Pakistan crush Bangladesh by innings in first Test 1

Pakistan crush Bangladesh by innings in first Test


RAWALPINDI: Pakistan ended an overwhelming game on Monday’s fourth morning and beat Bangladesh with a par of 44 to lead 1-0 in two test series.

After Bangladesh ended the game with a score of 126-6 in the second game, Bangladesh was eliminated in the second game because Pakistan’s pace and spin attack were too hot to cope, although the course at Rawalpindi was flat used to be.

Fast-shooter Naseem Shah became the youngest pitcher to participate in the test hat trick on Sunday at 16 years and 359 days, ending the game 4-26 and being named the man of the game.

Although Nassim was unable to play bowling on Monday due to a painful rib, Pakistan destroyed the last four wickets in 90 minutes and defeated Bangladesh for the tenth time in a draw with Bangladesh.

The Bangladeshi captain, Mominul Haque, started the day with confidence and drove pacemaker Shaheen Shah Afridi into a square in the first inning to reach his fifth limit, but then took a 41-foot lead in the same inning.

Liton Das (29) and pursuer Rubel Hossain held Pakistan 11.5 points in the bay, after which Mohammad Abbas was in the top five of Rubel.

Leg hands Yasir Shah fired Das lbw and gave Abu Jayed a three-pointer, which ended in 4-58 and won.

After winning, Pakistan scored 60 points in the World Test Championship with 140 points.

India led the nine-team championship with 90 points, followed by Australia (246) and England 146.

The first two teams on the championship list reach the final at Lord’s in June 2021.

With Bangladesh scoring 233 goals in the first game and then accumulating 445 goals, Pakistan’s victory came, with Babar Azam defeating 143 goals and Shan Masood (Shan) Masood) scoring 100 goals.

This became the sixth defeat of Bangladesh in 14 months, including their fifth defeat in an inning. They have not yet won championship points in three tests.

The second test began in Karachi on April 5-9, after a two-month break.

For security reasons of a long stay, Bangladesh only agreed to visit Pakistan in three phases and last month participated in the Twenty20 series of three games for the first time.

They also play a one-day international competition in Karachi (April 3) for the second test.

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