BAN vs WI: The Caribbean player doing commentary in the live match caused a disturbance, Bangladeshi got out, then told Pakistani

New Delhi. Host West Indies have tightened their grip on the match on the second day of the first Test against Bangladesh. Bangladesh is still 112 runs behind West Indies’ first innings lead with 8 wickets left, looking at the way Bangladesh batted in the first innings, it is unlikely that the Bangladeshi batsmen fought fort in the second innings. Will find Earlier, the entire Bangladesh team was all out for 103 runs in the first innings. 6 batsmen could not even open the account. In response, the West Indies team could not even score a very big score. But, on the basis of half-centuries from captain Craig Brathwaite (94) and Jermaine Blackwood (63), West Indies scored 265 runs in the first innings and took a 162-run lead over Bangladesh.

Meanwhile, a video related to Bangladesh’s first innings is going viral on social media, in which a commentator’s big mess has come to the fore. Actually, Bangladesh had lost 7 wickets for 81 runs within 8 overs on the first day. Barring Tamim Iqbal and all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan, no other batsman played. Bangladesh got worse when Mustafizur Rahman also returned to the pavilion as the eighth wicket. He was dismissed by Jaden Seals.

At that time, West Indies women’s cricket team player Stacey-Ann King was doing commentary. At first she could not speak the name of Mustafizur Rahman properly and then said that Pakistan has suffered the eighth blow. A Twitter user shared its video on social media.

Commentator’s confusion gave fans a chance to laugh
Now Twitter users may be enjoying this confusion of the Caribbean player. But Bangladeshi fans will be disappointed by this performance of their team, as their team got bundled out for 103 runs. The bigger thing is that even 6 batsmen could not open the account. This includes 3 out of the top-4 batsmen. Along with this, Bangladesh also took the unwanted record of being dismissed for the most number of zeros in an innings of a Test. That would be good for Shakib Al Hasan, who scored 51 runs. Otherwise Bangladesh’s innings would have been reduced to 50 runs.

WI vs BAN, 1st Test: Craig Brathwaite missed a century by 6 runs, Blackwood’s fifty, Windies tightened their grip on Bangladesh

Alzarri Josephe and Jaden Seals took three wickets each for West Indies. This is the second time this year, when 6 Bangladesh batsmen have been out for a duck. Earlier, this happened in the Mirpur Test against Sri Lanka.

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