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In Pics | IND vs BAN 1st Test, Day 2 Highlights: Mayank's double-hundred gives India huge lead

Catch all the top moments from Day 2 of the first Test between India and Bangladesh being played at Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore.

Mayank Agarwal and Cheteshwar Pujara resumed India’s innings on Day 2 of the 1st Test against Bangladesh at the Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore. At the start of play, India were trailing Bangladesh by just 64 runs with 9 wickets in hand. Pujara completed a quick-fire fifty in just the 2nd over of the day with back-to-back boundaries. His half-century came off just 68 balls. (Image: AP)
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Mayank Agarwal and Cheteshwar Pujara resumed India’s innings on Day 2 of the 1st Test against Bangladesh at the Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore. At the start of play, India were trailing Bangladesh by just 64 runs with 9 wickets in hand. Pujara completed a quick-fire fifty in just the 2nd over of the day with back-to-back boundaries. His half-century came off just 68 balls. (Image: AP)

Pujara was dismissed soon after completing his fifty as Abu Jayed drew a thick outside edge which was taken by the fielder at gully. Jayed then landed another heavy blow in his very next over when he trapped Indian captain Virat Kohli LBW. The decision wasn’t initially given but Jayed convinced his captain to go for the review and the move paid off. Kohli was just a tad slow in his attempted flick across the line and had to return back on a second-ball duck. (Image: AP)
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Pujara was dismissed soon after completing his fifty as Abu Jayed drew a thick outside edge which was taken by the fielder at gully. Pujara returned with 54 off 72 balls. (Image: AP)

Jayed then landed another heavy blow in his very next over when he trapped Indian captain Virat Kohli LBW. The decision wasn’t initially given but Jayed convinced his captain to go for the review and the move paid off. Kohli was just a tad slow in his attempted flick across the line and had to return back on a second-ball duck. (Image: AP)
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Jayed then landed another heavy blow in his very next over when he trapped Indian captain Virat Kohli LBW. The decision wasn’t initially given but Jayed convinced his captain to go for the review and the move paid off. Kohli was just a tad slow in his attempted flick across the line and had to return back on a second-ball duck. (Image: AP)

Agarwal and Ajinkya Rahane then took India to 188/3 at Lunch. Agarwal was batting on 91 while Rahane had made 35. (Image: AP)
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Agarwal and Ajinkya Rahane then took India to 188/3 at Lunch. Agarwal was batting on 91 while Rahane had made 35. (Image: AP)

Agarwal continued his rich form and brought up the third Test century in only his 12th inning in the 60th over. His 100 came off just 183 balls with 15 fours and 1 six. The Rahane-Agarwal partnership went past the 100-run mark from just 200 balls as the two batsmen continued to frustrate the Bangladesh bowlers. (Image: AP)
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Agarwal continued his rich form and brought up the third Test century in only his 12th inning in the 60th over. His 100 came off just 183 balls with 15 fours and 1 six. The Rahane-Agarwal partnership went past the 100-run mark from just 200 balls as the two batsmen continued to frustrate the Bangladesh bowlers. (Image: AP)

As the batting became easier, Rahane had moved beyond his fifty and Mayank stretched his score beyond 150 as India moved to a position of command. (Image: AP)
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As the batting became easier, Rahane had moved beyond his fifty and Mayank stretched his score beyond 150 as India moved to a position of command. The two batsmen remained not-out when the Tea was called with India at 303/3 with lead going beyond 153 runs. (Image: AP)

Bangladesh finally managed to break the Rahane-Agarwal stand soon after Tea in the 86th over. Once again it was Abu Jayed who picked the first 3 wickets who provided the breakthrough. Rahane was looking to cut the shorter delivery but found the man at deep point. The Indian vice-captain returned with 86 off 172 balls. (Image: AP)
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Bangladesh finally managed to break the Rahane-Agarwal stand soon after Tea in the 86th over. Once again it was the bowler who picked the first 3 wickets, Abu Jayed, who provided the breakthrough. Rahane was looking to cut the shorter delivery but found the man at deep point. The Indian vice-captain returned with 86 off 172 balls. (Image: AP)

Nothing affected Mayank though as he continued his rich vein of form and got to his double-hundred with a monstrous six against Mehidy Hasan. (Image: AP)
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Nothing affected Mayank though as he continued his rich vein of form and got to his double-hundred with a monstrous six against Mehidy Hasan. (Image: AP)

Mayank's marathon innings came to an end when he mistimed a slog sweep against a delivery by Mehidy Hasan and the ball was caught by Abu Jayed. Mayank was given a warm sent-off by Bangladesh players as he walked back after making 243 off 330. His innings was studded with 28 boundaries and 8 sixes. (Image: AP)
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Mayank's marathon innings came to an end when he mistimed a slog sweep against a delivery by Mehidy Hasan and the ball was caught by Abu Jayed. Mayank was given a warm send-off by Bangladesh players as he walked back after making 243 off 330. His innings was studded with 28 boundaries and 8 sixes, equaling the record set by Navjot Sidhu in 1994 for most sixes by an Indian in a Test innings. Wriddhiman Saha could not last long as he was dismissed by Ebadat Hossain on 12. India were 454/6 when Saha walked back. (Image: AP)

Ravindra Jadeja
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Ravindra Jadeja notched his fifty towards the close of the play. Pace bowler Umesh Yadav entertained the crowd with 3 maximums as India reached 493/6 taking a commanding lead of 343 runs at Stumps. Jadeja was not-out on 60 and Umesh was playing on 25. (Image: AP)

First Published on Nov 15, 2019 06:20 pm
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