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India vs Bangladesh, Only Test, Day 3: As It Happened

Cricketnext Staff | Updated: February 11, 2017, 4:55 PM IST

One-off Test, Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad 09 - 13 February, 2019

Toss won by India (decided to bat)

India beat Bangladesh by 208 runs

Man of the Match: Virat Kohli

16:34(IST)

IT'S STUMPS IN UPPAL:

Bangladesh 322/6 at stumps on Day 3, trail India (687/6) by 365 runs.

Mushfiqur Rahim 81*, Mehedi Hasan 51* 

16:32(IST)

FOUR! Mushfiqur Rahim completes his 3000 Test runs with a bounday off Ishant Sharma.

16:29(IST)

OUCH! Rising delivery from Ishant Sharma. Mushfiqur Rahim hurts his finger. He is down in pain. 

16:25(IST)

FIFTY! Mehedi Hasan brings up his maiden TEST fifty.

He is also the youngest Bangladesh batsman to score a fifty against India in Tests.

Bangladesh 314/6

16:16(IST)

100 overs gone! This is the second time Bangladesh have batted for 100 overs in the nine Tests they have played against India.

16:05(IST)

Mushfiqur moves to 71 with a single off Jadeja towards backward point. 

Can he score a century today?

YES

NO

16:01(IST)

300 comes up for Bangladesh.

Mehedi Hasan 42*, Mushfiqur Rahim 70*.

16:00(IST)

FOUR! Mehedi Hasan comes down the track and smashes Ashwin towards deep mid wicket. What a boundary from him. 

15:53(IST)

50-run partnership comes up between Mushfiqur Rahim and Mehedi Hasan. 

Bangladesh 288/6

15:44(IST)

FOUR! Mehedi Hasan slashes it hard over the slip cordon. Magnificent attempt.

Bangladesh 284/6

15:25(IST)

FOUR! Mushfiqur uses the pace and flicks it towards backward square leg area for a beautiful boundary.

Bangladesh 267/6, trail by 420 runs

15:05(IST)

FOUR! Slashed! One bounce and four! Mehedi Hasan goes over the slip cordon. 

Bangladesh 261/6

14:58(IST)

FIFTY! 16th Test fifty for Bangladesh skipper Mushfiqur Rahim.

Bangladesh 257/6

14:52(IST)
14:15(IST)

IT'S TEA in UPPAL

Bangladesh 246/6 at tea on Day 3, trail India (687/6) by 441 runs.

Mushfiqur Rahim 47*, Mehedi Hasan 9*

14:13(IST)

FOUR! Mehedi Hasan opens the face of the bat and guides Umesh Yadav towards sweeper cover for a boundary. A shot with full of confidence.

Bangladesh 246/6 

14:12(IST)

Mehedi Hasan comes to the crease

14:00(IST)

WICKET! Ravindra Jadeja removes Sabbir Rahman for 16.

Bangladesh 235/6, trail India (687/6) by 452 runs 

13:53(IST)

Ishant Sharma is back into the attack. Can he get rid of Mushfiqur Rahim?

13:34(IST)
13:34(IST)
13:30(IST)

BIG WICKET! Ashwin ends Shakib's stay at 82.

Bangladesh 216/5, trail India (687/6) by 471 runs 

13:21(IST)

100-run partnership comes up between Shakib and Rahim. 

Shakib is batting on 80 and Rahim on 40. 

Bangladesh 210/4

13:20(IST)

FOUR! Shakib moves to 80 with a magnificent boundary off Ashwin between extra cover and long off.

Bangladesh 206/4

13:19(IST)

200 comes up for Bangladesh.

12:57(IST)

FOUR! Straight down the ground! Shakib comes forward and welcomes Ashwin with a superb boundary. 

Bangladesh 177/4

12:55(IST)

FOUR! Lovely shot! Excellent timing from Rahim. He guides Umesh Yadav towards long off boundary. The ball rolls away in a hurry.


Bangladesh 173/4, trail by 514 runs

12:53(IST)

The 50-stand comes up between Shakib and Rahim.

12:39(IST)

The 50-stand comes up between Shakib and Rahim.

12:26(IST)

FOUR! Shakib at his beat. What a timing from him. He uses the pace and send Bhuvneshwar towards deep extra cover region. 

Bangladesh 142/4

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India vs Bangladesh, Only Test, Day 3: As It Happened

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Day 2, Round-up: Virat Kohli's record double hundred and Wriddhiman Saha's career second hundred (106 not out) drove India to a mammoth total of 687-6 declared in their first innings against Bangladesh on the second's day's play. In reply, Bangladesh scored 41/1 by the end of play.

Kohli, resuming the day at a personal score of 111, became the first batsman to score double hundreds in four consecutive Test cricket series, surpassing the record set by Australian legend Don Bradman (1930-32) and compatriot Rahul Dravid (2003-4).

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RankTeamPointsRating
1 India 3631 113
2 New Zealand 2547 111
3 South Africa 2917 108
4 England 3663 105
5 Australia 2640 98
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