46.4 overs: Review from Mayank Agarwal! Mehidy Hasan hits the pad of Agarwal and umpire has ruled him out straightaway. Mayank is totally surprised with the decision and he has gone for the review. Ball tracking shows that the ball was completely missing the leg stump. Marais Erasmus gets it totally wrong this time.
44.2 overs: SIX! First of India innings! Superb timing on that occasion from Mayank Agarwal. Foot-work from Mayank was excellent there too. Charges down against Mehidy Hasan and deposits the ball over the long off fence.
150 up for India!
Mayank Agarwal goes down town against Mehidy Hasan to collect his 12th boundary as India also surpass Bangladesh first innings total. They now lead by 2 runs.
IND 152/3 after 41 overs
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End of 39th over: A tidy over from Mehidy Hasan after the drinks break. Just a couple of singles from it. Spin from both the ends now for Bangladesh as Taijul Islam continues from the other end.
End of 38th over: Expensive start from Taijul Islam on Day 2. Eight runs from his first over. And now it’s time for some drinks!
37.1 overs: FOUR! Taijul Islam starts off with a juicy full toss and Ajinkya Rahane places the ball to perfection. Didn’t try to hit it too hard but focused on the placement. Got it pitch perfect between the covers and mid-off fielder.
36.3 overs: FOUR! Short-pitched delivery from Ebadat Hossain and Mayank Agarwal pulls it in style to collect his 11th boundary. Mayank has looked a lot more aggressive this morning as compared to his yesterday’s inning. He has moved to 62 off 114 balls.
35.4 overs: FOUR! Ajinkya Rahane hits in front of square and was in total control of that. Crunches Abu Jayed’s delivery through covers to collect his third boundary. Rahane has quickly moved to 14 off 17 balls.
End of 33rd over: A maiden from Ebadat Hossain from the other end. The energy in Bangladesh camp has gone up after two quick wickets. They are now looking to attack the India batsmen.
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31.5 overs: Review from Bangladesh! Abu Jayed traps India skipper Virat Kohli in front. But on-field umpire rules not out. Looked close and Bangladesh have gone for the review. Ball tracking shows that it’s hitting the top of middle stumps and not going over.
Virat Kohli is OUT! A rare duck for him. Gone second ball. Bangladesh are looking to bounce back with Jayed leading the charge. He gets his third wicket.
50 for Mayank Agarwal!
His fourth in the longest format. Gets there in style as well as he pulls Ebadat Hossain’s short-pitched delivery through mid-wicket region for a four. Mayank now getting into the groove.
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Fifty and out! Cheteshwar Pujara becomes Abu Jayed’s second victim as he falls for 54. Virat Kohli is the new man… https://t.co/1RPBKIpqRV
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29.5 overs: OUT! And soon after getting to his fifty, Cheteshwar Pujara hits one straight into the hands of Saif Hassan at gully. An entertaining knock from Pujara comes to an end on 54. Abu Jayed gets his second wicket of the match.
Four and 50 for Cheteshwar Pujara! His 23rd in Test cricket. This time the cut shot was more controlled and it comfortably beats the deep point fielder. Nine boundaries in Pujara’s innings so far.
India 97/1 after 27.5 overs.
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Dropped! Cheteshwar Pujara cuts and cuts very hard. The ball flies off the bat and Mehedy Hasan at gully could only manage his fingertips to it. The ball runs away to the third man fence.
End of 27th over: Tidy first over from Ebadat Hossain. Just a single from it. Abu Jayed will share the ball with Hossain from the other end.
26.3 overs: Mayank Agarwal gets off the mark on Day 2 with a comfortable single. Pushes Ebadat Hossain’s delivery on the off side and gets an immediate response from Cheteshwar Pujara at the other end.
Cheteshwar Pujara and Mayank Agarwal are out in the middle to resume India innings on Day 2. Ebadat Hossain will start the proceedings for Bangladesh. Agarwal on strike. Two slips and a gully for Hossain.
Here we go!
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Pitch report, Day 2: “The wicket is straw coloured today. I think it is going to be a very good pitch to bat on. The sun beating down on it has eaten up and dried up some of the grass. Some of the foot-marks will come into play on day 3 more than today. These divots are in places but are placed short of a length. But only if you are a quick bowler, you can land on these areas and get something out of it, said Sunil Gavaskar and Murali Kartik.
Pujara (43*) and Mayank (37*) looked good at the crease in the final session on Day 1. The duo will now look to play cautiously in the first hour of the morning session on the second day and from there on capitalize and put India in firm control of the Test.
A day to remember!
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8:20 am Hello and welcome back. It’s day two of the first Test between India and Bangladesh in Indore, and we at TimesofIndia.com will once again bring you all the live updates and scores from the field of action.
On one of the bounciest tracks in recent times, Bangladesh were bundled out for 150 in 58.3 overs on the opening day at the Holkar Stadium, and India ended the day at 86 for 1 in 26 overs, losing Rohit Sharma’s (6) wicket in the process.
Umesh Yadav (2/47 in 14.3 overs), Ishant Sharma (2/20 in 12 overs) and Mohammed Shami (3/27 in 13 overs) made life difficult for the visitors who folded up meekly after opting to bat first after winning the toss.
Cheteshwar Pujara (43*) took control of India’s innings with Mayank Agarwal (37*) as the duo added 72 runs before stumps.
Today, the hosts have a chance to firm their grip on the Test and push Bangladesh further back by putting up a huge first-innings total on the board.
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