Shame could not be avoided

Shame could not be avoided

After losing 4 wickets for 6 runs and finishing the fourth day, Bangladesh went down to bat this morning and lost all their wickets for only 6 runs. 101 runs had to be made to avoid the follow-on.

That means 14 runs were behind. After the failure of the batsmen in the first Test, Bangladesh’s goal was to make some changes in the second Test. But after Chittagong, the same screenplay is in Mirpur.

The faithful middle order is also the only place of hope in the procession of successive failures of the top order. In a rain-affected match on Tuesday (December 6), Pakistan declared their first innings at 300 for four. In response, the Tigers went down to bat and the batting was in trouble from the beginning.

Just to add 30 runs to the scoreboard, the first four batsmen went back to the dressing room. Then the situation of the team got worse. The believers could not stand in front of the Pakistani bowlers. The procession of failure started with the anointed Mahmudul Hasan Joy. After the failure of the batsmen in the first Test, he was given a chance in the second Test. But he returned empty-handed in his Test debut.

This member of the Under-19 World Cup-winning team could not score any runs after playing 6 balls. Mahmudul gave an easy catch to Babar Azam, who was standing on the slip, with a poke as he was hanging off the off stump of Pakistan’s off-break bowler Sajid Khan. And then went back to the home.

Another opener Sadman Islam could not last long after the victory. The Chittagong cricketer was uncomfortable from the beginning. That could happen. Sadman gave the second success to Sajid Khan by playing a loose shot.

Sadman caught substitute fielder Hasan Ali on the point while playing a cut shot outside the off-stump. Before being dismissed, he played 28 balls and scored only 3 runs. After that, captain Mominul was run out and returned with only 1 run.

Muminul may not even remember the last time he played well. After Chittagong, the chariot of his failure is also running in Dhaka. In Chittagong, Mushfiqur played a great inning with Liton Das. But he could not do much in the Dhaka Test.

Sajid Khan’s ball had escaped the hawk of being lbw one ball earlier. Playing a slog sweep, he caught Fawad Alam for a short mid-wicket. Then the others have only made the procession of failure bigger.

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