The day two of the first test between Australia and Pakistan setup nicely for the host as Bangladesh takes a vital lead of 88 with nine wickets to left.
Bangladesh bowled Australia out for 217 in the first innings of Day 2 of the 1st Test in Mirpur. Shakib Al-Hasan ended the innings with a five-wicket haul as Bangladesh enter the second innings with a 43-run lead.
In response, Bangladesh started steadily, with both Tamim Iqbal and Soumya Sarkar looking comfortable on a track that wasn’t the easiest to bat on. However, Soumya Sarkar ended up holing out off a Nathan Lyon ball, but the hosts lost no more wickets and ended the 2nd Day on 45/1.
However, Soumya Sarkar ended up holing out off Agar ball, but the hosts lost no more wickets and ended the 2nd Day on 45/1.
Shakib Al Hasan went onto achieve a unique record by becoming the fourth bowler to pick a five-wicket haul against nine Test playing nations.
At the end of day 2, Tamim Iqbal was not out on 30 while night watchman Taijul Islam still to open his account.