Pakistan declare first innings 300/4 on day 4
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Pakistan declared their first innings after touching 300 runs on day four of the Dhaka Test. The visitors were on 188 for two. They added 112 runs and lost two more wickets.
Ebadat Hossain dismissed Azhar Ali in his very first over of the day. Azhar Ali scored 56 runs before leaving the ground.
Khaled Ahmed struck in the 68th over and removed Pakistan skipper Babar Azam. It was his maiden Test wicket.
The ball hit the pad and Babar Azam was given out. He bagged 76 runs before going back to the pavilion.
Fawad Alam and Mohammad Rizwan were in the middle. Both remained unbeaten with 50 and 53 runs respectively.
Earlier, on day one, Pakistan scored 161 runs after losing two wickets at tea on day one. Taijul Islam dismissed both the openers in the first session. Later the day was called off due to bad light.
Only 38 balls were bowled on the rain-affected second day. The visitors added 27 runs and lost no wicket.
Day three was washed away. Players didn’t even come to the ground. After day three, Pakistan were 188 for 2.
Pakistan: 300/4 (Declared)
Fawad Alam: 50*
Mohammad Rizwan: 53*