Despite being behind by 269 runs with four wickets down in the first innings, Bangladesh all-rounder Mehidy Hasan believes his team can bounce back in the Durban Test match versus South Africa.
Bangladesh were 98/4 in response to South Africa's decent first innings total of 367 as Simon Harmer claimed four wickets to hand the hosts the edge at Kingsmead. Mehidy, who picked three wickets, added that he is mentally stronger now and that is helping him taste success abroad.
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Bavuma and Harmer star for the Proteas on a gloomy day 2 in Durban. Temba top-scored with 93 while Harmer took 4-42 to have Bangladesh on 98-4, still trailing by 269.#SAvBAN scorecard 👇