Bangladesh all out 43 runs against West Indies , K Roach picks up five wickets

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Bangladesh cricket team recorded a new low scored as they bowled out for just 43 runs on the first Test against west Indies. None of the batsman except Liton Das (25) were able to make double figures as Kemor Roach ran raiot on the Bangladesh batsman. Bangladesh has been registered a record they would not like to have 43 runs all out against West Indies their lowest ever in the test match.

 

Bangladesh all out 43 runs against West Indies , K Roach picks up five wickets
Bangladesh all out 43 runs against West Indies , K Roach picks up five wickets

 

 

West Indies Team started bowl first after won the toss against Bangladesh at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua on Wednesday. Indies Seamer Kemor Roach took five wickets in included the core of Bangladesh batting line up Tamim Iqbal, Mominul Haque, Mushfiqur Rahim, Shakib A Hasan and Mahamudullah. Where Miguel Cummins and Jason Holder bagged 3 and 2 wickets respectively leaving Bangladesh team with their lowest scored.

 

Bangladesh’ performance was also the second shortest first innings in the 141 year history of the Test Cricket. At 18.4 overs. Opener Liton Das reached double figure in a performance that once again exposed the vulnerability if their players in condition away from what they are generally familiar with on the Indian Sub continent.

 

There were many records broken on the day as West Indies bowling out Bangladesh for 43 runs, this is the least test scored against West Indies. In 2013 New Zealand scored 45 runs against South Africa.

 

Kemor Roach finished with outstanding figures of 5-8 as Bangladesh were bowled out for 43 runs before the lunch, the lowest score is 26 runs made by New Zealand against England in 1955 Auckland Test. South Africa team have been bowled out twice for 30 , once for 35 and again for 36. New Zealand , Australia and India have all dismissed for 42 in Test with Bangladesh’s total of 43 runs.

 

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