Shakib’s five-for helps Bangladesh tighten grip

Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan reacts after dismissing Australian opener Matt Renshaw during the first Test at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium Spinning all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan became only the fourth bowler to take five wickets in an innings against all nine Test nations as Bangladesh took an 88-run lead against Australia in the series-opening Test ..“We’re positive” Agar said that “Things happen so speedily when the ball’s rotating and turning and as you a few of them really jumped,”Shakib bust the opposition of Pat Cummins, removing him for 25 straight after tea and then took the wicket of Josh Hazelwood to complete the five-for. Bangladesh had a genuine chance of wrapping up the Australian innings when Shakib removed Glenn Maxwell for 23.But the opposition came from Agar and Cummins who survived for 90 minutes before tea on the risky wicket. “By the grace of Allah the counterpart is in our pass. Hopefully, we will also do well on day three,” said Mehdi, a practicing Muslim. “If our batsmen take a task and put a good total it will be challenging for them. I don’t think the wicket is very difficult. But we bowled well.”But left-arm spinner Taijul Islam got a vital breakthrough with a ball that set aside low and trapped Hands comb lbw.

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