On the last day of the Chittagong Test, more than two sessions were sunk in the rain. Still, the Bangladesh cricket team could not survive the only test against Afghanistan. Batting failed to lose 221 runs. After the rain delays were tied at 5.5 over at the end of the day. In such a situation, Bangladesh cricket team lost 5 runs with 5.3 overs remaining. Rashid Khan‘s two innings in a rotation to overcome the hosts.
Afghanistan reached the gates of victory yesterday to win the passing of Mohammad Nabi. Afghanistan threw a 398 run target and they are succeeding. However, the rain has become a barrier to their victory.
Despite repeated rains, their frustration increased but Bangladesh cricket team gave away the chance. Bangladesh did not create any resistance at the end of the day due to batting failure. Shakib Al Hasan’s wicket fell at the beginning of the end. Zaheer Khan’s first ball hit the boundary of the rate when the fear of danger.
He was dismissed for 44 runs. After Shakib’s departure, Mehdi Hassan Mirage also made his way to the decoration. Afghanistan could not take his catch in short leg because of Zaheer Khan. However, after a while, Rashid Khan could not be spit. Mirage completely defeated Googly. The umpire took the reviews when he was let out. The good news didn’t match there either. He returned for 12.
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The umpire lifted his finger in the leg, but the ball hit the Bat. But he did not have reviews, he returned to the room. Soumya and Naeem woke up to hope for a while, but Rashid Khan had to leave Bangladesh in a whirlwind to lose his shame. Soumya returned 15 runs.
Chittagong Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium was played in the middle of the first session of the last day due to rain. At 3 pm, two teams came down the field, but about three overs were completed. After the rain hit the game, the tea stops after the tea break for about an hour. Bangladesh cricket team could not resist the bat at the end of the session when the rain stopped. On the other hand, Afghanistan’s youngest Test country picked up its first Away Test win. See other news