Rawalpindi Test; Bangladesh need 65 more runs to avoid loss of innings


  Rawalpindi: In reply to Pakistan’s 445 runs, Bangladesh are also struggling in the second innings and have lost 7 wickets so far.
  In the first Test match against Bangladesh in Rawalpindi, Bangladesh were out for 233 in their first innings. In response to that, the guest team’s batting line is in trouble.
  On the fourth day of the Test match Bangladesh started their unbeaten innings with 126 runs for loss of 6 wickets, Shaheen Shah Afridi sent Bangladeshi captain Mominul Haq back to Pavilion at the beginning. He played 41 runs. ۔
  Naseem Shah bowled brilliantly from Pakistan and got 4 wickets in his first hat-trick of career while Yasir Shah took 2 wickets.
  Naseem turned the match on his head as he accounted for the wickets of Najmul Hossain Shanto (38), Taijul Islam (0) and Mahmudullah (0) after he recalled the attack by Pakistan captain Azhar Ali in the final minutes. of the evening session. #PAKvBAN
  – Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) February 10, 2020
  In the second innings, the national team is the top scorer with Prime Minister 143, Sean Masood 100, Harris Sohail 75 and Asad Shafiq 65, while Bangladesh’s Rubel Hussain and Abujaid took 3 wickets.
  Rawalpindi was a memorable day for Pakistan on the third day of the test, in which Naseem Shah honored the youngest bowler in the world for a hat-trick in Test cricket. Another young national bowler, Mohammad Hassanin, has already been named the youngest bowler to hit the world hat-trick in T20 cricket.
  Youngest bowler Youngest bowler T20I hat-trick Test hat-trick @MHasnainPak @iNaseemShah liFpIsLnN4
  – Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) February 9, 2020


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