India vs Bangladesh, 1st Test Day 3 Highlights: India crush Bangladesh by an innings and 130 runs | Cricket News
India registered their fourth Test win on the trot this season as the Virat Kohli-led side demolished Bangladesh by an innings and 130 runs in the first of the two-Test series in Indore on Day 3. With the win, India took a 1-0 lead in the 2-match series with the final match — first Day/Night Test on Indian soil — set to take place from November 22 at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata. The stars of the win in the Test for India were run-machine Mayank Agarwal and the pacers. The trio of Mohammed Shami, Ishant Sharma and Umesh Yadav took a total of 14 wickets in the match to demolish the visitors in both the innings. After bundling out Bangladesh for 150 in the first innings, Mayank’s 243-run masterclass set the platform for an innings win for India. In the second innings, Bangladesh showed a little more fight (213 all out) but that was not enough to avoid an innings defeat.
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Ishant Sharma after the win – “I am not treated as a senior, we don’t have anything like that. We always enjoy each other’s success, speak with each other and try and share our plans. It’s difficult to explain (his bowling renaissance), I have played quite a lot, I’m 31 (laughs), the bowling is taking a toll on my body, but I’m enjoying it, trying out different variations. Shami has played with the pink ball, need to ask him for a few tips (a few jokes around).”
Mohammed Shami: “The more we get tired, the better fun we have. We push each other. We try to enjoy each other’s success. There are certain things I cannot even say. Given his (Umesh) power, all the boundaries in India are smaller. We don’t have restrictions as batters. The team management has given us freedom. We try to bat sensibly though when there is a batter at the other end. I have been empowered by the skipper and the coach. I bowl alongside Ishant and Umesh as well. That makes it easier for me. I focus on my length and have been able to execute it well.”
Umesh Yadav: “I learnt from my father in my childhood to be strong. He made me run a lot. I try to maintain the strength. Earlier, the new ball was for pacers. But now we know our strengths. We try to take wickets with the ball and make it easier for spinners. My batting coach and skipper tell me to enjoy my batting. Kohli told me to bat quickly in the last Test against SA. I try to deliver whatever is expected of me.”
Most innings wins for an Indian captain
10 Virat Kohli *
9 MS Dhoni
8 Mohd Azharuddin
7 Sourav Ganguly
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India beat Bangladesh by an innings and 130 runs to take 1-0 lead in the two-match Test series
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And, it’s all over for Bangladesh in the first Test. India post an emphatic win over the Tigers in the first Test to go 1-0 up in the 2-match Test series. Ashwin takes the final wicket as India wrap up the match inside three days. Bangladesh are all out for 213 in the second innings.
67.5 overs: OUT! Ashwin gets his second wicket as he removes Mushfiqur Rahim for 64. Cheteshwar Pujara takes a stunning catch running backwards from mid-off. India are just a wicket away from an innings win.
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66.3 overs: OUT! A vicious bouncer from Mohammed Shami gets the glove of Taijul Islam. Wriddhiman Saha completes an easy catch behind the stumps. Shami has his fourth wicket. India two wickets away from 1-0 lead series lead.
64.2 overs: After five consecutive maidens, Mushfiqur Rahim finally takes a single off Ashwin.
End of 63rd over: And Mushfiqur Rahim continues to fight for Bangladesh. A maiden from Mohammed Shami comes to an end. Rahim has moved to 59.
End of 58th over: After a maiden from Umesh Yadav, Ravindra Jadeja follows it up with a 1-run over. India creating pressure as they want to get over with things quickly.
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54.5 overs: Knocked him over! And the Mushfiqur Rahim-Mehidy Hasan partnership has been broken straight after tea. Umesh Yadav gets the breakthrough in the first over after break as he castles Hasan for 38. Hits Hasan on the back arm and the ball crashes onto the stumps. Hasan departs for 38.
Mushfiqur Rahim and Mehidy Hasan have already stitched a 56-run partnership for the seventh wicket and showing signs of another resistance. Will they take the game to the fourth day or will India wrap it up in the final session. Third and final session on Day 3 gets underway.
Mushfiqur Rahim and Liton Das showed a brief fight in the second session but Ashwin struck at the right time to break their 63-run stand as Bangladesh continued their downslide on Day 3 of the Indore Test. Resuming on 60/4 after lunch, Mohammed Shami once again struck early to remove Mahmudullah for 15. Rahim and Liton then showed resistance as they took on the India spinners. But Ashwin triumphed eventually as he got rid of Liton for 35 with a soft return catch. Rahim (53*) was the lone warrior for the visitors as he struck a fighting fifty. Bangladesh were 191/6 at tea, still 152 runs behind India’s first innings total.
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Tea, Day 3: Bangladesh 191/6, trail by another 152 runs
Mushfiqur Rahim 53*
Mohammed Shami 3/25
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End of 54th over: Six runs from Mohammed Shami’s last over before tea. The bails are off as the players and umpires head to the dressing room for the break.
End of 53rd over: A tidy over from Umesh Yadav comes to an end. Just two runs from it. Mohammed Shami will bowl the next over that should probably be the last before tea.
