Ravichandran Ashwin and Rohit Sharma hit new landmarks as India put up a near-complete performance to put India in the pole position of India vs Bangladesh 1st Test at the end of Day 1. Ashwin equalled Muttiah Muralitharan’s record of becoming the fastest bowler to take 250 Test wickets at home beating compatriot and former Indian captain Anil Kumble to the record. Ashwin’s feat added to some terrific bowling by India’s pace trio helped India bundle Bangladesh under two and a half session on the opening day of the first IND vs BAN Test match. Rohit added a new feather to his already illustrious hat but couldn’t celebrate it with a good batting performance. India Vs Bangladesh, Live Cricket Score 1st Test Match.
While Rohit’s poor outing with the bat was one little blip in an otherwise perfect opening day for the hosts, Bangladesh were left with lots to ponder about, after getting bowled out for just 150 runs on board. Mushfiqur Rahim (43) and Mominul Haque (37) added 60% of those runs with the duo stitching the visitors’ only half-century run stand. Mushfiqur also was Bangladesh’s highest run-scorer in the first innings. IND vs BAN, 1st Test 2019: Virat Kohli and Co Outplay the Bangla Tigers, India in Driver’s Seat at Stumps on Day 1.
None of the other batsmen crossed 30-run mark with the openers dismissed for six runs each and the lower order combining to score 10 runs. Imrul Kayes, who was one of the openers dismissed for six runs has now gone 28 innings without a Test fifty. Take a look at all the records that fell or were created on Day 1 of the 1st IND vs BAN Test match.
# Mominul Haque Made His Captaincy Debut For Bangladesh in any forms of International Cricket. He replaced the now banned Shakib Al Hasan.
# Rohit Sharma Made his 350th International Appearance for India.
# Imrul Kayes was dismissed by Ajinkya Rahane for six runs. Kayes has now Gone 11 Test matches and 23 innings without a Test Fifty.
# Mushfiqur Rahim fell just seven runs short of scoring his 20th Test half-century.
#Ravichandran Ashwin Equalled Muttiah Muralitharan's record of becoming the fastest bowler to complete 250 Test wickets. Both players achieved the feat in 42 Test matches.
#Ashwin is also the fastest Indian to reach the milestone. He beat Anil Kumble, who took 43 Test matches to complete the landmark. Ashwin now has 251 wickets in India from 42 Test matches.
India finished Day 1 of the 1st India vs Bangladesh on 86/1 with Rohit Sharma the only wicket to fall. Cheteshwar Pujara (43*) and Mayank Agarwal (37*) were the two men at the crease. Both have already stitched 72 runs for the second wicket and loo set towards a century-run partnership.