Watch: Bangladesh made this big mistake in LIVE match, umpire gave India 5 free runs, Bangladesh Penalized

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The Indian team is in the driving seat after the game of the second day as they have stopped Bangladesh for 138/8 after the end of the 2nd day and they have a very high chance of taking a huge lead in this first inning.

They can even use follow-on as they might get the lead of more than 200 runs. Mohammad Siraj and Kuldeep were the standout bowlers who took 3 and 4 wickets respectively and put pressure on the Bangladesh team.

This mistake of Bangladesh gave India Penalty runs

A video of the Indian innings is going viral on the internet in which due to the mistake of Yashir Ali Indian team was awarded 5 penalty runs. It was an unintentional mistake and this interesting thing is going viral.

Ashwin played a shot near the slip on the ball of Taijul Islam and Yashir Ali was present at the slip. He run to catch the ball and he threw the ball from the third man but the ball hits the helmet near the keeper position and that’s why 5 penalty runs were awarded.

also read: Watch: Shubman Gill Caught A Surprising Catch In The Blink Of An Eye, Virat Kohli Couldn’t Believe

Indian team put on a huge total in the first inning:

Indian team put in a total of 404 runs in their first innings, it’s a very huge total on this pitch as the pitch is getting worse day by day. Indian batters made a remarkable comeback after a few early breakthroughs on day one.

Pujara and Shreyas Iyer were the starstarsday ones where they scored 90 and 86 runs respectively. However, it was Kuldeep Yadav’s 40 and Ashwin’s 58 runs that helped India to put in such a huge total.

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