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Pakistan Vs Bangladesh LIVE SCORE (test)

Pakistan Vs Bangladesh At Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi, 07 February, 2020

07 February, 2020
Starts (IST)
Match Ended

233/10 (82.5 ov)

168/10 (62.2 ov)

1st Test

445/10 (122.5 ov)

Pakistan beat Bangladesh by an innings and 44 runs

Bangladesh Pakistan
233/10 (82.5 ov) - R/R 2.81 445/10 (122.5 ov) - R/R 3.62
168/10 (62.2 ov) - R/R 2.69

Match Ended

Pakistan beat Bangladesh by an innings and 44 runs

This Over
0
0(W)
Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Ebadot Hossain not out 0 5 0 0
Bowling 0 M R W
Mohammad Abbas 17.4 6 33 1
Yasir Shah 17.2 3 58 4
Current Partnership Last Wicket 168/10 (62.2)

3 (3) R/R: 1.8

Abu Jayed 3(5)

Abu Jayed 3(9) S.R (33.33)

c Asad Shafiq b Yasir Shah

Highlights, Pakistan vs Bangladesh, 1st Test Day 4 at Rawalpindi, Full Cricket Score: Hosts win by an innings and 44 runs

  • FirstCricket Staff
  • February 10th, 2020
  • 12:53:09 IST

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Day 3 report: Pakistan fast bowler Naseem Shah became the youngest player to claim a Test hat-trick when he dismissed three Bangladesh batsmen with successive deliveries in Rawalpindi on Sunday.

Naseem, who turns 17 next week, removed Najmul Hossain, Taijul Islam and Mahmudullah before Bangladesh finished day three of the opening test on a precarious 126-6 and staring at an innings defeat.

Naseem Shah became the youngest player to claim a Test hat-trick on Day 3 of 1st Test. AP

Naseem Shah became the youngest player to claim a Test hat-trick on Day 3 of 1st Test. AP

Naseem (4-26) dismissed opener Saif Hassan earlier in the day but the right-arm quick reserved his best for the last hour at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium.

Having conceded a first-innings lead of 212, Bangladesh were showing signs of fight as they reached 124-2.

Bassem hit Najmul on the thigh pad with a moving delivery, and although the lbw appeal was turned down, Pakistan captain Azhar Ali opted to review the umpire’s decision and replays confirmed the ball would have hit the stumps.

Nightwatchman Taijul also fell lbw and Mahmudullah edged the next ball to Haris Sohail who took a smart low catch at slip as Naseem became the fourth Pakistani to claim a test hat-trick after Wasim Akram (twice), Abdul Razzaq and Mohammad Sami.

Bangladesh captain Mominul Haq (37) and Litos Das, who was yet to score, will resume on Monday hoping to muster at least the 86 runs needed to make Pakistan bat again.

Pakistan were all out for 445 in their first innings.

Babar Azam could not add to his overnight score of 143 and fell to the first ball of the day

Asad Shafiq was out for 65 and Haris made a fluent 75 while Abu Jayed and Rubel Hossain claimed three wickets apiece for Bangladesh.

With inputs from Reuters

Updated Date: February 10, 2020 12:53:09 IST

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