Updated ICC World Test Championship Points Table, WTC Table After India vs Bangladesh 2nd Test. In the second Test of the two-match series at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka, the KL Rahul-captained India National Cricket Team defeated the Shakib Al Hasan-captained Bangladesh National Cricket Team by three wickets.
India held second place on the points table and collected significant ICC World Test Championship points with the victory in the Test match.
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Bangladesh’s first innings were bowled out for 227 against India earlier. Mominul Haque scored the most runs for Bangladesh, who chose to bat, with 84 from 157 balls. As India bowled out Bangladesh in 73.5 overs, Umesh Yadav (4/25) and Ravichandran Ashwin (4/71) combined for eight wickets, with comeback seamer Jaydev Unadkat (2/50) claiming the final two.
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At the conclusion of the second day of the second and final Test match between Bangladesh and India in Dhaka, they were seven for no loss in their second innings.
Bangladesh is still 80 runs behind India. Prior to this, India used the brilliant knocks of Rishabh Pant (93 of 104) and Shreyas Iyer (87 of 105) to achieve 314 all out in their first innings in response to Bangladesh’s 227. For Bangladesh, Taijul Islam (4/74) and captain Shakib Al Hasan (4/79) split eight wickets.
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Bangladesh Put Up A 145 Target For India:
Mehidy Hasan Miraz took three wickets in a stunning spell to end the third day of the second Test at 45/4 in 23 overs as India’s top order fell while chasing 145.
India was put under a lot of stress early on Day 4 as Bangladesh got three early wickets. Nightwatchman Jaydev Unadkat took the first wicket, and Rishabh Pant took the second. Mehidy Hasan Miraz dismissed Axar Patel to clinch his five-wicket haul. Ravichandran Ashwin and Shreyas Iyer, on the other hand, controlled the Indian chase and guided their team to victory.