India opener Mayank Agarwal struck his subsequent Test twofold hundred – he had scored 215 in the last arrangement, versus South Africa – as India fabricated tremendous first-innings lead on Day 2 of the first Test among India and Bangladesh in Indore on Friday. Carrying on from a medium-term score of 87/1, India set up in excess of 400 runs for just the third time in their Test history to complete Day 2 at 493/6.
Ravindra Jadeja (60 off 76 balls) and Umesh Yadav (25 off 10 balls) will continue the India innings on Day 3. The hosts have a gigantic lead of 343 runs.
Cheteshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli were rejected at an early stage Day 2, yet Ajinkya Rahane gave Agarwal capable organization for the duration of the day, as the two included 190 runs for the fourth wicket, taking the score past 300.
In any case, it was Agarwal who figured out how to eclipse a batting line-up that has Rohit Sharma (6), Cheteshwar Pujara (54 off 72 balls), captain Virat Kohli (0) and Ajinkya Rahane (86 off 172 balls) in its positions.
India hurried up in the third session. Agarwal (243) and Wriddhiman Saha (12) died in endeavors to go for big cheeses. Umesh Yadav was advanced up the request for the reason and he conveyed by hitting three sixes in his short remain.
A hurricane organization of 123 in 23.5 overs with Ravindra Jadeja (60 batting) for the fifth wicket just made an already difficult situation even worse for Bangladesh.
On a pitch, where somebody with express pace and variety was required, the guests handled two authority spinners in left-arm customary Taijul Islam (0/120 out of 28 overs) and off-spinner Mehidy Hasan Miraj (1/115 of every 27 overs).
The turn team resembled sheep for butcher as Agarwal followed them energetically. All the eight sixes that he hit fell off the two spinners. This separated, he likewise hit 28 limits during his vocation best universal score.
Abu Jayed (4/108 of every 25 overs) was the main bowler, who gave some heart getting the wickets of Pujara, Kohli and Rahane yet his new ball Ebadot Hossain (1/115 out of 31 overs) neither had pace nor the variety to inconvenience the Indian batsmen.