India vs Bangladesh – Second Test Match in Kolkata
Late swing from the pink ball it difficult to batting under milky lights Ajinkya Rahane says. 5 Way to Get Happiness.
India’s senior player and India vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane said that after the 2nd-day stumps on Saturday, batting is more challenging with the pink ball under the milky light in the day-night Test match against Bangladesh in Kolkata.
Ajinkya Rahane scored 51 runs in 69 balls with 7 classic fours in India’s first innings. India declared their first inning by 347 runs for 9 wickets. After the 2nd day stumps on Saturday, India’s vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane said that “late swing from pink ball it difficult to batting under milky lights of the day-night Test match against #Bangladesh in Kolkata”. In the final session of the day, batsman will have to assume a different strategy for playing in the last session.
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Ajinkya Rahane also said after the second day’s play ended, “this is a historic day-night test match with playing pink ball and I am happy to be a part of this historic day-night test match”. As a batsman, I feel that the first and second sessions are easier to batting but due to the late swing in the milky light, its condition challenging for the batsmen because ball comes to the bat well in the first session. Not together from this the evening time is also challenging to batting. The strategy should be different after the dew starts falling, therefore, you need to play positive cricket in the first session and take advantage of it.
It also said that “Indian fast bowlers #Ishant Sharma, #Umesh Yadav, #Mohammed Shami how the hard-working on the bowling in these conditions”. Ajinkya Rahane also dropped catches, but he said that attitude doesn’t matter an after dropping a catch, you need to be positive and you need to look for the next catch. Rahane dropped #Mehidy Hasan’s catch on #Ravichandran Ashwin bowling.
We will come tomorrow with the hard of them. We also respect the #Bangladesh team and they played very well cricket in this day-night test match with pink ball.
#Bangladesh down their six wickets on 152 runs and India need 4 wickets to win this historic day-night test match with one inning. #India-Bangladesh.