India vs Bangladesh 2nd Test: Team India has given a big gift to all the countrymen on the occasion of Christmas. In fact, the Indian team has made its name by defeating Bangladesh 2-0 in the two-match Test series. In the second and last Test match played in Mirpur, Shreyas Iyer – R Ashwin batted with understanding and snatched the match out of Bangladesh’s fist. Both the batsmen took India out of a difficult situation and got this victory.
In the second Test match, India’s situation had become such that on the fourth day everyone felt that Bangladesh would easily win this match. On the fourth day, India lost its 7 wickets for just 74 runs. After this, Shreyas Iyer and R Ashwin played an amazing partnership and gave the team a resounding victory. Both played a match-winning partnership of 71 runs for the 8th wicket in this match. In this partnership, Ashwin played an unbeaten inning of 42 and Shreyas Iyer scored 29 runs.
Ashwin’s missed catch
The chances of Bangladesh winning the match were high. He also got a big chance to strengthen his hold on the match. In fact, when Ashwin came out to bat, he was bowled by Mehdi Hasan Miraj in the very beginning and took a catch at short leg. However, Monimul Ashwin, standing at short leg, could not take this easy catch, which cost the team by losing the match.
Iyer and Pant’s brilliant innings in the first innings
Wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant and Shreyas Iyer played brilliant innings in the first innings for India in the second Test match as well. In the first innings, Pant played an important inning of 93 runs and Iyer scored 87 runs. Both of these innings played an important role in the victory of the team.
Ashwin’s understanding with both bat and ball
India’s star spinner R Ashwin performed amazingly with both bat and ball in this match. In the first bowling, he took a total of 6 wickets in this match. While chasing the target in the second innings, when Team India looked in trouble, Ashwin played a match-winning inning of 29 runs, showing his experience and understanding.
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