West Indies vs Bangladesh: Bangladesh Crash As West Indies Dominate Day 1 Of Slow Motion Test

West Indies vs Bangladesh: Bangladesh Crash As West Indies Dominate Day 1 Of Slow Motion Test

After coming out to bat against the West Indies on the first day of the first Test on Thursday, the visitors were once again bowled out for 103 in less than 33 overs as well as a well-established weakness for Bangladesh’s fast bowling. Was Adding to his woes after the six-duck innings – only the seventh time in the 145-year history of Test cricket – was Craig Brathwaite He had scored an unbeaten 42 with the home captain before reaching the end of the game at 95 for two.

Jaden Sales And Alzari Joseph He was the most successful bowler in the West Indies with 33 runs for 33 runs.

However, it was a double strike by Kemar Roach And Kyle Meyers Which got the initial attention to pile Bangladesh on 45 for six in the morning.

The returning captain شکیب الحسن He then played an adventurous innings of 51 runs to save his team from a 43-run defeat at the same venue at the start of the 2018 series.

After Brathwaite had no hesitation in bowling first, Roach immediately joined the wickets.

After being fit just a day earlier, senior Seymour attacked the second ball of the match when Mahmoud Al-Hassan recklessly pushed a wide delivery. نکرومہ بونر To take a diving catch on the third slip.

Roach then bowled Najam Al-Hussein between the bat and the pads in his next over, increasing the load on his shoulders. Tamim Iqbal.

“I think all the bowlers have adapted well to the conditions because it’s not an easy pitch to bowl on,” said Roach, referring to the fast-paced work that increased his Test wicket tally to 244. Delivered, which ranks seventh on West’s all-time list. Players taking Indian wickets in Test cricket.

Always bowl first.

“We saw the pitch yesterday and knew it would be a little softer. It’s always better to bowl first here in Antigua.

“It’s also a tough pitch for the batting and obviously Craig has guided so hopefully we can take a good lead the next day.”

In the only warm-up match against Cricket West Indies President’s XI, refreshed by a century, Tamim appeared in the mood for a challenge and joined the absent team and completed 5000 runs in Test cricket. Mushfiqur Rahim As the only Bangladeshi to reach the milestone.

However, they lost to Moniul Haq in sales. Jermaine Blackwood Snatching the opportunity in the second slip, before falling to a score of 29 when a loose leg on the side of Joseph caught the wicket keeper Joshua da Silva straight.

Meyers, the West Indies bowling star, won the series against England by 10 wickets two months ago, then rose from where he took two wickets in his opening over in Grenada.

An undecided Lytton Das led De Silva to give a simple catch and two balls later, alternate wicketkeeper-batsman نورالحسن Became the fourth batsman to fall before the leg failed to score.

Shakib, whose future in Test cricket has been in doubt for most of the last 12 months, has lived a dangerous life playing some wide shots.

He was lucky enough to escape when Bangladesh captain Roach came on the ball running behind mid-on and Sales could only get his fingers.

He took advantage of most of the recovery, hitting six fours and a six before making his 28th half-century in Test cricket before being dismissed for ninth by Joseph for a catch on the long on. And tried to make a big hit.

Joseph then sent the last man. Khalid Ahmed Ending the innings 40 minutes after lunch and claiming his best Test figures.

West Indies escaped early danger in their response when Mominol Braithwaite lost a quick catch on a leg slip. مستفیض الرحمان.

Bangladesh were left to mourn the loss as the opener bowled 149 balls in the innings which has become his trademark.

He lost to John Campbell after an early standout of 44 when the left-handed player, who was almost on foot like his captain, played with Mustafizur.

Promoted.

Ramon RefereeFour-and-a-half years after his first Test, batting at number three in the second Test, he was caught by the wicket-keeper on a superb ball. Ibadat Hussain.

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