In the second day of the second test match between India and Bangladesh, which is now taking place in Mirpur, Virat Kohli was all fired up after India managed to build an 87-run lead in the first innings.
As the lights began to fade, Virat Kohli was observed mocking the Bangladeshi openers for wasting time throughout the match.
Kohli was so annoyed by the behaviour of the Bangladesh hitters that he motioned for Najmul Hossain Shanto to take off his shirt as he was tying his shoelaces at the non-end. striker’s
As a result of the event, which took place after the fifth ball of the sixth over of Bangladesh’s second innings, the umpires asked for the wickets to be taken down.
“Kapde bhi utaar de,” Virat Kohli was heard as adding.
After viewing Kohli’s antics, even the commentators couldn’t contain their amusement and had to take a break.
On Day 2, India completed their innings with a score of 314, squeezing out a lead of 87 runs. However, they would have expected a much larger tally when they resumed their innings after tea on 226-4 with both Rishabh Pant and Shreyas Iyer having struck half-centuries.
The combination between Pant and Iyer allowed India to score more runs than Bangladesh did in their first innings, but both players fell agonisingly short of their respective century marks as India lost their last six wickets for 61 runs.
In the final session of the match, when his team could see that they were losing the game, Shakib al-Hasan stepped up to the plate and took three wickets.
By the time play was called for the day, Bangladesh had cut that lead down to 80, and they had finished the day without losing a wicket, with Najmul Hossain Shanto on five and Zakir Hasan on two.
India triumphed in the first Test of the two-match series in Chattogram by a score of 188 runs to take a 1-0 lead in the series.