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The Tigers in extreme disaster

After winning the ODI series in South Africa, Bangladesh is also on the verge of winning the Test. History must be made to win the Durban Test.

And if you want to make history, you have to make 264 runs. Earlier in 2009, Bangladesh chased the target of 215 runs against West Indies and won.

Bangladesh team is in danger of making history. The visitors lost 3 wickets for 6 runs in 4.5 overs. Sadman Islam Anik returned with a catch on the slip.

Sadman, who scored 9 runs in the first innings, returned with zero runs in the second innings. After his departure, Mahmudul Hasan Joy, who scored a century in the first innings, returned bold after being distracted by Keshab Maharaj’s spin.

Mominul Haque Saurav became the lbw before he realized anything after taking the wicket in such an extreme disaster of the team. Bangladesh lost 3 wickets in just 4.5 overs.

The field umpires stopped the game due to lack of light just 7 balls after Mominul was out. The last 20 overs of the fourth day of the Durban Test were not played due to lack of light.

After losing the toss in Durban, South Africa batted first and scored 36 runs. Batting in reply, young opener Mahmudul Hasan Joy scored a great century and Bangladesh scored 296 runs.

The Proteas were bowled out for 204 in the second innings after leading by 69 runs. Chasing the target of 264 runs, Bangladesh lost 3 wickets for 6 runs and ended the fourth day’s play with 11/3 runs.

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