India took a 1-0 lead in their two-Test series against Bangladesh after winning the first match by 188 runs at Chattogram, today. Resuming at their overnight score of 272 for six in their second innings, the hosts were bowled out for 324 on the final day of play.
Bangladesh soon lost the wicket of Mehidy Hasan Miraz to Mohammed Siraj for 13. Captain Shakib Al Hasan was next to depart as his entertaining innings of 84 runs, which featured six fours and six sixes, came to an end after Kuldeep Yadav found the middle stump as Shakib tried an aerial stroke. Kuldeep then dismissed Ebadot Hossain for a duck, before Axar Patel bowled out Taijul Islam for the same score, finishing with figures of 4-77 in the second innings.
The second Test will be played from December 22 to December 26 at the Sher -e- Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka.