Mohammed Siraj

The Indian cricket group completed the second day of the essential Test against Bangladesh in Chattogram on a pleasing circumstance on Thursday. In reply to India’s most significant innings outright of 404, the hosts came to 133/8 at stumps on the resulting day. There were a few sledging events too with one including Siraj and Bangladesh’s Litton Das taking the spotlight. It happened in the fourteenth over of Bangladesh’s innings during the last gathering of the day.

Litton Das was on 24 and had not scored a disagreement the third gathering till that point. Siraj right after bowling the fundamental heap of the fourteenth over moved toward Litton and let him in on something. To Siraj’s sledging, Das boldly hailed that he didn’t hear anything while simultaneously walking around the India pacer. The umpire interceded as sent Siraj away. On the very next ball, Siraj bowled Das with a movement that squeezed back in. The pacer celebrated with excitement and Virat Kohli unnecessarily took part by approving the exceptionally bold movement that Litton did.

Earlier, India were all out in the ensuing gathering following adding 126 rushes to their transient 278-6, with Bangladeshi off-spinner Mehidy completely finishing 4-112 and left-arm spinner Taijul taking 4-133.

Ravichandran Ashwin provoked Bangladesh’s attack to hit 58, the third 50 years in the India innings after Cheteshwar Pujara’s 90 and Shreyas Iyer’s 86

Ashwin got significant assistance from Kuldeep Yadav (40) as the group added 92 runs for the eighth wicket. Iyer progressed forward with 82 anyway missed 100 as Ebadot flabbergasted him in the eighth of the morning.