After fighting bravely with Bangladesh, India is forwarding towards yet another win in their epic home season of test cricket. They bowled visitors out for 388 to give themselves a first innings lead of 299. A short spell of batting left them with four sessions to bowl themselves to win. It was a work that they took to win appliance in the evening session, demanding three wickets, but looking for taking more wickets.
Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim played a brilliant innings of 127. The visitors lost off spinner Mehedi Hasan in the very first over, but Rahim played strongly with talenders to extend the innings until 10 minutes before the lunch break. Mushfiqur was happy to continue the capable access that had attended him success on Day - 3, but once he was batting with talenders, he admired to add his scoring rate. Particularly once he had crossed his century.
India seamer Umesh Yadav impressed once again, and took 3 wickets for 84 runs, off - spinner Ravichandran Ashwin will play a big part tomorrow ( Day - 5 ) and he already grabbed two wickets in Bangladesh's second innings and also becomes the fastest bowler to take 250 wickets in Test Cricket.
India came out to bat after lunch break and were confident but not excessively hostile at first, with them losing both openers ( Murli Vijay and KL Rahul ) very early . That altered when skipper Virat Kohli decided to go after Shakib Al Hasan, first he hammered for a six and then three balls later he got out to hit him over the top and was out at mid - wicket. After that middle order batsman Cheteshwar Pujara ( 54* runs ) and all - rounder Ravindra Jadeja ( 16* runs ) took India lead over 400.
Day - 4 Stumps :
Bangladesh - 103/3 ( 35 overs )
Shakib Al Hasan - 21* runs
Mahmudullah - 9* runs
Bangladesh need 356 runs to victory.