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Three strikes from Taijul kept India in check

On the second morning of the second Test in Mirpur, Taijul Islam became just the second Bangladeshi player, after Shakib al Hasan, to remove all three of the top batsmen for India in a single innings. After half an hour of play, the left-arm spinner sent back India's unbeaten openers in consecutive overs. Then, 20 minutes before lunch, as the visitors tried to regroup, he destroyed the third-wicket stand of 34 runs by taking the wicket of Cheteshwar Pujara. India entered the half at 86/3 and was still 141 runs behind.

India's calm start to Day 2 was interrupted in the sixth over when Taijul Islam smacked KL Rahul on the front pad on a surface that still provided adequate assistance for the bowlers. With three seconds left on the clock, the bowler persuaded his captain to choose a review, which he then won, despite the loud, confident plea being rejected on the field. On the first pitch of his subsequent over, he struck once more to end the other overnight batter, Shubman Gill, who was this time caught in front after utterly missing his attempted sweep.

Even if the runs weren't exactly coming in, Pujara and Virat Kohli persevered. The third-wicket pair put together a useful 34-run partnership, but just as they appeared to be in control, Bangladesh made another breakthrough thanks to a quick fielding play from Mominul Haque at forward short leg. Pujara firmly nudged a fuller delivery towards the close-in fielder while playing for India, and the umpires rushed upstairs to investigate Bangladesh's claim of a low catch while they watched in bewilderment. Mominul had a finger underneath the ball, as was proved by the replays, hence the soft signal was out and upheld. After reaching the milestone of 7000 Test runs earlier in the day, Pujara walked back on 24.


If Kohli had been run out on the final ball before the session ended, India may have been in much more difficulty. After flicking the ball to mid-off, the former captain went off for a dangerous single but was stopped by Rishabh Pant just in time to make it back with a frantic dive. Pant presented a difficult opportunity for slip earlier in the over when he sliced at a short, wide ball from Mehidy Hasan Miraz, but Litton Das fumbled it.


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