Rubel Hossain to Brathwaite,
Brathwaite has thrown it away after doing the .. em .. grunt work. It is a shot he plays well, as we saw before lunch - the steered cut through point. But this ball was a little too wide for him to have to play at it. And it was through him faster too. He ended up guiding it to the right of Kayes at gully, who takes the catch well.
KC Brathwaite c Imrul Kayes b Rubel Hossain 50 (130m 102b 5x4 0x6) SR: 49.01
Suhrawadi Shuvo to Powell,
and he's bowled him for his first Test wicket. Tossed up on middle from round the stumps, Powell gets the front foot out and plays down the wrong line. He just seemed to have over-estimated the spin there. The ball went past the outside edge and disturbed the prone off stump. Rahim is visibly relieved.
KOA Powell b Suhrawadi Shuvo 72 (228m 150b 10x4 0x6) SR: 48.00
Nasir Hossain to Bravo,
Nasir strikes, Bravo is on his way. Full, straight, angling in from wide of the crease, lands outside off and heads straight on. Bravo thrusts forward with bat beside pad, but the pad is not outside the line off off stump. All over.
DM Bravo lbw b Nasir Hossain 12 (28m 30b 2x4 0x6) SR: 40.00
Nasir Hossain to Chanderpaul,
the old ball barely turned off the straight, but the new ball has spat and gone away. Chanders didn't budget for it as he prodded with an opened face, and the ball kisses the outside edge on the way to a delighted Rahim's gloves. Once again, that ugliest of celebration routines from Nasir, who crosses his hands and puts them on either side of his unmentionables and does a chop-chop action. So devoid of class that it is almost funny. Great ball, though... Or great delivery, to be clearer.
S Chanderpaul c †Mushfiqur Rahim b Nasir Hossain 18 (77m 58b 0x4 0x6) SR: 31.03
Shakib Al Hasan to Roach,
and that's the end of the nightwatchman. What purpose did his arrival serve? If they believe in the concept, they should send another one in now. Another armer from Shakib, not the easiest to spot for a top-order batsman. A tail-ender has a much lesser chance of surviving it, over a potential three-over spell. Roach had no clue as it hurried in through his defences to hit timber.
KAJ Roach b Shakib Al Hasan 6 (9m 13b 1x4 0x6) SR: 46.15
Nasir Hossain to Samuels,
Nasir pulls off a true-blue WWE style ripper! He is so stunned, he doesn't do the DX chop routine he normally does when he has a wicket. Tossed up on the stumps, and for the second time in two innings, Samuels drives inside out uppishly. He timed the shot well, and the ball was buzzing away past Nasir to his left, but he leaped to his left and plucked it when fully in the air, shooting diagonally up from the ground.
MN Samuels c & b Nasir Hossain 48 (110m 79b 7x4 0x6) SR: 60.75
Shakib Al Hasan to Baugh,
that's the end of Baugh. Two late wickets help Bangladesh claw back into the session once again. This ball didn't deserve a wicket. Slow, loopy and wide outside off, Baugh looked to cut and ended up edging it into slip's hands. Kayes holds on well. Beer references aside, Cartlon's run-drought continues.
CS Baugh c Imrul Kayes b Shakib Al Hasan 6 (19m 27b 1x4 0x6) SR: 22.22
Shakib Al Hasan to Sammy,
is that the end of Sammy? He's trod back onto his stumps. Strangest dismissal I have seen in a while. After Rahul Dravid's caught behind off the shoe lace. It was drifting down the leg side from Shakib, Sammy went back in the crease and looked to flick, but the ball kept low and his back leg seemed to slip. He inevitably stepped on the furniture and that's the end of that. Bangladesh are right back in this and it is lunch.
DJG Sammy hit wicket b Shakib Al Hasan 1 (6m 6b 0x4 0x6) SR: 16.66
Shakib Al Hasan to KA Edwards,
Huge appeal and he's given it. That was the arm ball and it hit him on the back pad. Height was a bit of a question and Dharmasena thought about it for a while before raising the finger. It wasn't that short but Kirk Edwards went back to it and played for the turn and it beat the inside edge. Shakib went wide of the crease but it hit Kirk Edwards in front of middle and would probably have hit the top of leg
KA Edwards lbw b Shakib Al Hasan 121 (371m 273b 14x4 2x6) SR: 44.32
Shakib Al Hasan to FH Edwards,
that's five for Shakib! Fidel's gone back to a delivery to which he should have been well forward. Hit him on leg and there wasn't a lot of turn. Just straightened enough to hit leg and it kept low as well so would have hit halfway up leg stump
FH Edwards lbw b Shakib Al Hasan 9 (14m 14b 1x4 0x6) SR: 64.28