India tightens grip on Bangladesh, takes first 10 wickets, then takes lead without losing wickets

New Delhi. The Indian A team has made a great start to the Bangladesh tour. First 4 Day Unofficial Test (India A vs Bangladesh A 1st Indian bowlers wreaked havoc in Unofficial Test. Under the leadership of left-arm spinner Saurabh Kumar, the team bundled out Bangladesh A team for 112 runs in 45 overs. Saurabh took 4 wickets by giving 23 runs. 8 batsmen could not touch double figures. In response, at the end of the first day’s play, India had scored 120 runs without a wicket. In this way he has got a lead of 8 runs and all 10 wickets are remaining. Yashasvi Jaiswal and Abhimanyu Easwaran are playing with half-centuries.

Captain Abhimanyu and Yashasvi gave a solid start to the team. After this, both also played aggressive shots. Abhinyu is playing after scoring 53 runs on 111 balls. 6 fours have been hit. At the same time, Yashasvi is standing firm after scoring 61 runs off 106 balls. He has hit 8 fours. By the time the game was stopped due to bad light, India had scored 120 runs without wickets in 36 overs. Bangladesh has tried 5 bowlers so far, but none could take wickets.

5 wickets were lost for 26 runs
Earlier in the match, India won the toss and decided to bowl. Bangladesh had a very poor start and lost the wickets of their top-5 batsmen for 26 runs only. Indian fast bowlers Navdeep Saini and Mukesh Kumar bowled well. Navdeep took 3 while Mukesh took 2 wickets. After this, Saurabh Kumar wrapped up Bangladesh’s innings by taking the wickets of the lower order batsmen.

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Mossadek Hussain, who landed at number 7, scored 63 runs off 88 balls to take the score beyond 100 runs. 4 batsmen of the team could not even open the account.

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