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India vs Bangladesh, Hyderabad Test: Stumps at Day 2, Visitors trail by 646 runs after losing first wicket

Skipper Virat Kohli Continued With His Demolition Act, Inching Towards A Well-deserved Double Hundred, As India Reached A Commendable 477/4 At Lunch On The Second Day Of Their One-off Test Against Bangladesh In Hyderabad.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Prakhar Sharma | Updated on: 10 Feb 2017, 04:45:21 PM
India vs Bangladesh test match, day 2: Team celebrating (source: Getty)

New Delhi:

Skipper Virat Kohli continued with his demolition act, achieving another feat with a well-deserved double hundred, as India declared their first innings at 687 for six on the second day of the one-off cricket Test against Bangladesh in Hyderabad on Friday.   

Earlier, at stumps on day 1, India were 356 for 3 with Skipper Virat Kohli is batting on 111 and fans are expecting double hundred from him.

In this match, Kohli achieved the record of becoming third Indian player to score 1000 runs in a home season after Gavaskar (1027 in 1978/79) and Sehwag (1105 in 2004/05).  

All the Indian batsmen seem to be in good touch as host will look to dominate the match from this position.

Earlier On day 1, Bangladeshi bowling failed to impress in what is their maiden Test match on the Indian soil. As now the Bangladeshi openers are out to open their innings and we will have to wait and see how visitors approach India's mammoth total. 

Here are the highlights from the match: 

# Stay tuned for live updates on Day 3 on Saturday. 

# For a fact, Indian team now becomes the first team in the Test history to score 600+ score in 3 consecutive Tests. Incredible! 

# Visitors still trail by 646 runs to chase down India's gigantic total. 

# And that's it for the day. Stumps at Day 2. Bangladesh 41-1 in 14 overs. Tough day for Bangla boys.

# Last over of the day and it will be from lone Indian wicket taker Umesh Yadav.

# left-handed batsman Mominul Haque comes to the crease now. Last 3 overs to go in the day.

# And that's out. Saumya Sarkar has to go. Ball getting a feather edge to wicket-keeper Saha. Bangladesh one down and its 38-1.

# Umesh Yadav in the attack, a close call by bowler to Sarkar. Umpire declines. Kohli decides to REVIEW. 

# Bangladesh off to a steady start. Both operners looking stable on crease. No wicket lost. 

#Tamim and Soumya Sarkar are at the crease. Tamim is on strike. Bhuvneshwar will open the attack.

#India declares on mammoth score of 687 at the loss of 6 wickets. 

#India nearing 700 runs mark

#Wriddhiman Saha hits a six and gets tio his hundred

#Wriddhiman Saha approaching century mark

#India becomes the first country in Test history to score 600 plus total in three successive Test matches

#Post-tea session India look to accomplish huge total 

#At tea India are dominantly placed at 620 for 6 

#India crosses 600 runs mark

#Wriddhiman Saha scores half century, this is his fifth half-century

#R Jadeja comes out to bat

#Ashwin gets out scoring 34 runs, caught by Soumya Sarkar bowled by Mehedi Hasan

#India crosses 550 runs, Saha gets closer to scoring half century

#Ravichandran Ashwin and Wriddhiman Saha continues to build up runs for India, leading their side to a mammoth score

#India reaches comprehensive score of 500 after losing half their side

#T Islam to Kohli, out Lbw on 204

# Virat Kohli brings up his 200. India are 493 for 4

#At lunch India are 477 for 4 as Kohli inches closer to score a double ton 

#If Kohli scores double century then he will become first player in Test history to notch up double centuries in four consecutive Test series.

#Virat Kohli batting on 191, looks as if he is going to score double hundred

#Wriddhiman Saha right handed wicket keeper batsmen comes out to bat

#Ajinka Rahane gets out ct Mehedi Hasan b Taijul Islam on 82. It seems Rahane missed out on scoring a test century

#Kohli getting closer to a double hundred and at the same time Rahane on his way to score century.

#Kohli and Rahane develops solid partnership for India

#Kohli eclipses Virender Sehwag's 1105 runs scored in 2004-05 for the most Test runs in a home season by an Indian

#Indian skipper Virat Kohli has gone past Virender Sehwag's record for most runs in home season in Test matches by an Indian

# Skipper Kohli goes past 150, India 425/3 after 103 overs

# Ajinka Rahane scores fifty, India 392/3 after 97 overs 

# Virat Kohli hits a boundary of Taskin Ahmed. Virat looking solid on 123 runs

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First Published : 10 Feb 2017, 09:25:00 AM

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