India set themselves a goal of 145 to win the second and final Test after dismissing Bangladesh for 231 in their second innings on day 3. Bangladesh lost their final three wickets in the post-lunch session, including Litton Das (73), Taijul Islam (1), and Khaled Ahmed (4). On the third day, Das had sparked Bangladesh’s comeback with seven fours in his 98-ball innings. Zakir Hasan (51) was taken out by India’s Umesh Yadav (1/32) just after the dangerous southpaw reached fifty, and Mehidy Hasan Miraz (0) and Nurul Hasan were both taken out by Axar Patel (3/58). (31). India scored 188 runs to win the opening Test. Get real-time cricket score updates for the second Test match between Bangladesh and India.
India was 45 for four at stumps on day three of the second and final Test against Bangladesh, needing 145 to win. KL Rahul (2), Cheteshwar Pujara (6), Shubman Gill (7), and Virat Kohli, the team’s captain, were all dismissed (1). Jaydev Unadkat (3) was accompanying Axar Patel at the stumps (26). Earlier, India set Bangladesh a target of 145 after dismissing them for 231 in their second innings. On the third day, Litton Das (73) spearheaded Bangladesh’s comeback with seven fours in his 98-ball innings. In the first session, India’s Umesh Yadav (1/32) removed the dangerous Zakir Hasan (51) soon after the southpaw reached fifty, while in the second session, Axar (3/58) eliminated Mehidy Hasan Miraz (0) and Nurul Hasan (31). India won the first Test by 188 runs.