Bangladesh police investigate after Australia team bus is damaged

Bangladesh police investigate after Australia team bus is damaged

Bangladesh police investigate after Australia team bus is damaged

The left-hander combined for a 152-run stand with Peter Handscomb, who was run out on 82 with a brilliant direct hit from Shakib Al Hasan shortly before Warner reached his century.

Bangladesh, who are 13/2 to win the match and secure a 2-0 win, took the new ball as soon as it was available and Mustafizur Rahman almost tasted immediate success when he induced a lazy drive from Glenn Maxwell, but Mehidy Hasan spilled the catch at gully.

Just as he had been in the first Test, Maxwell was at the crease with his former Victorian teammate when the call to review was made. Agar's face revealed his realisation of the error he had made. As you all may know that Bangladesh got out and lost early wickets in the first innings and only scored 305 runs in the first innings.

Renshaw had barely got going when wicketkeeper Mushfiqur sprang to his right to snaffle his glancing shot one-handed off Mustafizur Rahman (1-45).

David Warner of Australia bats during day two of the second test against Bangladesh in Chittagong.

Smith fumed as he walked from the ground after leaving an inviting gap between bat and pad for Taijul to exploit in his first ball of the innings.

Peter Handscomb then continued where Smith had left off with an unbeaten 69 despite appearing to struggle with the heat as stumps approached.

Hasan (11) and Islam (9) helped Bangladesh surpass 300 before Lyon struck again to finish the Bangladesh innings, leaving Australia four overs to bat before lunch. By doing this, Lyon etched his name into the record books as he now has the most seven-fors in Asia by a visiting bowler in Test history.

The Australia cricket team suffered a major scare on their ongoing Test tour of Bangladesh after a small rock or stone was thrown at their bus in Chittagong on 4 September.

The Australia tail did not seem very comfortable batting against the Bangladesh spinners, who produced ample turn despite there being rain earlier the day, to confuse the batsmen and run through the line-up. "And towards the end of the day when you're like that and under stress it's about just getting through each ball, taking your time". "I thought Matthew Wade answered his critics really well in this game - a great stumping, a couple of catches, so that was pleasing for Matthew as well".

In an occasion as rare as the present one where the hosts have gone into the second Test with a series lead against a top Test side, Bangladesh clearly looked unimaginative and lacked the steam to stop Warner and Co. on a slow moving yet crucial second day.

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