BAN vs PAK 2nd Test Day 1 : The terrible light finished play with Babar batting on 60 and Azhar Ali on 36.
Captain Babar Azam hit 50 years to assist Pakistan with recuperating from early difficulty and arrive at 161-2 against Bangladesh on the first day of the season of the subsequent test, which was stopped a few times for awful light and downpour on Saturday. The terrible light at long last finished play with Babar batting on 60 and Azhar Ali on 36.
BAN vs PAK 2nd Test Day 1: Left-arm spinner Taijul Islam (2-49) bowled splendidly in the first part of the day meeting to put Bangladesh on top after the guests appeared to be made a beeline for a major score. Openers Abid Ali and Abdullah Shafique raised 50-run organization in the primary hour as Babar chose for bat first in the wake of winning the throw.
Abid struck the initial three limits of the day as the Bangladeshi pacers blundered their length. Shafique hit the solitary six of the free day Taijul to join Abid in illuminating the scoreboard. In any case, Taijul broke the 59-run association, denying the pair’s third century-opening stand as his straight conveyance shook the stump of Shafique on 25.
After his 133 and 91 in the principal test, Abid had seemed set for one more enormous score however fell for 39 when Taijul again hit with a straight conveyance that didn’t turn however much he anticipated. Babar and Azhar endure a few precarious minutes at the start of their innings, especially against Taijul.
The hosts might have swung the force had Khaled Ahmed not put down an intense possibility, presented by Babar on 39 off left-arm spinner Shakib Al Hasan’s bowling.
Babar then, at that point, directed a length conveyance of offspinner Mehidy Hasan for a couple to arrive at his nineteenth test 50 off 75 balls.
Azhar, in the interim, looked unstable and was hit on his head protector by a bouncer of pacer Ebadot Hossain. In any case, he kept on batting to go with Babar in steadying the innings.