Bangladesh vs Pakistan, 2nd Test: Pakistani off-spinner Sajid Khan broke Bangladesh’s back on the fourth day of the Dhaka Test.
Pakistani off-spinner Sajid Khan broke Bangladesh’s back on the fourth day of the Dhaka Test.
Pakistani players continue to shine in Bangladesh. The second and third days of the second Test (Bangladesh vs Pakistan, 2nd Test:) being played in Dhaka were washed away by rain but on the fourth day the Pakistani spinner washed the Bangladeshi team. Talking about Sajid Khan, who wreaked havoc with his off-spinner bowling, taking 6 wickets for just 35 runs.
Bangladesh lost 7 wickets for 76 on the fourth day of the Dhaka Test, out of which Sajid Khan took 6 wickets. You can guess the havoc of Sajid Khan from the fact that this spinner completed his five-wicket hall in just 9 overs.
Sajid Khan took the wickets of Shadman Islam, Mahmudul Joy, Najmul Shanto, Mushfiqur Rahim, Litton Das and Mehdi Hasan. Bangladeshi captain Mominul Haque was run out on a personal score of 1. By the end of the fourth day’s play, Bangladesh lost 7 wickets for just 76 runs in 26 overs and they are 224 runs behind Pakistan. Earlier, Pakistan declared their innings on 300 runs. Captain Babar Azam was dismissed for 76.
Talking about Sajid Khan, this off-spinner made his Test debut against Zimbabwe this year. Sajid Khan’s father was Pakistan Army’s Lance Naik who died on the border.
Sajid Khan made his mark in the last season of Quaid-e-Azam Trophy by taking 67 wickets, after which he got a chance to play international cricket. Now Sajid is making his talent iron.