Sunday, December 2, 2018

A record made in Test cricket after 1890, Bangladesh achieved the achievement



Bangladesh restricted West Indies to 75-5 in the first innings on the second day of the second Test at stumps. Bangladesh achieved a special feat with this, which had taken place 128 years ago in Test history.

 The West Indies cricket team started out for batting in the first innings of the second Test against Bangladesh and five batsmen became clean bowled. Such an incident occurred in a test match in the history of cricket 139 years ago when the top five batsmen of any team have become clean-bodied. Such an incident happened in the history of cricket for the third time when five batsmen were bowled out of a team's start. Earlier this happened in the year 1879 and 1890 during the Ashes.

A record made in Test cricket after 1890, Bangladesh achieved the achievement

Caribbean batsmen Craig Braithwaite, Keiran Powell, Sunil Ambrose, Roston Chase and Shay Hopes bowled by Bangladeshi bowlers. This is the first time in an innings of Test after 1890, when the top five batsmen of any team are clean bowled.

Off spinner Mehdi Hassan and left-arm spinner Shakib Al Hasan have played a key role in Bangladesh's achievement. Both spinners delivered the West Indies to 5 for 12 in 12 overs at one time. Legendary all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan made two, while Mehdi Hassan made three batsmen clean-bowled.

Shakib first started this tradition by making Craig Braithwaite clean-bowled. After that Mehdi Hassan made Kieran Powell clean-bowled. Shakib then bowled Sunil Ambrose. After this, Mehdi recorded the name of Bangladesh by rolling down the Roston Chase and then the ink hop and bold.

Explain that Bangladesh decided to bat first before winning the toss. At the stroke of Mahmudullah's hundred, Bangladesh's first innings total was 508 runs in 154 overs. After that, West Indies lost 75 runs to the stumps on the second day and 75 runs. Shane Doreich (17 *) and Shimron Hetmeyer (32 *) were frozen on the crease.

Recorded record of 139 years old


The West Indies cricket team started out for batting in the first innings of the second Test against Bangladesh and five batsmen became clean bowled. Such an incident occurred in a test match in the history of cricket 139 years ago when the top five batsmen of any team have become clean-bodied. 

Such an incident happened in the history of cricket for the third time when five batsmen were bowled out of a team's start. Earlier this happened in the year 1879 and 1890 during the Ashes.

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Five Bold West Indies Batsmen


Batting against Bangladesh, five starters in the West Indies include Captain Craig Braithwaite (0), Kieran Powell (4), Simon Hope (10), Sunil Ambris (7) and Roston Chase (0). Brahthwaite and Sunil Ambris were bowled clean by Shakib Al Hasan while Powell, Simon Hope and Rossen Chase were dismissed by Morne Hassan. 

These five batsmen only gave away their wickets within just 29 runs. With these five batsmen getting out early, the West Indies team looks to be backfoot in this Test. Earlier, the Bangladesh team scored 508 runs in the first innings. Until the second day's game was over in the match, the West Indies team scored 75 runs for five wickets.