Only 38 balls were played on the second day due to rain and lack of light
Own representative, Dhaka, 6 December: Due to continuous rain and lack of light, only 38 balls were played on the second day of Bangladesh-Pakistan Dhaka Test. On the second day on Sunday, after the game of the first session was ruined, the ball was rolled on the field in the second session. After that only 38 balls were played. Later, the game was stopped again due to rain. In the end, the umpire and match referee ended the day at 3:02 pm.
Earlier, Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat on the first day of the match at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur. After playing 36 balls on Sunday, Pakistan's score stood at 188 for 2 in 63.2 overs. In other words, Pakistan made 27 runs off 38 balls.
Azhar Ali started the day with 36 and Captain Babar Azam with 60 runs. As far as the game was concerned on Sunday, Azhar finished the second day with 52 and Babar with 61 runs.
Thirty-three overs were not played on the first day of the test due to lack of light. On the first day, two openers Abid Ali (39) and Abdullah Shafiq (25) were dismissed. Bangladesh left-arm spinner Taizul Islam took both the wickets that fell to Pakistan.