Chattogram, December 17

Seasoned Axar Patel upped the ante with a triple strike simply when it mattered As a Outcome of the Indian bowlers compensated for an insipid first session by reducing Bangladesh to 272/6 and closed in on An monumental victory Inside the opening Look at right here right now.

Dehoweverant Zakir Hasan (100 off 224 balls) confirmed A lot of character by scoring a affected person hundred, however saving the match by batting out almost 180 overs in two days was On A daily basis going to be an uphill process wright hereas chasing a goal of 513.

Bangladesh want 241 runs on The final day tomorrow however skipper Shakib Al Hasan (40 batting) Can be extra eager on delaying the inevitable.

While Hasan and his youthful opening companion Najmul Hossain Shanto (67) irritated the Indian bowers for A complete session and added a doc 124 for The primary wicket, the visitors hit again Inside the second session to regain administration of the proceedings.

Patel, who bagged three wickets, starred for the Indian assault contemplating that the Day 4 wicket didn’t have Tons To current for spinners.

“Batting was turning into straightforward. But we didn’t give away freebies. It’s As a Outcome of of our good bowling Inside The primary session, we have been rewarded Inside The subsequent two durations,” India’s bowling coach Paras Mhambrey said. — PTI


India 1st innings 404

Bangladesh 1st innings 150

India 2nd innings 258/2 decl

Bangladesh 2nd innings

N Shanto c Pant b U Yadav 67

Z Hasan c Kohli b Ashwin 100

Y Ali b Patel 5

L Das c U Yadav b K Yadav 19

M Rahim b Patel 23

S Hasan not out 40

N Hasan st Pant b Patel 3

M Miraz not out 9

Extras: (b 4, lb 1, nb 1) 6

Complete: (6 wickets, 102 overs) 272

FOW: 1-124, 2-131, 3-173, 4-208, 5-234, 6-238

Bowling O M R W

Mohammed Siraj 15 3 46 0

Umesh Yadav 15 3 27 1

Ravichandran Ashwin 27 3 75 1

Axar Patel 27 10 50 3

Kuldeep Yadav 18 2 69 1

Aussies seal collection

Mumbai: Australia registered a collection-clinching seven-run win over India Inside the fourth women’s T20I right here right now. Chasing 189, India ended at 181/5 with captain Harmanpreet Kaur scoring 46 off 30 balls. Earlier, Ellyse Perry scored 72 wright hereas Ashleigh Gardner contrihowevered 42.

Short-term scores: Aus: 188/3 (Perry 72*; Sharma 2/35); India: 181/5 (Kaur 46*; Gardner 2/20).



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