We wanted to play risk-free cricket: Mehidy

Bangladesh offspinner Mehidy Hasan said on Wednesday (November 14) that the hosts are keeping their fingers crossed for the last day of the arrangement choosing second Test, in Dhaka against Zimbabwe. Bangladesh are easily put, with Zimbabwe as yet requiring 367 hurries to win, or to endure an entire day with eight wickets close by, after they were lessened to 76 for 2 to win their first Test arrangement since 2011.

“The match is at present in our side,” said Mehidy after the fourth day’s play. “We have given them almost a 450-run target. We have picked two wickets too. There is an entire day and three sessions remaining. In the event that our bowlers could bowl great lengths, at that point the match will be to support us.

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“We felt that in the event that we gave them four sessions to play, that would be sufficient for us. We had an arrangement and it had been executed well and we need to do a similar tomorrow,” he said.

Mehidy likewise safeguarded Bangladesh’s technique of not requesting that Zimbabwe pursue on, asserting that they would not like to go for broke in the pivotal second Test. Bangladesh made an unexpected proceed onward the fourth day as they chose to bat in the second innings, enabling Zimbabwe to take the field in spite of having a 218-run lead in the first.

Bangladesh, who lost the principal Test by 151 keeps running in Sylhet, were in a urgent circumstance to attempt and win the second Test with the end goal to level the two-coordinate arrangement, yet their choice of batting in the second innings could be characterized as their absence of pursuing capacity in the fourth innings. Bangladesh already, had just won one out of five diversions wherein they pursued an objective at Sher-e Bangla National Stadium and that excessively came against Zimbabwe with a great deal of hardship in 2014 where they lost seven wickets while pursuing a little focus of 101 runs.

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