NEW DELHI: Virat Kohli witnessed a bad day at the office on Day 3 of the second Test against Bangladesh on Saturday. First, the Indian batter dropped Litton Das twice into the slippery cord, then failed miserably with the bat as he fell cheaply, which left India in deep trouble.
Kohli got into the verbal duel with Bangladeshi skipper Shakib Al Hasan after being fired for 1. Former skipper Kohli endured a horrible time in the middle and struggled to negotiate with the Bangladeshi spinners.

Kohli sought to defend Mehidy Hassandelivery towards cover but took the edge and Mominul Haque took a clean short-legged hold. The Bangladeshi players went wild and it also looked like one of the players said something that forced Kohli to argue with Shakib.
India suffered a top-order collapse chasing a narrow 145 win target after spinner Mehidy Hasan fired three shots to keep alive Bangladesh’s hopes of a level streak win in the second Test dramatic.
The tourists were on a precarious 45-4 after 14 wickets fell on a frenetic day three – half of them in the final session alone.
Axar Patelpromoted to number four, was at bat on 26 at stumps with night watchman Jaydev Unadkat out of three at the other end.



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