The Indian fast bowlers, once again, put on a great spell, bowling the Bangladesh team for 106 runs in just 31 overs on the first day of the country's first 'Pink' Test. In response, the Indian team came out to bat and scored 174 runs, losing three wickets to stumps. Captain Virat Kohli (59) and vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane (23) are at the crease. Team India now has a crucial lead of 68 runs over Bangladesh with seven wickets remaining.
In response to Bangladesh's first innings, Team India got the first blow in the form of Mayank Agarwal. On the fourth ball of the fourth over, As Amin Hussain got Mayank caught by a substitute player Mehdi Hassan. He returned to the pavilion scoring only 14 runs. Tea break occurred shortly thereafter. Shortly after the tea break, Team India received Rohit Sharma's second major setback. He was able to score only 21 runs. He was dismissed LBW by Ibadat Hussain. Earlier, Rohit had a brilliant catch by Abu Zayed in 11.1 overs. Cheteshwar Pujara is seen in a good rhythm.
Earlier, due to Ishant Sharma's five wickets, India forced the Bangladeshi batsmen to knee. Indian pacers, Ishant Sharma took 5, Umesh Yadav three and Mohammed Shami 2. Only three batsmen from Bangladesh could reach double figures. Shadman Islam scored 29 runs, while Litton Das was retired with 24 runs.