Rain plays spoilsport in Bang-Ind encounter

Rain delayed the start of play in the fifth and final day of the one-off Test between India and Bangladesh on Sunday.

Bangladesh reached 111 for three in its first innings in reply to India’s 462 for six. Bangladesh still trails by 351 runs.

More than 200 overs were lost due to frequent rain interruptions in the previous four days.

Only 30.1 overs could be squeezed in the opening session on Saturday when bad light stopped play with Imrul Kayes (59*) and Shakib Al Hasan (0*) at the crease.

 

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