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Bangladesh trail by 97 runs with 5 wickets remaining

Bangladesh 144/5, trail by 97 runs

Published: 23 Nov 2019 Updated: 23 Nov 2019   

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Bangladesh were 15/4 in their second innings of the Day/Night Test against India at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Saturday.

At the tea on the second day, the embattled visitors were trailing by 234 runs with eight wickets remaining.

India declared their first innings at 347/9 to take a lead of 241 after bowling out Bangladesh for 106.

Brief Score:

Bangladesh: 106 all out in 30.3 overs and 7/2 in 5 overs

India 1st Innings: 347 for 9 in 89.4 overs (Virat Kohli 136; Al-Amin Hossain 3/85, Ebadat Hossain 3/91).

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