Written byRajdeep Saha ·
The visitors were bowled out for 106 in the maiden D/N Test between the two teams.
Ishant Sharma claimed a fifer to hand India the advantage.
In reply, India lost three wickets but took a decisive lead.
Here are the key takeaways.
The Indian pacers have been on an excellent run since 2018 and they showed that yet again on Friday.
They were on the attack from the very beginning and got rewarded for some fine bowling to rattle the Bangladeshis.
India's fielding was terrific with some brilliant catches on offer.
Rohit Sharma took a one-handed catch to dismiss skipper Mominul Haque that won a lot of hearts.
Wriddhiman Saha then joined the party by taking a similar catch to get rid of Mahmudullah for 6.
Saha dove full length to grab the ball.
And then, Cheteshwar Pujara claimed a terrific catch at mid-wicket.
The atmosphere was terrific today at the Eden Gardens.
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee inaugurated India's first Day-Night Test by ringing the Eden Gardens Bell just before the start of play.
Several former cricketers graced the stadium and shared some moments they had at the Eden Gardens.
Also, the crowd cheered Team India and packed the stadium.
Her Excellency Sheikh Hasina, Prime Minister of Bangladesh, @MamataOfficial, Honourable Chief Minister, West Bengal and #TeamIndia great @sachin_rt greet #TeamIndia ahead of the #PinkballTest pic.twitter.com/ldyrKjbxrE— BCCI (@BCCI) November 22, 2019
India lost two quick wickets in the form of Mayank Agarwal (14) and Rohit (21).
However, Pujara and skipper Virat Kohli were superb with the bat.
The two batsmen got together and stitched a fifty-plus stand.
They were sound in their approach and got the runs in a quick fashion.
Pujara (55) was finally dismissed by Ebadat Hossain.
Bangladesh were dismal in terms of batting and India posed plenty of troubles.
They were bowled out for 106 in just 30.3 overs.
Ishant dazzled with the pink ball and showed his prowess.
Notably, Indian pacers claimed all 10 wickets to continue their superb form.
Shadman Islam (29) was the top run-scorer.
In reply, Pujara and Kohli scored the runs for India.
Meanwhile, Kohli became the fastest to score 5,000 runs as a captain in Tests. He achieved the feat in just 86 innings and went past Ricky Ponting who did it in 97 innings.
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