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India vs Bangladesh 1st Test, Day 2 Highlights: Mayank’s double helps hosts take massive lead

India vs Bangladesh 1st Test Day 2 Highlights: After a late show of fireworks, thanks to Umesh Yadav's blistering 25-run knock and Ravindra Jadeja's unbeaten 60, the hosts took a massive lead of 343 runs.

By: Sports Desk |
Updated: November 15, 2019 5:14:02 pm
Mayank Agarwal brought up his second-ever Test double century in 303 balls. (Source: PTI Photo)

India vs Bangladesh (IND vs BAN) 1st Test, Day 2 Highlights: In a day where Mayank Agarwal stole all the headlines with his magnificent 243-run knock, hitting 28 fours and 8 sixes, India took a massive lead of 343 runs in the Day 2 of the first Test at Holkar International Stadium in Indore.

After Bangladesh picked up two big wickets in the morning session, India reclaimed control through a majestic double-hundred from Mayank Agarwal and a solid 86-run knock from Ajinkya Rahane. Earlier, Cheteshwar Pujara departed after scoring 54 whereas Virat Kohli got out for a rare duck, his third in home Tests. Ravindra Jadeja came to support the opener after the vice-captain’s dismissal and went to score an unbeaten 60.

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India vs Bangladesh 1st Test, Day 2 Highlights:

17:06 (IST)15 Nov 2019

After a late, late show of enthusiasm and balls flying out of the park, thanks to Umesh Yadav's blistering 25-run knock and Ravindra Jadeja's unbeaten 60, India have taken a massive lead of 343 runs. Surprisingly, Virat Kohli hasn't declared yet, so there might be a lot of fireworks tomorrow morning. IND end the day on 493/6 after 114 overs. 

16:57 (IST)15 Nov 2019
Fifty for Jadeja!

A composed single brings Ravindra Jadeja's half-century from 72 balls, but not much can be said about composure on the other side. Umesh Yadav has completely lost himself in the heavy hitting as he has slaughtering all the deliveries, hitting three sixes and a boundary in the space of two overs. He is on 24* from just eight balls. IND are 482/6 after 113 overs.

16:44 (IST)15 Nov 2019

After 22 runs, two fours and a six, the partnership falls as Wriddhiman Saha is clean bowled by Ebadot Hossain. He departs for 12, but look who it is? Umesh Yadav comes on at number eight. IND are 454/6 after 111 overs.

16:28 (IST)15 Nov 2019

Mayank Agarwal's innings comes to an end after an epic 243-run knock from 330 balls, hitting 28 fours and eight sixes. After he hit Mehidy Hasan for a maximum, he went for another but got caught by Abu Jayed near the boundary. He is the second-highest run-getter against Bangladesh in Test cricket after Sachin Tendulkar's 248. IND are 432/5 after 107.3 overs.

16:20 (IST)15 Nov 2019
Hundred-run pairing!

Another expensive, another boundary for Ravindra Jadeja and another six from Mayank Agarwal. All of that has sealed their hundred-run partnership i just 121 balls. 11 runs from the over. IND are 414/4 after 106 overs.

16:15 (IST)15 Nov 2019

Well, that was quick. Quite quick. Fours and sixes are in abundance now, with Ravindra Jadeja (22*) joining the party too with a maximum against Taijul Islam. 35 runs from the last four overs. IND are 403/4 after 105 overs.

15:52 (IST)15 Nov 2019

Mayank Agarwal likes to reach milestones in style. He hit a six to surpass Shikhar Dhawan's record, and now with a massive six against Mehidy Hasan, he reaches his second double century in Test cricket. 25 fours, five sixes and 303 balls. Monumental innings. IND are 365/4 after 99 overs.

15:40 (IST)15 Nov 2019

Three singles, and India have eased past the 350-run mark. Mayank Agarwal's on 189*, while Ravindra Jadeja's on 12*. IND are 352/4after 97 overs.

15:18 (IST)15 Nov 2019
Record-breaking Mayank

With that six, Mayank Agarwal becomes the highest run-scorer for any Indian opener against Bangladesh. He has now scored 177* from 280 balls, hitting 23 fours and four sixes in the innings. The previous record was held by Shikhar Dhawan who had scored 173. IND are 335/4 after 92.3 overs.

