Shameful record in the name of Bangladesh, this happened for the first time in the history of 145 years of Test cricket

Test Cricket Records: Bangladesh has become the first team in the history of Test cricket, whose 6 batsmen were dismissed without opening an account in an innings of two consecutive Test matches. Bangladesh’s innings was reduced to 103 runs on the first day of the Test match against West Indies on Thursday. In this, 6 players were out on a duck. Earlier, in the first innings of the last Test against Sri Lanka, 6 Bangladesh players could not open the account.

Bangladesh team is on West Indies tour
Bangladesh team is currently on West Indies tour. A Test match is being played between the two teams in North Sound here. Bangladesh’s innings was reduced to 103 on the very first day of the Test. Mahmudul, Najmool, Mominool, Nurul, Mustafizur and Khalid got out without scoring any runs. Captain Shakib Al Hasan played an innings of 51 runs to take Bangladesh past 100. Apart from Shakib, only Tamim Iqbal (29) and Litton Das (12) could touch the double digit. At the same time, Hasan Mirza returned to the pavilion after scoring 2 runs.

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