Bangladesh’s two pacemakers – the quick Abu Jayed with the right arm and the part-time worker Soumya Sarkar – were the standout cast in the second session as West Indies lost three wickets for 62 runs after lunch in Dhaka after West Indies Had lunch for 1 at 84, they lost Kraigg Brathwaite, Shayne Moseley, and Kyle Mayers – their Chattogram heroes – and went down to 116 for 4

The session started with West Indies getting a hit rate of just one in the first eight overs as Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Taijul Islam and Jayed kept things close during this period, Jayed switched from long balls – a feature of his spell in the morning session – to fuller deliveries that made the older ball swing more that worried the No. 3 Moseley for enough time that Jayed when he was 34 offered a full and wide ball around the stumps, tried to drive But Moseley’s loose, unbalanced shot ended with an inside edge on the leg stump and ended his 38-ball stay for 7

After the end of his first spell, Jayed walked briefly off the field and Sarkar – the only other seam bowler in the XI to play in place of the injured Shadman Islam – replaced him in the attack.Although Sarkar’s pace was by no means threatening, bowling kept him in control a nagging line West Indies quietly Round rewarded when the 47-year-old Brathwaite tried to cut a ball that was too close to his body and passed Nazmul Hassan Shanto on the first slip

That got Mayers, the double centurion from the first Test, at No. 5. He felt comfortable against spin, as seen in Chattogram, but Jayed’s persistence with the angle around the stumps to left batsmen earned him a second wicket It was another full and wide ball with a touch of oomph that brought out Mayers’ ride and resulted in a 5 minute lead over Sarkar at the end of the session, No. 4 Nkrumah Bonner and No. 6 Jermaine Blackwood had with the recovery of the West Indies Islands started, but a combination of the bowlers’ controlled aggression and the brief flurry of wickets meant the visitors could only score 2 on 13 runs in the session

The Test had started when the West Indies dominated the first session, losing just one wicket after winning the throw, Brathwaite and John Campbell had set up 66 for the opening stand, with the latter scoring most of the scoring in partnership with Mit Holding up one end, Brathwaite wanted to attack Campbell more and went to 36 at five fours before being fired.It was a controversial decision that sent him back when he was born in Jan. Classified as lbw before Taijul

Taijul got a full ball to spin around the stumps that hit Campbell’s foreleg Referee Sharfuddoula then raised his finger, but Campbell checked for the second time in session TV referee Gazi Sohel checked for the ball during Campbell’s Sweep brushed the bottom edge of the club, but felt that no club was involved – despite the tiniest spikes on UltraEdge – which could also have been caused by the noise on the ground – and kept the decision on the spot a few balls later was an apparent one Seeing dissatisfied West Indies coach Phil Simmons speaking to reserve referee Masudur Rahman near the borderline and perhaps wanting to know more about how the TV referee came to his decision

That was the only moment of joy for Bangladesh in the morning that otherwise struggled with the ball Jayed, who had replaced Mustafizur Rahman in XI, was stubborn in his first spell, although he let the ball swing away from the right batsmen, his inconsistent lineages allowed Brathwaite and Campbell to start positively

Mehidy shared the new ball with Jayed and kept the openers steady as long as he was fully bowling. However, the shorter balls were placed behind a square on both sides. Like Mehidy, it was also Nayeem Hasan’s turn, who made the first change, and demanded but no batsman out. Full balls were defended by Brathwaite, but when Campbell offered the same, he attacked the ‘V’ in the ground

That remained West India’s most promising exchange of blows, with the next three partnerships adding less than 20 runs each, the responsibility for West Indies to get a respectable total of first innings now rests with Blackwood and Bonner, who have an undefeated fifth wicket -State of 30 went to tea

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