First Test: Bangladesh bowled out for 430 runs in the first innings against West Indies
Dhaka, February 4: A superb centuary by all-rounder Mehidy Hasan Miraj lower down the order helped Bangladesh put up 430 runs in the first innings before being bowled out by the visiting West Indies side.
In reply, West Indies have already lost two wickets for 75 runs.
Both the wickets were picked up by Mustafizur Rahman, who bowled eight overs while giving away 18 runs.
West Indies' Kraigg Brathwaite (49 not out) and Nkrumah Bonner (17 not out) have managed to keep the home team at bay in the last hour of play by stitching together a partnership of 51 runs off 110 deliveries.
Starting the day at 242 runs for the loss of five wickets, Bangladeshi batsmen did well to keep the West Indies bowlers at bay while adding nearly 200 runs for the remaining wickets.
While Mehidy Hasan Miraj starred with the bat with a superb 103 off 168 balls, senior pro Shakib Al Hasan scored a gritty 68 off 150 deliveries.
For West Indies, Warrican picked up four wickets, while Cornwall picked up 2 wickets.