At Chattogram, on the third day of the first Test match against Bangladesh, Shubman Gill smashed his first century. Kuldeep Yadav finished his match against Bangladesh with 5/40.
India set Bangladesh a challenging winning score of 513 runs on the third day of the series-opening match here on Friday. Shubman Gill got his first Test century while Cheteshwar Pujara finally ended a four-year wait for his 19th century. In Brisbane in 2021, Gill’s previous high score came against Australia (91 runs). Gill got four fifty-plus scores in Test cricket in his prior 21 innings. Its Gill’s ninth 100-plus score in First Class cricket.
Shubnam said “Means a lot to me, my family and friends who have supported me. It’s a special moment for any player,” Gill said after achieving the feat in his 22nd Test innings.
Bangladesh were thoroughly outplayed for the second day in a row as India dismissed the hosts for a pitiful 150 thanks to Kuldeep Yadav’s career best 5-40. Team India now leads the first Test match against Bangladesh at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chattogram thanks in large part to Kuldeep Yadav, who returned to Test cricket after a 22-month absence,
In addition to being an outstanding bowler, Kuldeep scored 40 runs with the bat to assist Team India surpass the 400-run threshold in the first innings. Ravichandran Ashwin (5/87) and former India spinner Anil Kumble (4/55), among others have been overtaken by Kuldeep to post the greatest statistics of any Indian spinner in Bangladesh.
In response to India’s 404, Bangladesh cheaply dismissed in the first innings on 150 runs of the first Test on Friday at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium.
Score card on Day 4 after the lunch.
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