Bangladesh vs Australia 1st Test 2017, Bangladesh secured a historic win over Australia. Bangladesh winning by 20 runs in the Bangladesh vs Australia 1st Test 2017 match. Australia has dropped to a disappointing loss to Bangladesh in a horror day four collapse. David Warner’s 19th Test century went in vain as Steve Smith’s side continued to struggle against spin in the Bangladesh vs Australia 1st Test 2017. Five wickets fell in the first session as the Tigers ran rampant. Some quick runs from Pat Cummins (33*) had Aussie fans hopeful, but their comeback wasn’t to be.

Bangladesh vs Australia 1st Test 2017 is also Bangladesh’s 10th Test victory in their history, and furthers their growth in the longest format. Last year, they beat England at home and now they’ve overcome a strong Australian side. Lots of credit for the performance to world’s No. one all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan, who finishes the match with 10 wickets. He’s been a true leader on the field. The young Mehidy and Taijul Islam too have been very effective in rattling Australia’s inability to play turn.

Musfiqur Rahim says that it is a great feeling beating Australia. Credits the boys for playing really well and mentions that there performances in the home conditions has been consistent. He also says that reckons that the wicket was a tough one to bat on

Steven Smith says that it was a great Test match. Credits Bangladesh for playing very well. Adds that the partnership between Tamim Iqbal and Shakib laid the platform for the hosts. Mentions that they won’t give any excuses and also mentions that they practiced well. Feels that the wicket turned a lot more compared to the practice wickets. Ends by saying that they were never able to adjust to the conditions and the pitch. He also says that they are looking forward for the next game.

Bangladesh vs Australia 1st Test 2017 Match Summary:

Bangladesh 1st Innings

Australia 1st Innings:

Batsman

 

R

B

4s

6s

SR

David Warner

lbw b Mehidy Hasan

8

15

1

0

53.33

Matt Renshaw

c Soumya Sarkar b Shakib   

45

94

5

0

47.87

Usman Khawaja

run out (Rahim/Soumya Sarkar)

1

2

0

0

50

Nathan Lyon

lbw b Shakib

0

5

0

0

0.00

Steven Smith (c)

b Mehidy Hasan   

8

16

1

0

50

Peter Handscomb

lbw b Taijul Islam   

33

67

6

0

49.25

Glenn Maxwell

st Rahim b Shakib   

23

39

3

0

58.97

Matthew Wade (wk)

lbw b Mehidy Hasan  

5

9

1

0

55.56

Ashton Agar

not out

41

97

2

1

42.27

Pat Cummins

b Shakib   

25

90

1

1

27.78

Josh Hazlewood

c I Kayes b Shakib

5

15

0

0

33.33

Extras

23  (b 15, lb 3, w 5, nb 0, p 0)

         

Total

217  (10 wkts, 74.5 Ov)

         

 

Bangladesh 2nd Innings:

Batsman

 

R

B

4s

6s

SR

Tamim Iqbal

c Wade b Pat Cummins   

78

155

8

0

50.32

Soumya Sarkar

c Khawaja b Agar

15

53

3

0

28.30

Taijul Islam

lbw b Lyon

4

22

1

0

18.18

Imrul Kayes

c Warner b Lyon   

2

18

0

0

11.11

Mushfiqur Rahim (c & wk)

run out (Lyon)   

41

114

1

1

35.96

Shakib Al Hasan

c Pat Cummins b Lyon  

5

11

1

0

45.45

Sabbir Rahman

c Handscomb b Lyon   

22

36

2

1

61.11

Nasir Hossain

c Wade b Agar   

0

4

0

0

0.00

Mehidy Hasan

c Khawaja b Lyon

26

35

4

0

74.29

Shafiul Islam

c Handscomb b Lyon

9

28

0

1

32.14

Mustafizur Rahman

not out

0

1

0

0

0.00

Extras

19  (b 15, lb 3, w 1, nb 0, p 0)

         

Total

221  (10 wkts, 79.3 Ov)

         

 

Australia 2nd Innings:

Batsman

 

R

B

4s

6s

SR

David Warner

lbw b Shakib   

112

135

16

1

82.96

Matt Renshaw

lbw b Mehidy Hasan   

5

20

0

0

25.00

Usman Khawaja

c Taijul Islam b Shakib   

1

6

0

0

16.67

Steven Smith (c)

c Rahim b Shakib   

37

99

3

0

37.37

Peter Handscomb

c Soumya Sarkar b Taijul Islam   

15

25

2

0

60.00

Glenn Maxwell

b Shakib   

14

25

2

0

56.00

Matthew Wade (wk)

lbw b Shakib   

4

13

0

0

30.77

Ashton Agar

c & b Taijul Islam   

2

13

0

0

15.38

Pat Cummins

not out

33

55

3

2

60.00

Nathan Lyon

c Soumya Sarkar b Mehidy Hasan

12

24

2

0

50.00

Josh Hazlewood

lbw b Taijul Islam   

0

10

0

0

0.00

Extras

9  (b 7, lb 2, w 0, nb 0, p 0)

         

Total

244  (10 wkts, 70.5 Ov)

         

Bangladesh vs Australia, 2nd Test will be held on Sep 04 as Australia vs Bangladesh 2017 Test match schedule wise. For all information about cricket stay with cricbrief.com

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