Bangladesh's Mohammad Mahmudullah has smashed an unbeaten 96 against India before his side was dismissed for 233 on the first day of the second and final cricket test in Dhaka.
Bangladesh was floundering at 51-for-five in their first innings Sunday, before a resurgence by the tail end of its order. Mahmudullah hit 13 boundaries in 156 balls, but ran out of partners before he could score what would have been his maiden test century. India paceman Ishant Sharma took four-for-66 and fast bowler Zaheer Khan took three-for 62 to help restrict Bangladesh. In reply, India raced out to 69 without loss when stumps were drawn early for bad light. India leads the series 1-0 after beating Bangladesh by 113 runs in the first test in Chittagong.
Former member of Bangladesh national cricket team, a talented hard-hitting batsman, Yusuf Rezaur Rahman Babu, in an interview with Voice of America, spoke about the cricket test in Bangladesh.
Yusuf Babu currently resides in New York.