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  • 5:01 PM IST

    400 runs in the day for India: Yes, Bangladesh did get Agarwal out and Ebadat Hossain finally picked up a wicket by bowling Wriddhiman Saha, but this Indian batting runs deep. Ravindra Jadeja’s brisk half-century coupled with Umesh Yadav’s belligerent 25 off nine with three sixes have ensured India have crossed 400 runs in the day. They end the day on 493 for 6, ahead Bangladesh by 342 runs. Star of the the day… no prizes for guessing, it’s Mayank Agarwal.

  • 4:31 PM IST

    OUT! A wicket at last for Mehidy Hasan and Bangladesh. And it’s a big one as Mayank Agarwal perishes in the deep, going for a record NINTH six. His marathon knock finally comes to an end but not before Agarwal has surpassed Sunil Gavaskar’s career-best. India lose their fifth wicket for 432, and the lead stands at an imposing 282.

  • 4:24 PM IST

    India getting a move on: Not that they weren’t scoring briskly earlier, but Agarwal and Jadeja have really tucked into the Bangladesh bowlers. It’s almost incredible seeing how everytime Agarwal decides to take the aerial route, he gets himself a six. He’ s hit eight in the innings already and has tied with Navjot Sidhu for scoring the most sixes by and Indian batsman in a Test inning.

    Ravindra Jadeja has moved to 38 off 58 with a couple of sixes of his own. India are ruthlessly pressing Bangladesh under those big bats.
  • 3:50 PM IST

    Second Test Double for Mayank Agarwal, brings it up in style – with a six over long on. He’s only into his eighth Test and he has two 200-plus scores already. Only Vinod Kambli has played less Tests for two Test doubles – 8.

  • 3:41 PM IST

    Is Agarwal the opener India had been long yearning for? Considering his string of scores, absolutely. He’s got everything right going for him in his first few Test matches. A wonderful start abroad, followed by an almost unstoppable run at home. He’s already gotten a Test double century last month and is approaching another. India have gone beyond 350, lead crossing 200,

  • 2:53 PM IST

    Rahane Misses Ton: Outside off and Rahane slaps the ball straight to Taijul Islam at deep point. He would be gutted to get out for 86 and miss a hundred there. Fourth wicket from Abu Jayed, also his career-best figures in Tests. India 316 for 4.

  • 2:23 PM IST

    Tea on Day 2: India have played out a spotless second session to reach 303/3 at tea on Day 2 of the Indore Test. Mayank Agarwal has continued his dream run reaching his third Test hundred, assisted by Ajinkya Rahane’s half-century – his third in three innings. At the break, India lead Bangladesh by 152 runs, scoring 115 runs post lunch at a healthy rate of 3.83 with Rahane and Agarwal involved in an unbeaten 184-run partnership.

  • 1:30 PM IST

    India go past 250: And there seems to be no stopping Mayank Agarwal. He’s been pretty constant with his boundary hitting, especially against spinner, excelling with the use of his feet. However, he has gone down, perhaps a bit of a back issue and is being tended to by physio. India’s lead has crossed 100.

  • 1:02 PM IST

    Ajinkya Rahane brings up his 21st half-century, off 105 balls. India 225/3, lead by 75 runs. His recent scores against Bangladesh – 50*, 28, 82 and 98. The partnership is now 106 between him and Agarwal for the fourth wicket.

  • 12:38 PM IST

    Third Test century for Agarwal: It’s been quite a start for Mayank Agarwal in Test matches as he brings up his third century – off 183 balls. He’s been pretty phenomenal since making his debut late last year. This is also the ninth time in 10 Tests that an Indian opener has scored a century against Bangladesh. India cross 200 – they are now 206/3 with the lead of 56 runs.

Live cricket score India vs Bangladesh, IND vs BAN 1st Test, Day 2, Holkar Stadium, Indore, November 15

IND vs BAN Day 2 Recap

Bowlers came to the party before Cheteshwar Pujara and Mayank Agarwal consolidated India’s position as the Virat Kohli-led hosts flattened Bangladesh on the first day of the first Test at the Holkar Cricket Stadium in Indore on Thursday.

While Ishant Sharma, R Ashwin and Umesh Yadav scalped two wickets each, Mohammed Shami was the pick of the bowlers and picked up three wickets as India, bowling first, bundled out Bangladesh for a paltry total of 150.

Bangladesh skipper Mominul Haque won the toss and elected to bat on a pitch that Kohli termed “spicy” for the pacers. Bangladesh’s decision backfired as Umesh and Ishant tested the openers – Shadman Islam and Imrul Kayes -before dismissing them in the successive overs.

Shami then gave India their third wicket before lunch as he trapped Mohammad Mithun before the wickets for 13. Skipper Haque and Mushfiqur Rahim then added 68 runs together, riding their luck as India dropped a number of catches.

However, R Ashwin broke the stand as he disturbed the timber to remove the left-hander for 37. Mahmudullah was the next man to get out as Ashwin scalped his second wicket of the innings.

While Bangladesh were five down till the two balls before tea, Shami’s brilliance with the ball reduced them to 140/7 at the break. Indian pacer first dismissed Rahim with a cracker of delivery and then got Mehidy Hasan out LBW on the next delivery. The last wickets could only add 10 runs as Bangladesh were bowled out for 150.

Although India lost Rohit Sharma early, Pujara and Agarwal, who was dropped at the close of play, denied Bangladesh any more success before stumps. The two stitched an unbeaten 72-run stand. While Agarwal remained not out on 37, Pujara, who scored at a brisk pace, was unbeaten on 43 at stumps.