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Bangladesh vs Pakistan 1st Test, Day 4 Stumps: Openers shine to PAK on cusp of victory

Bangladesh vs Pakistan 1st Check, Day 4 Stumps: Openers shine to PAK on cusp of victory | Cricket Information

Unbeaten half-centuries by Abid Ali and Abdullah Shafique put Pakistan simply 93 runs away from registering a victory over Bangladesh within the first Check at Chattogram.
Pakistan have been comfortably positioned at 109/0 at stumps on Day 4 on Monday and wanted simply 93 extra runs to win with the ultimate day to go and take a 1-0 lead within the sequence. Each the openers made half-centuries for the second time within the sport as they put Pakistan in agency management within the first Check.
Earlier, regardless of Liton Das’ combating half-century within the second innings, Bangladesh have been all out for simply 157 runs of their second innings. Mushfiqur Rahim was trapped in entrance by Hasan Ali within the first over of the day. However Liton and Yasir Ali did nicely, scoring common boundaries. Each tried onerous to make runs however the positive bowling from Shaheen Afridi and Hasan Ali and Sajid Khan restricted Bangladesh batsmen from opening their palms.
Pakistan want 93 extra on day-five (tomorrow), 10 wickets in hand.#BANvPAK
— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) November 29, 2021
Das was fortunate when Mohammad Rizwan missed a stumping probability off Nauman Ali’s bowling. Their partnership got here to an abrupt halt when Yasir walked off the sector after the thirty first over. Yasir was struck on the aspect of his helmet within the thirtieth over when he tried to duck a bouncer from Afridi. Nonetheless, he appeared positive after an on-field concussion check. After the incident, he batted for an over, earlier than deciding to depart.
Nurul Hasan, who changed Yasir as a concussion substitute, was concerned in a 38-run partnership with Liton as they stretched the lead previous 200. However Afridi got here again to limit Bangladesh, getting Das out lbw earlier than bagging his fifth when he acquired Abu Jayed to glove the ball to the ‘keeper. Taijul Islam was the final to depart, stumped off Sajid, who completed with three wickets, as Bangladesh have been bowled out for 157, setting a 202-run goal for the guests.
Temporary scores: Bangladesh 330 & 157 (Liton Das 59, Yasir Ali 36; Shaheen Afridi 5-32, Sajid Khan 3-33) vs Pakistan 286 & 109/0 (Abid Ali 56, Abdullah Shafique 53*).

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