Abid Ali and debutant Abdullah Shafique batted out very nearly two meetings to put Pakistan ahead in the game after Bangladesh were bowled out for 330 on Day 2 on Saturday (November 27).
Liton Das couldn’t add a lot to his short-term score as Hasan Ali represented him. The bowler struck again to eliminate Yasir Ali and Bangladesh were six down ahead of schedule. The body pass up Faheen Ashraf who scratched off Mushfiqur Rahim, who thusly missed the mark concerning his ton by 9 runs.
The tail swayed a little for Bangladesh after the flight of Rahim as Mehidy Hasan attempted to hold post from one end yet the allrounder was left abandoned on 38. Hasan Ali was the go-to man and he returned and got the last two wickets. His fifer had given the benefit to Pakistan as Bangladesh had begun the day at 253 for 4 and could add just 77 as the excess wickets fell pretty economically.
Pakistan openers then, at that point, went into a rebellious mode and guaranteed Bangladesh never had a sniff at getting a wicket. Debutant Abdullah Shafique was put under some tension and endure a noisy LBW bid. Bangladesh didn’t settle on the audit and were passed on to lament the main possibility that they made. Not even half odds were made after that as the openers managed twist and crease in a comparative proficient way.
Bangladesh pacers had gotten going with the new ball however scarcely made an impression. Taijul created that incidental great ball and kept it tight however Pakistan openers had everything taken care of. Mehidy didn’t make sufficient tension as the runs came at a respectable speed.
Abid Ali, then again, kept aggregating runs at his own speed and was just seven shy of a ton before the day’s over. Abdullah likewise shed his restraints as the innings came and got to his lady Test fifty with a six.
Bangladesh could be on a cowhide chase on Day 3 on the off chance that they don’t get early wickets as this Pakistan line up guarantees abilities just as profundity. The wicket is still evident and ought to be useful for run-production on the third day as well.
Brief Scores : Bangladesh 330/10 (Liton Das 114, M Rahim 91; Hasan Ali 5-51) trail Pakistan 145/0 (Abid Ali 93*, Abdullah Shafique 52*) by 185 runs