Antiga Test: Bangladesh surrender ahead of West Indies’ roach, pile on 43 runs

_102385064_047938019-1.jpgThe Test match between the world’s eighth and ninth number teams came in a sudden discussion due to the failure of the batsmen of one of the two teams and the amazing bowling of the other team.

These two teams are Bangladesh and West Indies. West Indies bowlers at number nine in the Test Rankings piled up Bangladesh for 43 runs on the first day of the Antiga Test.

This is Bangladesh’s minimum score in an innings of Test cricket. Earlier, Bangladesh’s team was all out for 62 runs against Sri Lanka in 2007.

Match score card here

This is the lowest score of any team in an innings of Test after 1974. In 1974, the Indian team was dismissed for 42 against England.
Roach’s Storm
Bangladesh’s batsmen can only survive on 18.4 overs. The biggest part of his departure was played by West Indian fast bowler Kemar Roach.

The 30-year-old bowler got five wickets in just five overs with eight runs.

He became the third bowler in the world to take five wickets in 12 balls. His achievements were first recorded in Australia by Monty Noble and South African Jacques Kallis.

Noble achieved this feat against England in the year 1902 and against Calicut in Bangladesh in 2002.

Miguel Cummins three and Jason Holder took two wickets for the West Indies.
All except the slave
For Bangladesh, Liton Das scored 25 runs. The rest of the batsmen could not reach the tenth figure.

Four batsmen, including captain Shakib Al Hasan, could not even open the account.

In reply, the West Indies scored 201 runs for two wickets in the first innings and achieved 158 runs in the match till the end of the day. Craig Brathwaite is unbeaten 88 runs

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