Tigers bundled out for 150, India bat again

Tigers bundled out for 150, India bat again

Bangladesh were bowled out for 150 in reply to India's 404 in the morning session of the third day of the first Test in the two-match series against India at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium on Friday.

Mehedi Hasan Miraz's resistance of 25 runs came to an end as he was the last one to go. He went down the wicket for a big shot only to miss it completely off Axar Patel as Rishabh Pant broke the stumps.

Left-arm spinner Kuldeep Yadav stood out picking up his third five-wicket haul in Tests as he nicked off Ebadot Hossain early in the morning.

India had the option to enforce the follow-on but skipper KL Rahul opted to bat again with a considerable lead of 254 runs.

Bangladesh started the third day on 133-8 and managed to carry on for 12 overs while adding 17 runs.