Updates from WI Vs BAN Test Match


Nkrumah Bonner passed up his lady Test ton yet West Indies had a productive first meeting on Friday (February 12), benefiting from an emptied Bangladesh assault as they oversaw 102 runs at 3.5 an over. Joshua Da Silva and Alzarri Joseph put on a whole 59-pursue stand Boner was excused for 90, encouraging West Indies to 325 for 6 at Lunch on Day 2 of the second Test in Dhaka.

Bangladesh lost an audit in the first over of the day in their endeavor to send Da Silva back leg-previously. Abu Jayed additionally bowled short and wide several events, permitting Da Silva to take care of it for limits. Bonner and Da Silva additionally pivoted the strike well as Bangladesh’s hang tight for a wicket proceeded. The West Indies batsmen exploited the free conveyances – Da Silva struck his third four of the day by punching a short conveyance from Taijul while Bonner, who enlisted his most elevated Test score when he moved to 87, cut away a half-volley from Jayed.

Bonner, who was looking untroubled by the spinners, needed to at long last leave when attempted to play forward to a Mehidy Hasan conveyance which struck the shoulder of the bat in transit to leg slip, with the excusal finishing an organization worth 88 runs. A brief time later, Da Silva enlisted his second Test fifty with an opposite compass off Mehidy for a four. Alzarri Joseph upheld him well, using the long handle to great impact as West Indies fueled them far beyond 300.

Bangladesh brought back Jayed as they attempted to inconvenience Joseph with some speed, having seen the No. 8 dispatch conveyances from Mehidy and Taijul over the fence easily. Joseph had no issues in taking on Jayed as well, with his front-foot pass through the cover district stepped with power. Da Silva, at the opposite end, was upbeat, playing the breadths and converse compasses, as West Indies raised another fifty or more remains to expand Bangladesh’s work.