The pendulum swung pretty quickly however the Chattogram Test kept on remaining yet to be determined as both Bangladesh and Pakistan battled for some sort of command. Bangladesh had the high ground in the wake of taking a 44-run first-innings lead yet were decreased to 39 for 4 at stumps on day three by Shaheen Afridi. The pacer sacked three wickets and guaranteed Bangladesh’s lead was only 83 heading into the fourth day.
Taijul Islam was the star of the day as his 7 for 116 killed Pakistan for 286 after they began the day on 145 for no misfortune. In the 19 overs that followed post that, Pakistan guaranteed they had the option to kill any benefit the hosts had. After a positive beginning, Shadman Islam was excused lbw by Afridi in the fifth over. Najmul Hossain Shanto packed away a two-ball duck to give Pakistan simply the beginning they were expecting. Bangladesh skipper Mominul Haque excessively neglected to open his record and tumbled to Hasan Ali as Bangladesh were left reeling at 15 for 3.
Afridi imprinted Bangladesh significantly further when he had Saif Hassan gotten and bowled for 18 off 32 as the hosts slipped to 25 for 4. Mushfiqur Rahim and Yasir Ali played out 53 conveyances during their unbeaten remain of 14 to keep Bangladesh in the game and the hosts will trust they can organize a rebound like the principal innings.
Pakistan, notwithstanding, will be baffled with the manner in which the batting unit performed on the day. Abid Ali scored a century – his fourth in Tests – however the guests lost 6 for 83 in the subsequent meeting to surrender a lead. Taijul set the vibe promptly in the day when he excused Abdullah Shafique and Azhar Ali on sequential conveyances in the opening over of the day. Babar Azam played out the full go-around conveyance and was engaged with a short organization with Ali as the guests hoped to consistent things. Ali held one end up yet lost both Babar and Fawad Alam from the opposite finish to go into the mid-day break at 203 for 4.
It was Ebadot Hossain who begun the parade in the second meeting with the wicket of Mohammad Rizwan. Be that as it may, the essential passes up Taijul. In the 94th over, the left-arm spinner caught Ali in front after the opener had scored 133 off 282. At 217 for 6, Pakistan were at risk for yielding a considerably greater lead and things went from terrible to more regrettable as Taijul finished his five-wicket pull with the scalp of Hasan Ali.
Sajid Khan and Nauman Ali also couldn’t come together for Faheem Ashraf as the guests were decreased to 257 for 9. Ashraf and Shaheen Afridi did well to baffle Bangladesh and decrease the shortage during the 72-ball stay where they scored 29.
Brief Scores: Bangladesh 330 (Liton Das 114; Hasan Ali 5-51) & 39/4 (Shaheen Afridi 3-6) lead Pakistan 286 (Abid Ali 133; Taijul Islam 7-116) by 83 runs.