No play happened as Rain washes out day 3 in Dhaka

Downpour indeed played spoilsport in Dhaka, as Day 3 of the second Test among Bangladesh and Pakistan was cleaned out without a solitary ball being bowled. Just 63.2 overs have been bowled in this Test up until this point, with Babar Azam and Azhar Ali indenting up unbeaten fifties to control Pakistan to 188 for 2.

Weighty rains additionally implied that the players from the two sides didn’t leave their inns. It just so happens, the arena brags of a cutting edge waste framework – PVC pipes have been fitted, and it has been loaded up with rock chips followed by sand and grass. Notwithstanding, with relentless downpour lashing Dhaka, it generally seemed like the groundsmen were taking on a losing conflict on Day 3. The downpours are a consequence of tornado ‘Jawad’ which has moved a north-northwesterly way – according to the Bangladesh Meteorological Department.

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The one silver lining is, according to the climate gauge, it is set to get more brilliant tomorrow, with Day 4 booked to begin at 9.30 AM nearby. Pakistan lead the two-match Test series 1-0 subsequent to fixing an eight-wicket triumph in the initial Test in Chattogram.

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