Opener Abid Ali and Abdullah Shafiq scored unbeaten fifty points in the first Test against Bangladesh in Chittagong on Monday, putting Pakistan in the lead. Set a goal of 202, visitors reach 109-0 on the stump, and only need to run 93 on the last day of Tuesday.
At the end of the game that day, Ali shot 56, his first game scored 133 points, while rookie Shafik remained unbeaten with 53 points.
Although goalkeeper and batsman Liton Das played 50 games, fast bowler Shaheen Afridi earlier claimed that 5-32 helped Pakistan beat Bangladesh in the second game 157 times.
Restarting with a score of 39-4, Bangladesh looked down at the ball after losing Mushfiqur Rahim in the first game of the day. Then Liton, who scored 100 goals in the first game, scored 59 of 89 goals. Brought the host back to decent.
Afridi trapped Liton on the front leg, and then asked Abu Jayed to go out to find a duck to complete his fourth five-door test. Sajid Khan, his deputy, who ended in 3-33, ended the game by dispatching Taijul Islam.
The hosts started well and Mushfiqur hit the border with the first ball in the morning and it was hit by Hasan Ali.
But after two goals, he left the wrong delivery after Hassan hit the ball and left 16. Litton joined the overnight batsman Yasser Ali to prevent further collapse. Just when it seemed ready to flourish, Afridi’s low rebound hit Yasir’s helmet, who retired with an injury after scoring 36 points. Liton survived after being eliminated by 26 points and was caught in Sajid Khan’s short leg.
The replay showed that the ball only hit his mat and moved down his leg. Sajid’s persistence paid off because he trapped Mehidy Hasan before 11 legs.
After Mehidy was fired, substitute Nurul Hasan replaced Yasir and narrowly survived a strong prosecution appeal before lunch. After the intermission, Nurul passed the ball to Faheem Ashraf in the Sajid game and was sent off 15 points. Pakistan had little time to take the remaining wickets.
Bangladesh failed to beat Pakistan in the previous 10 clashes.