India VS Bangladesh

Openers KL Rahul and Shubman Gill have begun a careful note as India’s lead over Bangladesh has crossed 270 on the third day of the continuous first Test match at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Arena, Chattogram. Prior, Kuldeep Yadav enrolled figures of 5 for 40 as India packaged out Bangladesh for 150 runs. Mohammed Siraj likewise sparkled with the ball, scalping three for 20 as India acquired a first-innings lead of 254 runs. India had scored 404 runs with Cheteshwar Pujara (90) and Shreyas Iyer (86) being the top run-getters in their most memorable innings. Substitute India captain KL Rahul had won the throw and selected to bat first versus Bangladesh.

That was an outright Jaffa from Taijul Islam! It was pitched around great length region. The ball was calculated into Shubman Gill, yet turned violently in the wake of pitching and missed the edge of his bat. To conveyances like these, you want karma to get by and Gill was fortunate this time.

Shubman Gill had missed the wad of Taijul Islam. The ball had hit his front cushion and umpire was persuaded with the allure. Gill chose to go higher up and the choice ended up being a decent one as ball following proposed that it would have missed the leg stump.