Another change for India as Mohammed Shami is back into the attack. He replaces Ashwin. 10 minutes to go for tea break. Can the pacers sneak one in here?
BAN 179/6 after 51 overs.
50 overs are up and it has not been good news for Bangladesh for the third day in a row. They are six wickets down and staring at an innings defeat. Mushfiqur Rahim has been the lone warrior for the hosts in the second innings. Bangladesh are 172/6 and still trail by 171 runs.
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Pace back in action for India! Umesh Yadav replaces Ravindra Jadeja and Mushfiqur Rahim takes a single off the first ball to get to his
20th Test fifty. A fighting effort from him but he has not had support from the other end at all.
45.6 overs: FOUR! Mehidy Hasan goes for the big hit off Ashwin and connects well. Mohammed Shami at long-on is not able to cut the ball.
43.5 overs: FOUR! Loose delivery outside off from Ashwin gets the treatment. Mehidy Hasan hits it through covers to collect his first four of the match. He already has a six to his name.
39.2 overs: OUT! Finally, Ashwin breaks Liton Das-Mushfiqur Rahim 63-run partnership. Soft dismissal for Liton as he hits the ball straight back to Ashwin. Liton walks back for 35. Bangladesh are now 6 down.
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35.1 overs: FOUR! Both Liton Das and Mushfiqur Rahim going after India spinners. After Rahim ended Ravindra Jadeja’s over with a boundary off a sweep and Liton welcomes Ashwin with a beautiful cover drive. 50-run partnership also came up between Rahim and Liton with that boundary.
Bowling change for India as Ashwin comes into the attack! And Mushfiqur Rahim reverse-sweeps him second ball. A daring shot from Rahim as he is looking to take on India spinners.
100 up for Bangladesh!
Mushfiqur Rahim 19*
Liton Das 18*
Trail by another 243 runs
30.2 overs: FOUR! Good shot down the ground from Liton Das. A cracking straight drive from him off Ishant Sharma.
Shubman Gill comes in as a substitute for Mohammed Shami as he walks off the field. A cracking first spell (
9-4-15-3) from him. BAN 85/5 after 29 overs.
26.3 over: OUT! And again. Mohammed Shami is on a roll here. Mahmudullah fishes outside off and pays for it with his wicket. Rohit Sharma this time takes a neat catch. Third wicket for Shami. Mahmudullah falls for 15.
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25.2 overs: FOUR! Mahmudullah cuts and cuts hard. Beats Cheteshwar Pujara at backward point. Short and wide outside off from Ravindra Jadeja and the ball races to the fence.
End of 23rd over: A tidy first over from Mohammed Shami post lunch comes to an end. Three runs from it. Spin comes into the attack for the first time as Ravindra Jadeja has the ball in hand.
Players are back on the field to resume proceedings post lunch. India to go for the kill in this session! Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmudullah are up against a stiff India challenge
India pacers wreaked havoc once again as Bangladesh were reeling at 60/4 in their second innings at lunch on Day 3 of the Indore Test. Ahead of the start of play, India declared on their overnight score of 493/6, with a big 343-run lead. India pacers went to their usual business as they tormented the Bangladesh batting line-up again. Umesh Yadav got the breakthrough early for India as he cleaned up Imrul Kayes (6) with an in-dipper. Ishant Sharma struck in the successive over, removing the other opener Shadman Islam for 6. Pace spearhead Mohammed Shami then took over and got Mominul Haque (7) and Mohammad Mithun (18) in successive overs to put India just six wickets away from an impressive win. Bangladesh are still 283 runs behind with two days and two sessions remaining in the match.
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Lunch, Day 3: Bangladesh 60/4, trail by 283 runs
Mohammad Mithun 18
Mohammed Shami 2/8
Ishant Sharma 1/15
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End of 22nd over: Ishant Sharma finishes off the first session proceedings with a 1-run over. The bails are off and the players are walking to the dressing room for lunch. Bangladesh are still 283 runs behind.
End of 21st over: A tidy over from Mohammed Shami comes to an end. Just a leg-bye from it. Ishant Sharma to bowl of what could be the last over before lunch on Day 3.
End of 18th over: Back-to-back maidens from India bowlers. Both Ishant Sharma and Mohammed Shami are looking very intimidating at the moment. Bangladeshi batsmen are just looking to go into lunch without any further loss of wickets.
16.1 overs: Dropped! Rohit Sharma puts down a straight forward chance at second slip as Mushfiqur Rahim gets an early reprieve. Shami gets the outside edge and the ball goes straight to Rohit but he is not able to hold on to the ball.
14.1 overs: OUT! Another one bites the dust. Mohammed Shami in action once again as he gets rid of Mohammad Mithun with a short-pitched delivery. Mithun goes for the pull but mistimes. Mayank Agarwal at short mid-wicket completes an easy catch. Another over another wicket for Shami. Mithun departs for 18.
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13.4 overs: Review from India again! This time it’s umpire Marais Erasmus, who rules Mohammad Mithun not out after Umesh Yadav hits his pads. Virat has taken the review. But this time he is not lucky as the ball is completely missing the leg stump. India now have lost both their reviews.
