Umesh Yadav gave India the first breakthrough in the second innings by dismissing Nazmul Hussain Shanto during the fourth day of the first Test match being played in Chittagong. Shanto along with Zakir Hasan got Bangladesh off to a good start and added 119 runs for the first wicket.
Amazing catch by Rishabh Pant
India got their first wicket in the first ball of the 47th over when Umesh took an outside edge off Shanto and went to Virat Kohli at first slip. Kohli went to the right and tried to take the catch, but the ball was scattered. After which wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant standing nearby showed cleverness and caught the ball in the second attempt.
Let us tell you that this has happened for the first time when Bangladesh has made a century partnership for the first wicket in a Test match against India. Bangladesh opener Nazmul Hossain Shanto, who was dismissed on the first ball in the first innings, has impressed everyone with his batting in the second innings. He has batted with great understanding in the fourth innings. Whom everyone is praising now.
Batting on the fourth day of the match is not easy at all. Due to the pitch being old, there is a difference in the bounce of the ball. At the same time, due to the cracks lying on the pitch, the ball also gets extra rotation. But Shanton created panic by scoring a brilliant half-century on such a pitch. Shanton scored 67 runs in 156 balls. In which 7 fours were also seen from his bat.