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Chittagong Test Day 2: Sri Lanka at 411 for 5 at midday break

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Bangladesh got 1 wicket in the first session

The weather in Chittagong has been cloudy since morning. Some places of the city also received drizzle. The second day’s play began amid cloudy weather at the Zahoor Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium. Pacers will use the conditions to break through in the morning session, such was the plan. But it didn’t happen. The first wicket of the day came off the bowling of Shakib Al Hasan.

He stopped Dinesh Chandimal’s fifty for 59 runs. Bangladesh’s only success in the first session was this one wicket. Captain Dhananjaya de Silva took Sri Lanka’s run to four hundred with a fifty. Sri Lanka started the day at 314 for 4 and ended the first session with 411 for 5. Dhananjaya is playing on 70 runs, Kamindu Mendis is unbeaten on 17 runs.


Shakibershamsul Haque is the only wicket before lunch

At the beginning of the day, the two pacers of the Bangladesh team Hasan Mahmud and Khaled Ahmed bowled well but did not get wickets. But did not see the wicket. He got an edge twice but it fell in front of the slip fielder. Then Chandimal was cut behind by Shakib in the 106th over. He scored 59 runs off 104 balls before getting out. Despite losing wickets, Dhananjaya and Mendis maintained the pace of runs.


Shakib brought the break through

Shakib Al Hasan took Bangladesh’s first wicket of the day. Dinesh Chandimal, who scored 59 off 104 balls, returned with a catch to Liton Das, who got the wicket of his full length delivery outside the off stump. Sri Lanka runs 375 for 5 wickets.

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Sri Lanka runs 369 for 4 wickets

Chittagong’s Jahoor Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium was cloudy in the morning. Many might have hoped that the Bangladeshi bowlers would be able to take advantage of this cloudy condition to take one or two wickets from Sri Lanka. But that didn’t happen. Sri Lanka did not lose any wicket in the first hour of the second day of the Chittagong Test. During this time they have picked up 55 runs. All in all, at the end of the first hour of the second day, Sri Lanka were 369 for 4.


Shakib Al Hasan Shamsul Haque gave Bangladesh the first wicket of the day by dismissing Dinesh Chandimal


Second day’s play begins

There are clouds in the sky of Chittagong. However, the second day of the Test started on time as there was no rain. Bangladesh pacer Khaled Ahmed is doing the first over of the day. He is bowling with three slips. The first ball touched the edge of Dinesh Chandimal’s bat and went to first slip. But it did not carry.


Welcome to Chittagong Test Day 2 play

Chittagong city has received heavy rain in the morning. Now there are dark clouds in the sky. Sri Lanka scored 314 runs for the loss of 4 wickets on the first day of the second and final Test of the series yesterday. Prothom Alo reporter to cover the match at Zahoor Ahmed Chowdhury StadiumMohammad Zubair He said that the current situation, the game will start on time.



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