In the ongoing Test match between India and Bangladesh, in the first Test at Chattogram, Team India scored for 258 runs in their second innings. India has now taken a lead of 512 runs in this match.
In this Test match, the Indian team has made a huge lead of 512 runs for the Bangladeshi team. India’s second innings saw a brilliant batting performance by Shubman Gill and Cheteshwar Pujara.
Shubman Gill added a total of 110 runs in 152 balls with the help of 10 fours and 3 sixes in the second innings and Pujara scored an unbeaten 102 runs in 130 balls with the help of 13 fours.
Pujara and Gill scored centuries in an aggressive manner.
In the first Test match of India vs Bangladesh, came out to bat on the third day and the Indian team got off to a great start. Team opener captain KL Rahul and Shubman Gill shared a 70-run partnership for the first wicket. Surprisingly, the batsman Rahul could not manage to make a big score even in the second innings and got out after scoring 23 runs.
After the dismissal of KL Rahul, Gill and Pujar pair started scoring fast runs for Team India. There was also a brilliantly matched century partnership between the two in this match. Gill started his international cricket career by scoring the first century of his Test career against Bangladesh. After scoring a century, Gill was dismissed after scoring 110 runs in a short time.
But Cheteshwar Pujara on the second left for Team India. He also played an unbeaten century of 102 runs in this match, this century of Pujara was 51, whose name came after Riya. On the basis of century of Pujara and Gill, India declared the second innings for 258 runs.
With the declaration of the second innings at 258 runs, Team India’s total lead in this match has increased to 512 runs. Bangladesh will have to score 513 runs to win this match. Looking at the way India bowled in the first innings, it looks doubtful for Bangladesh to reach the target or even draw the match. But it is not appropriate to predict cricket match here because anything can happen in a moment. is feeling.