Bangladesh vs Australia: Ball by Ball Live Cricket Update (Day 3)

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29 August, 2017 10:23 AM

Bangladesh vs Australia: Ball by Ball Live Cricket Update (Day 3)

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Bangladesh and Australia are meeting in a Test for the first time in over a decade. Catch all live score and live updates ball by ball of Day 3 of the first Test match of two match Test series between Bangladesh and Australia, being held at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka.


Bangladesh (1st innings): 260 in 78.5 overs (Shakib 84, Tamim 71, Nasir 23; Agar 3/46, Cummins 3/63, Lyon 3/79).

Bangladesh (2nd innings): 221 in 74 overs (Tamim 78, Mushfiqur 41, Mehidy 26; Lyon 6/82, Agar 2/46, Cummins 1/38)

Australia (1st innings): 217 in 74.5 overs (Renshaw 45, Agar 41*, Handscomb 33; Shakib 5/68, Mehidy 3/62, Taijul 1/32)


Bangladesh Team

1 Tamim Iqbal, 2 Soumya Sarkar, 3 Imrul Kayes, 4 Sabbir Rahman, 5 Mushfiqur Rahim (capt & wk), 6 Shakib Al Hasan, 7 Nasir Hossain, 8 Mehidy Hasan, 9 Taijul Islam, 10 Shafiul Islam, 11 Mustafizur Rahman

Australia Team

1 David Warner, 2 Matt Renshaw, 3 Usman Khawaja, 4 Steven Smith (capt), 5 Peter Handscomb, 6 Glenn Maxwell, 7 Matthew Wade (wk), 8 Ashton Agar, 9 Pat Cummins, 10 Josh Hazlewood, 11 Nathan Lyon.



Here are the live updates of the first Test between the Tigers and The Aussies


Day 3: 3rd Session

5:14pm (Local Time): Australia need 165 runs. With 217 & 100/2 (26.2 overs target 265).

4:49pm (Local Time): David Warner reaches his half-century. After Shakib, Mehidy provide early breakthroughs for Bangladesh in Australia second innings.

4:05pm (Local Time): Australia two down. UT Khawaja 1 (6) was the last for Tigers in the Mirpur. Fall of Wicket:28/2 (9.2 overs). AUS 217, 28/2 (9.3 olvers). 

3:35pm (Local Time): Australia 2nd InningsThe Aussies are taking Bangladesh spinners in their second innings. AUS 217, 8/0 (1.2 Ovs). 

3:25pm (Local Time): Day 3: Innings Break - Bangladesh lead by 264 runs. Bangladesh 260 & 221 .

3:10pm (Local Time): Day 3: 3rd Session - Bangladesh lead by 250 runs.


Day 3: 2nd Session

2:40pm (Local Time):  It is Tea Break and Bangladesh lead by 248 runs.

2:34pm(Local Time): Bangladesh lead by 244 runs, 201/8 (72.4 Ovs). After Mehidy Hasan smartly done his job hitting three consecutive boundaries.  

2:22pm (Local Time): Sabbir Rahman 22 (36) departs. Fall of Wicket:186/8 (69.1 overs).

2: 16pm (Local Time): Ashton  Agar to Nasir Hossain. Caught by Wade. He also frustrated Bangladesh. Some grim faces in the crowd. Bangladesh 260, 186/7 (69.0 overs). Mehidy Hasan, the right handed bat, comes to the crease.  Bangladesh lead by 229 runs.  

2:12pm (Local Time): Mushfiqur Rahim 41 (114) run out.

1:46pm(Local Time): Bangladesh lead by 211 runs. Tigers fighting with172/5 (62.1 overs).

1:12pm (Local Time): Shakib Al Hasan 5 (11). Caught by Pat Cummins and it was a frustration for Tigers. Fall of Wicket:143/5 (55.5 overs). The Aussies are pumped up with Shakib wicket.

12:52pm (Local Time): Tamim gone, caught by Matthew Wade (wk). Tamim Iqbal 78 (155). Fall of Wicket:135/4 (52.1 overs).

12:45pm (Local Time):  Bangladesh lead by 178 runs. Tigers 260, 135/3 (51.3 Ovs).



Day 3: 1st Session

12:00pm(Local Time): Bangladesh 260,133/3 (50.0 Ovs). It is lunch break now and end of the session-1 of Day-3. Bangladesh lead by 176 runs with 7 wickets remaining.  

11:30am (Local Time): Bangladesh lead by 157 runs. Tigers scored 115/3 after 46 overs. 

10:57am (Local Time): Opener Tamim hits his self-styled fifty again. The Tiger who inspires the pack.

10:49am (Local Time): Left-handed batsman Imrul Kayes frustrated Tigers 2 (18).  Fall of Wicket:67/3 (33.2 overs)

10:38am(Local Time): Bangladesh lead by 108 runs with 8 wickets remaining. Tigers 260, 65/2 (31.0 overs).

10: 25am (Local Time): Tigers lost Taijul Islam in his 4 runs off 22 balls. Fall of Wicket:61/2 (27.1 overs).

10:00am (Local Time): Bangladesh and Aussie team started playing the Day 3: 1st Session with Bangladesh one down.


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