Litton Das threatened to attack, even striking three successive fours off India’s pace spearhead Umesh Yadav, but after exhanging verbal volleys with Mohammed Siraj, he too fell chopping on. Siraj then had debutant Zakir Hasan edging to the wicketkeeper to leave Bangladesh tottering at 56/4. Things took a turn for the worse thereafter once Kuldeep Yadav was introduced into the attack as he picked four wickets to break the back of the hosts.
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