15:07 (IST)15 Nov 2019
Mayank, Jadeja holding strong

After a heavy scoring over of Ebadat Hossain, hitting the bowler for two boundaries, one from the centurion and another from Ravindra Jadeja, Abu Jayed came in to save the economy with a maiden over. IND are 327/4 after 90 overs.

14:44 (IST)15 Nov 2019
Rahane misses century

Ajinkya Rahane misses out on his 13th Test century as he gets out trying to play an uppercut. Abu Jayed gets his fourth wicket of the match. The miscued uppercut carries to Taijul Islam at deep point. IND are 309/4 after 85.4 overs.

14:42 (IST)15 Nov 2019
Third session underway

Ebadat Hossain bowls the first over after the tea break. Hossain manages an edge off Mayank Agarwal's bat but it was too short of the slip fielder. IND are 305/3 after 85 overs.

14:17 (IST)15 Nov 2019
Tea break

The second session of Day 2 of first Test went in India's favour as Mayank Agarwal and Ajinkya Rahane continued to pile on runs. Agarwal reached his 150 whereas Rahane nears his 13th Test century. Agarwal has a chance to become India's first opener to hit a double century against Bangladesh. IND are 303/3 after 84 overs.

14:04 (IST)15 Nov 2019
300 up!

The second new ball has been taken. Abu Jayed, the only successful Bangladesh bowler in the Test so far bowls the first over with the second new ball. Ajinkya Rahane moves into the 80s now heading towards his 12th Test century. IND - 301/3 after 82 overs

13:46 (IST)15 Nov 2019
Agarwal reaches 150!

Mayank Agarwal gets to his second 150-plus Test score from 234 deliveries with a boundary off Taijul Islam. As Agarwal celebrates the milestone, Virat Kohli from the dressing room signals him to stay there and score to his double century. The Indian opener gives him a thumbs up. IND - 283/3 after 77 overs

13:26 (IST)15 Nov 2019
250 up!

The lead is no 100 runs with seven wickets in hand. Bangladesh are desperately looking for a breakthrough. So far Mehidy Hasan and Taijul Islam have not been able to make a mark. The dropped catch of Agarwal by Imrul Kayes has turned out to be very costly for the visitors. IND - 250/3 after 71 overs

13:03 (IST)15 Nov 2019
100 partnership!

Ajinkya Rahane reaches his 21st Test half-century from 105 deliveries. It has been an excellent partnership for the fourth wicket between Mayank Agarwal and Rahane. The partnership is over 100 runs now and India are dominating the bowlers, heading towards a big score. IND - 225/3 after 66 overs

12:34 (IST)15 Nov 2019
Mayank slams ton!

A boundary straight down the ground towards long-off and then a double towards the deep backward square as Mayank Agarwal reaches his third Test century. It took Mayank 183 deliveries to reach this mark as he guides India to another massive first-inning score. IND: 206/3 after 60 overs (lead by 56 runs)  

12:15 (IST)15 Nov 2019
Action resumes!

The pair of Mayank Agarwal and Ajinkya Rahane are back in the ground to resume the proceedings. India lost Cheteshwar Pujara in the first session but the pair would like to hold the fort and dominate the visitors in the afternoon. India are currently batting at 192/3 and have a lead of 42 runs. 

11:34 (IST)15 Nov 2019
Lunch break

Despite the two wickets of Cheteshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli, India have done well in the first session of Day Two. Only Abu Jayed has been successful for Bangladesh taking three wickets so far. Mayank Agarwal is batting on 91 whereas Ajinkya Rahane is batting on 35. The partnership for the fourth wicket between Rahane and Agarwal is 69 runs. IND - 188/3 after 54 overs, lead by 38 runs

Playing XIs:

India: Mayank Agarwal, Rohit Sharma, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli (c), Ajinkya Rahane, Ravindra Jadeja, Wriddhiman Saha (wk), Ravichandran Ashwin, Umesh Yadav, Mohammed Shami, Ishant Sharma

Bangladesh: Imrul Kayes, Shadman Islam, Mohammad Mithun, Mominul Haque (c), Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmudullah, Liton Das (wk), Mehidy Hasan, Taijul Islam, Abu Jayed, Ebadat Hossain

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