BAN vs WI, 2nd Test
BAN vs WI, 2nd Test: Shannon Gabriel dismissed Soumya Sarkar for a duck in the first over of the innings.

Bangladesh vs West Indies, Second Test: Shannon Gabriel claimed two wickets and Alzarri Joseph proved his superb batting iron with a priceless batting to strengthen the West Indies in the second Test match against Bangladesh.

Shannon Gabriel claimed two wickets and Alzarri Joseph complemented his superb batting with a prized batting to put the West Indies firmly in the second Test against Bangladesh in Dhaka on Friday. West Indies in their first innings, Joshua da Silva (92), Nkrumah Bonner (90), and Joseph (82) scored 409 runs on the second day after Bangladesh dropped to 105-4 stumps on the second day. . Mushfiqur Rahim was batting with Mohammad Mithun for 27, helping to prevent further embarrassment after the initial loss to Bangladesh.

The hosts still need 104 runs to avoid a follow-on.

Gabriel dismissed opener Soumya Sarkar in the first over of the innings and then dismissed Nazmul Hussain for four in the next over.

Tamim Iqbal and Mominul Haq repaired the loss with 56 runs for the third wicket before dismissing off-spinner Rahkem Cornwall.

He was caught by De Silva as soon as Moinul fell for 21.

Josef added to Bangladesh’s problems by dismissing Tamim for 44 in the next over.

Da Silva, Joseph and Nakarma Bonner had already come close for centuries, as the West Indies dominated Bangladesh to add 186 runs in two seasons in which they batted before being all out.

Resuming at 223-5, Don Silva and Joseph added 118 runs for the seventh wicket, after Bonner missed an overnight half-century thanks to his career-best innings.

Seamer Abu Zayed and left-arm spinner Taizul Islam finished with 4-98 and 4-108 respectively, helping Bangladesh pull out the West Indies during the tea break.

Off-spinner Mehdi Hassan denied Bonner with his first Test century, scoring 90 off 209 deliveries after the right-hander resumed on 74 runs.

Mithun took a good catch at the leg slip as Bonner scored his second half-century in as many innings after seven innings.

Da Silva made his 50-run knock in 86, with a reverse sweep before Mehdi was bowled for 92.

Joseph, batting aggressively, was soon dismissed by wicketkeeper Litton Das. He hit eight fours and five sixes in his 108-ball innings.

Zayed and Taijul soon wrapped up the West Indies innings with the wickets of Jomel Warikan (two) and Shannon Gabriel (eight).

Viewers won the first Test in Chittagong sensationally by three wickets, making 395-7 in the fourth innings in Chase, the fifth most successful run in the 144-year history of Test cricket.

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