India 19 for 0 (Gill 14*) trail Bangladesh 227 (Mominul 84, Umesh 4-25, Ashwin 4-71) by 208 runs
Dhaka: Ravichandran Ashwin and Umesh Yadav's four-wicket hauls helped India bundle out Bangladesh at 227 and get the upper hand on Day 1 of the ongoing second Test match at the Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka on Thursday.
Bangladesh bowled out for 227 - Ashwin and Umesh starred for India with 4 wickets each and Unadkat returned with two wickets.
This marks the end of play for Day 1 of the second Test between India and Bangladesh as the bad light forced early stumps.
India's score read at 19/0 with Shubman Gill (14*) and KL Rahul (3*) standing unbeaten at the crease.
The visitors are trailing by 208 runs.
Before Stumps, Bangladesh was bowled out for 227.
Trailing by 227, India's Shubman Gill and KL Rahul opened Men in Blue's innings and the opened played with aggression slamming big shots and taking singles at regular intervals.
In the 8th over of India's first innings, KL Rahul took a sigh of relief as he survived the LBW appeal made against him.
Shakib Al Hasan's delivery struck him on the pads, to which the on-field umpire signalled out.
However, the decision got overturned after the DRS review.
Resuming the innings at 184/5, Bangladesh started the innings slowly as Indian bowlers did not give the hosts any chances to open their hands.
However, it did not last any longer as Mominul and Mehidy Hasan Miraz kept gathering runs at regular intervals to have a strong hold on day one over India.
In the 67th over of the game, Umesh Yadav struck again as he removed Miraz for 15 off 51.
New batter Nurul Hasan could not stand long at the crease as Yadav dismissed him.
Ashwin then came back into the attack and showed why he is open of the best Indian spinners as he removed the well-set batter and dangerman Mominul Haque, who was slamming India bowlers all around the ground.
Mominul went back to the pavilion after scoring 84 off 157 deliveries. In the same over Ashwin removed Khaled Ahmed with a stunning delivery to bowl out the hosts for 227.