B’desh 339-8 (114 ovs) vs India 687-6d | Scorecard
Taijul pulls a short ball from Umesh behind square on the leg side for a four before the pacer gets revenge two balls later.
A good short ball which Taijul looks to duck under but it kisses the gloves before it is pouched by wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha.
So far, it has gone to plan for the Indians with the pacers striking early and they would be hoping to finish off the remaining two wickets and bundle out Bangladesh cheaply.
10:19 Bangladesh lose early wicket on Day 4:
B’desh 334-7 (113 ovs) vs India 687-6d | Scorecard
Welcome the coverage of Day 4 of the one-off Test between India and Bangladesh in Hyerabad, on Sunday.
Apologies for the delay which was due to some technical issues.
Pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar gave India a perfect start on Day 4 with the wicket of Mehedi Hasan Miraz in the first over of the day. He bowled a superb inswinger which came in late and breached through the right-hander’s defences to bowl him after a fine innings of 51 from 107 balls, inclusive of 10 fours.
There is a huge appeal off the very next ball against new batsman Taijul Islam, as the umpire turns down the call but India take the DRS. However, it turns out to be a poor review with the ball pitching outside the leg stump and it stays with the umpire’s decision.
Captain Mushfiqur Rahim takes a single off the first ball of the next over bowled by Umesh Yadav for the first run of the day before Taijul watchfully plays out the over.