Day 5: A blustery beginning to definite day defers Afghanistan

Bangladesh step into the field on Day 5 of the irregular Test against Afghanistan looked at Chattogram’s Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, looked with an outlandish errand. So outlandish was the errand that it yesterday drove captain Shakib Al Hasan, who has gone to three question and answer sessions over the most recent five days – a number that is bewildering by all accounts – yesterday kidded that he may score a 150 while Soumya Sarkar at the opposite end will strike a 120 to take Tigers to triumph.

Pursuing an objective of 398, the Tigers were at that point reeling at 136 for six when play was canceled because of downpour yesterday. They required another 262 keeps running with four wickets remaining while the Afghan spinners, driven by captain Rashid Khan were running wild. Shakib had likewise discussed the downpour having an influence and that may become possibly the most important factor early today.

It’s an ambitious start today, the fifth and last day of the Test so as to compensate for wasting time yesterday. We will update you as often as possible on new and refreshes from the field of play.

The Test captain responded to inquiries from journalists and he repeated that dread was one of the key factors in their baffling presentation.

The BCB president then was not very content with how the Tigers capitulated to weight.

Mazhar then expounded on Bangladesh’s methodology of standing firm by not adhering to the firearms.

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