Naseem Shah’s hat-trick turned head all over the Twitter, with some of the biggest names in world cricket congratulating the 16-year-old for his record shattering feat
Bangladesh had their greatest day of the Test, and were near being the group that gained most ground on the day, prior to a late cap stunt from 16-year-old Naseem Shah set off a breakdown where they lost four wickets for two runs. They were left reeling at stumps, 86 behind with just four wickets close by. Naseem turned into the most youthful man to step through an Exam cap stunt.
Every one of the three of Naseem’s cap stunt wickets were worked around his express pace. He burst one through Najmul Hossain Shanto’s resistances from around the wicket, and had some help from chief Azhar Ali who effectively looked into a not-out choice on the lbw. Next ball, he got nightwatchman Taijul Islam in front with a yorker, before terminating a full straight conveyance outside off that was met with an awkward hack from Mahmudullah which wound up from the start slip.
Naseem strolled off the pitch two balls after that over with a niggle, yet he had altogether imprinted Bangladesh. As though the score of 126 for 5 didn’t make that clear, Mohammad Mithun, the most elevated scorer in the principal innings, figured out how to affirm it completely: he was out bowled, attempting to trudge a Yasir Shah googly one ball before stumps.
It was an acrid end for Bangladesh, who were on course for completing a decent day with wickets close by and the greater part the deficiency deleted as Shanto and Mominul Haque looked strong through a 71-run represent the third wicket. Prior in the day, they had permitted Pakistan to add just 103 to their medium-term score of 342 for 3.
The last session started with Tamim Iqbal demonstrating looks at the structure that helped him make a triple-century in five star cricket toward the beginning of the month. Be that as it may, Yasir’s presentation straight after tea demonstrated crucial in rejecting him, as the legspinner’s around the wicket, jittery conveyances had Tamim in two personalities all through the brief time frame during which he confronted Yasir. Having quite recently endure a top-edge attempting to trudge clear him, Tamim wound up playing an inappropriate line on the back foot and was caught in front before long.
Yasir, who has famously been rotten in late Tests, just as in the main innings of this one, hoped to have discovered a portion of his old verve back during that spell. However, Shanto and Mominul – both – were undaunted in resistance against his around-the-wicket line, and positive about assault. Mominul took the more universal scoring choices, prefering to hit straight, remembering a clean lobbed roll over mid-for. Shanto, then again, was progressively excited about the scope, including a consummately nailed invert clear from the unpleasant outside off. Yet, just Mominul made it to stumps.
Naseem had before got this show on the road ball to remain low in the passage toward the beginning of his spell, and afterward bowled debutant Saif Hassan for 16, having stuck him to the wrinkle. In any case, excepting that ball, the surface kept on looking batting inviting as Pakistan’s quick bowlers discovered not even close to a similar help that Bangladesh’s seamers had found in the first part of the day.
In the main session, Bangladesh’s seamers drove the postponed opposition from the guests, getting three wickets as the four-over old ball hooped around in the primary hour. Abu Jayed, who took two of the three wickets that had fallen on Saturday, got medium-term centurion Babar Azam somewhere between a cut and a leave off the second wad of the day to have him gotten from the outset slip.
Ebadat Hossain’s battles from day two appeared to have evaporated and without precedent for the match, Mominul had the option to apply continued weight on Pakistan. Ebadat bowled nine overs in his first spell, seven of those pair with Jayed, and before the finish of the period, Asad Shafiq, the other medium-term batsman, had fallen for 65.
Rubel Hossain, who took three wickets, had Mohammad Rizwan top-edging to fine leg off his first wad of the day and Pakistan were diminished to 374 for 6. Haris Sohail then made a counterattacking 75 off 103 and made the majority of the 71 runs included by the last four wickets as the lower request disintegrated around him.
After some broad watchfulness toward the beginning, Sohail opened up following Rizwan’s wicket. From 12 off 39 at the savors break the principal session, Sohail hustled to his fifty off 71 balls, helped along by a non-advance when he had edged a conveyance toward the beginning of this innings.
He broadened his initial two-digit score since the as of late finished up Australia arrangement into an energetic, positive thump at a strike rate barely short of 73 Sohail’s innings was described by attractive passing through the spreads, and the majority of his uncommon goes through the leg side fell off two sixes against the left-arm spinner Taijul Islam, with fast feet to find a good pace of hurled up conveyances. He hit seven fours and two sixes before holing out at profound midwicket to Taijul.