India Needs 7 Wickets To Win
Hyderabad: Bangladesh was 103/3 in their second innings at stumps on the fourth day of the one-off Cricket Test match against India. Mahmadulla with 9 and shaking Al Hasan with 21 were at the crease at the end of the play in Sunday. The hosts declared the second innings at 159/4 at tea.
Bundling out the visitors for 388 runs in the first innings, India decided to bat instead of asking Bangladesh to follow on. Indian bowlers struck early in the day by bowling Mehadi Hasan (51). Mushfiqur Rahim, who remained unbeaten on Saturday evening, played good strokes and completed his fifth Test century. With Taskin Ahmed giving company Captain Taskin Ahmed made 126 runs before getting out winding up the first innings. Indian openers who were looking for quick runs paid the penalty by losing the wickets cheaply. India needs to grab seven wickets to win and Bangladesh has to make 356 runs in order to beat India.