Azhar Ali reaches to his fifty on a rain-affected day 2

Continuous downpour and wet outfield guaranteed just 6.2 overs were bowled throughout Day 2 of the second Test among Pakistan and Bangladesh in Dhaka. In the overhauled second meeting, the guests had advanced to 188 for 2 – Babar Azam (71) and Azhar Ali (52) sewed an unbeaten 118-run stand – before the sky indeed opened up.

In the short time of play that was conceivable, Azhar broke several pulls off Ebadot Hossain and arrived at his fifty with the second of those two shots. Babar too attempted a conveniently played look off Khaled Ahmed. Exactly when the pair looked set to accumulate an enormous association, the downpour played spoilsport. At around 15.00 nearby time, the umpires canceled the day’s play. When the umpires settled on the choice that there was no way of continuing play for the afternoon, there were puddles on the ground and the light also wasn’t extraordinary.

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Bangladesh allrounder Shakib Al Hasan sliding on the downpour water splashed covers was effectively the feature of the day. December is by and large the beginning of the dry season with January ending up being the driest in Dhaka. Tragically, the subsequent Test has as of now been impacted by nasty climate with just 63.2 overs being bowled up to this point. The upcoming climate estimate isn’t extraordinary by the same token.

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