarwal has collected yet another six over the bowler's head. India are 414/4. 

16:14 (IST)

Seven runs of the Taijul over with Jadeja joining the six hitting party now, steps out and whack over long on and into the crowd. India are 403/4. 

16:11 (IST)

Mahmudullah has an expensive 12 run over and sloppy fielding did not help. Two cover drives, one crisp as ever and one through the fielder gives Agarwal eight runs while another straight drive fetches him two more. Fantastic batting from the opener who's moved onto 230* 

16:06 (IST)

SIX! Agarwal steps out and does not time the hit to midwicket but it is powerful enough to go over the ropes. He's full of confidence right now. India are 384/4. 

16:03 (IST)

Eight runs this time of Ebadot's over. Mayank Agarwal starts the over with a pull through midwicket for four runs before finding himself three more in the next few deliveries. Jadeja takes a single of the final ball to take India to 376/4. 

15:59 (IST)

Three singles between Jadeja and Agarwal from the Taijul Islam over. India move onto 368/4 and the lead progresses to 218. Agarwal is look to put his foot on the pedal now. 

India vs Bangladesh, 1st Test Match at Indore, Day 2, Highlights: As it happened

IND vs BAN 1st Test LATEST UPDATE: Big 11 run over to end things on the second day here at Indore. A couple of boundaries to Jadeja, but none to Umesh in the final over. It's unlikely that India will bat tomorrow as they finish the day with a lead of 343 and a score of 493/6.

Day 1 Report: India's pace bowlers were at their best as they helped the home team seize control of the first Test against an insipid Bangladesh side on the first day at Indore on Thursday (November 14).

On a track that was bouncier than usual, Bangladesh were bundled out for 150 in 58.3 overs, lasting for a little over two sessions as they struggled to get to terms with an Indian attack in fine form.

In response, India ended the day at 86 for 1 in 26 overs with only opener Rohit Sharma (6) getting dismissed by Abu Jayed.

A notable aspect of the Indian innings was Cheteshwar Pujara (46*) outscoring the more flamboyant Mayank Agarwal (37*) during their unbroken 72-run stand, leaving ominous signs for the four-man Bangladesh attack.

The first day's proceedings starkly highlighted the gulf between world's No.1 and No.9 Test sides.

Umesh Yadav (2/47 in 14.3 overs), Ishant Sharma (2/20 in 12 overs) and Mohammed Shami (3/27 in 12 overs) made life difficult for a team whose batsmen lacked both in technique and temperament.

A luckless Ravichandran Ashwin (2/43 in 16 overs), let down by Ajinkya Rahane in the slips cordon, also had a couple of clean-bowled dismissals in his kitty in the post-lunch session.

The three Indian pacers consistently bowled at 140 kmph, with seam, swing and bounce making life miserable for Bangladeshi batsmen.

Each of the three displayed different qualities and it was evident from the manner of dismissals.

Ishant's bowling was about disconcerting bounce from length that had opener Shadman Islam caught behind and the occasional fuller delivery holding its line that forced Liton Das to edge one to Virat Kohli in the slips.

For Umesh, it started with brisk pace and getting it to seam into other opener Imrul Kayes and making him expect more incoming deliveries. Just when Kayes was getting used to a pattern, Umesh produced away going deliveries for the left-hander, squaring him up and the edge flew to slips.

He again came in the post-tea session during which the tailenders looked scared, retreating towards square leg in fear of getting hurt.

Mohammed Shami, probably the craftiest among the contemporary Indian pacers, showed there is no one better when it comes to getting reverse swing with 50-over old SG Test ball.

Mushfiqur Rahim (43), Bangladesh's top scorer, who led a charmed life and was dropped twice, didn't have a clue when one swung back to knock the stumps back after he was beaten by away going deliveries.

The next one by Shami swung even more as Mehidy Hasan Miraj (0) was adjudged leg-before although a DRS call could have saved him had he opted for one.

In the first session, Shami had dismissed Mohammed Mithun with conventional inswing.

Even without Jasprit Bumrah, who is nursing a stress fracture, the unit looked so formidable that one could sympathise with Bangladeshi batsmen facing their combined might.

They attacked relentlessly and it didn't matter that India weren't exactly having a great day as far as slip catching was concerned. Umesh could have got Mushfiqur early had Kohli latched on to one in the third slip.

Ashwin had both Mushfiqur and Mahmudullah Riyad dropped by Rahane at first slip.

It didn't cost the team much but the frustrated bowler then decided that breaching the defence was the best option as Mominul Haque (36) and Mahmudullah were dismissed due to poor judgement and shot selection respectively.

First he angled one to left-hander Mominul, who thought it will be a conventional off-break and decided to leave the delivery.

To his horror, it came in with the angle to peg the off-stump back.

Mahmudullah was lucky when Rahane dropped a regulation catch at slips but a rank bad shot brought about his downfall.

The right-hander tried to sweep Ashwin from outside the off-stump and in the process was bowled round the legs, leaving all three stumps exposed.

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