The hosts India completed the whitewash in the two-match Test series against the visitors Bangladesh after winning their historic first-ever day/night pink-ball Test match at Eden Gardens (Kolkata), which was also the second and final Test of the series.
Bangladesh started day three on their overnight score of 152/6. Indian pacer Umesh Yadav took all the three wickets of the day as Bangladesh were bundled out for 195 runs (on day two, Mahmudullah was retired hurt). India won this match by an innings and 46 runs.
Mushfiqur Rahim was the only man who showed some character in Bangladesh batting. Starting the day on his overnight score of 59 runs, Rahim scored 74 runs (13 fours) before losing his wicket.
Umesh Yadav (5/53) bagged five wickets in that innings while Ishant Sharma (4/56) finished with four wickets in that innings.
India dominated right from the day one of this historic Test match
After winning the toss, Bangladesh captain Mominul Haque chose to bat first on Friday (22nd November) afternoon. Ishant Sharma-led the dominant Indian pacers in that innings and bundled out the visitors for just 106 runs. Apart from the opener Shadman Islam (29), wicketkeeper-batsman Liton Das (24) and Nayeem Hasan (19), all other batsmen failed to reach the double-digit score.
Ishant Sharma (5/22) took five wickets in that innings and it was his second five-wicket haul at home. Also, Umesh Yadav (3/29) and Mohammed Shami (2/36) picked up three and two wickets respectively.
In reply, India declared their first innings on 347/9 with the lead of 241 runs. Indian captain Virat Kohli scored 136 runs off 194 balls (18 fours). Also, Cheteshwar Pujara (55) and Test vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane (51) scored half-centuries in that innings.
Among the Bangladesh bowlers, Al-Amin Hossain (3/85) and Ebadat Hossain (3/91) took three wickets each in that innings.
The tall Indian pacer Ishant Sharma took nine wickets in that innings.
Earlier, the hosts won the first Test of this series by an innings and 130 runs at Indore.
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