Razzak-Taijul share 8-wkt to diminish Lankans supremacy


Sports Desk:

Bangladesh’s spin strength diminished the visiting Sri Lankans batting supremacy claiming all wickets for 222 in 65.3 overs in the middle of the 1st day’s 3rd session in the 1st innings of the decider match of a two-Test series.

Country’s veteran left-handed spinner Abdur Razzak got four-for on his Test return for the national side after an around four-year break and another left-arm spinner Taijul Islam dismissed identical four wickets while cutter master Mustafizur Rahman got the remaining two wickets to tackle the upper-hand Sri Lanka at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur on Thursday.

Sri Lanka opened the 1st innings with bat after winning the toss and equally lost eight wickets in the first two sessions while the rest two wickets in the 3rd session on the day.

The visitors scored 105 off 31st over of the first session, 100 off 26.1 overs in the second session before ending the innings in the middle of the 3rd session adding 17 runs more off 8.2 overs.unb


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