12.5 overs: Review from India! Mohammed Shami traps Bangladesh skipper Mominul Haque in front of the stumps. But umpire Rod Tucker rules not out. Virat Kohli goes for the review after consulting with Shami and Saha. And he is right! Replay shows that the ball was hitting the leg stump. Haque is OUT! A successful review from India and Bangladesh are reeling here again in the second innings.
First bowling change for India! Mohammed Shami comes into the attack.
A cracking first-hour play on Day 3 as India pacers rattle Bangladesh once again.
Bangladesh 33/2, trail by 310 runs
Mominul Haque 7*
Mohammad Mithun 14*
11.2 overs: FOUR! FOUR! First a confident cover drive and then a streaky edge towards the third man as Mohammad Mithun collects consecutive boundaries off Umesh Yadav.
End 10th over: Another excellent over from Umesh Yadav comes to an end. India pacers breathing fire once again in the second innings. Both Umesh and Ishant have bowled tremendously well in the first 10 overs. Bangladesh batsmen really struggling at the moment.
BAN 20/2, trail by 323 runs
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6.6 overs: OUT! Through the defences of Shadman Islam. Ishant joins the party from the other end. Knocks over Islam this time from around the wicket. Both openers are back in the hut early for Bangladesh in the second innings.
Review from India! Umesh Yadav hits the pads of Mominul Haque this time and a huge appeal from the Indian camp. Umpire Marais Erasmus rules not out but Virat, though looked tentative has opted for the review. Replay clearly shows that the ball was missing the stumps. Poor review from India. Haque survives!
5.1 overs: OUT! Bowled him! Umesh Yadav strikes early to put Bangladesh under pressure on Day 3. In-swinger from Umesh gets the inside edge of Imrul Kayes bat and crashes onto the stumps. Early breakthrough for India as Kayes departs for 6.
End of 4th over: After a maiden from Ishant, Umesh Yadav follows it up with a tidy 1-run over. Both Shadman Islam and Imrul Kayes looking cautious at the start.
1.4 overs: FOUR! Imrul Kayes starts his day with a boundary through covers. Over-pitched from Umesh Yadav and Kayes wasted no time on that one. Times it beautifully as the ball races to the fence.
End of 1st over: Three runs off the last ball down the ground as Shadman Islam and Bangladesh get off the mark in the second innings. Umesh Yadav to share the new ball with Ishant from the other end.
Shadman Islam and Imrul Kayes are out in the middle to start Bangladesh second innings. Ishant Sharma has the new cherry in hand. Three slips and a gully for him.
Here we go!
After a formidable Day 2 with the bat (407-run day), India bowlers will now be once again in focus as they will try to bundle out Bangladesh and wrap up match today itself. Will the Bangla Tigers be able to survive the India attack?
So, early surprise as India have declared on their overnight score of 493/6. Bangladesh will begin Day 3 with the bat. They trail by 343 runs.
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Hello and welcome to the Live coverage of Day 3 of the first Test between India and Bangladesh in Indore.
RECAP, DAY 2:
Mayank Agarwal struck his second double century in four Tests as India built a giant 343 first innings lead over Bangladesh on day two of their opening Test. The 28-year-old opener, who has hit three tons including two double hundreds in his last five Test innings, hit eight sixes and 28 fours in his 243. Agarwal passed 200 with a six off Mehidy Hasan and went on with his big hits until he was finally caught at deep mid-wicket by Abu Jayed off Mehidy. He left to another standing ovation.
India were 493 for six at stumps in response to Bangladesh’s 150 all out on Thursday. Ravindra Jadeja, on 60, and Umesh Yadav, on 25, were at the crease promising more fireworks.
Jadeja celebrated with his trademark sword dance when he reach a half-century in 72 balls, while Yadav smashed three sixes in his 10-ball blitz. Left-hander Jadeja kept up the attack after a 123-run partnership with Agarwal for the fourth wicket.
Agarwal also made 190 with Ajinkya Rahane, who shot 86, after the hosts resumed the day on 86 for one.
Rahane became paceman Abu Jayed’s fourth victim of the innings soon after the tea break. But Agarwal relentlessly hit the bowlers to the boundary after completing his second 200-plus score in eighth Test appearance since making his debut last year in Melbourne. His previous best was 215 in the first Test against South Africa last month.
Agarwal’s marathon knock eased Indian nerves after skipper Virat Kohli was out for a duck — his 10th in 83 Tests — in the first session.
Abu, who sent opener Rohit Sharma packing for six on Thursday, got Cheteshwar Pujara (54) caught at gully soon after the overnight batsman completed his fifty with a boundary. But it was Kohli’s wicket that briefly brought joy to Bangladesh after they successfully reviewed an lbw appeal rejected by the umpire. Replays indicated the ball would have hit leg stump.
India’s pace bowlers, led by Mohammed Shami who took three wickets, dealt with Bangladesh on the opening day of the two-match series after the tourists won the toss but chose to bat first on a green wicket.