HIGHLIGHTS, IND vs BAN, DAY-NIGHT TEST, DAY 3: INDIA WIN BY AN INNINGS AND 46 RUNSHighlights, India vs Bangladesh, Day-Night Test, Day 3: Hello and welcome to our coverage of the Day-Night Test and second of the two-match series between India and Bangladesh live from the Eden Gardens Stadium in Kolkata. It's the pacers once again, who have stood up for Kohli and his men. Umesh took a five-wicket haul while Ishant took four as India demolished Bangladesh by an innings and 46 runs in the second Test at Eden Gardens to take the two-match series 2-0 and continue their unbeaten run in the World Test Championship. Follow all the cricket score and updates from the IND vs BAN 2nd Test from Kolkata here at IndiaTV. (Match scorecard | When and where to watch)
IND vs BAN, DAY-NIGHT TEST, DAY 3: BAN (106 & 195) against India (347/9) at Eden Gardens. INDIA WIN BY AN INNINGS AND 46 RUNS
13.51 IST: ALL OVER! INDIA WIN BY AN INNINGS AND 46 RUNS! Bangladesh are bowled out for 196 and India have won their 12th straight series at home and third consecutive series whitewash in the World Test Championship
13.48 IST: Umesh to Al Amin, OUT! Short of a length and edges it straight to Wriddhiman Saha behind the stumps. That's Umesh's 3rd five-wicket haul in Test cricket. It's all over for Bangladesh as Mahmudullah will not come to bat.
13.44 IST: Ishant to Al Amin, FOUR! Short and takes the top edge but goes over the slip cordon for another boundary.
13.41 IST: Umesh to Al Amin, FOUR!
13.40 IST: Mahmudullah will not come to bat, therefore this is the last wicket.
13.39 IST: Abu Jayed is the new man in
13.38 IST: Umesh to Mushfiqur, OUT! His stay at the crease ends with wild a swing, which went straight up in the air and into the safe hands of Ravindra Jadeja. Goes for 74. Bangladesh lose 9.
13.33 IST: Jadeja to Mushfiqur, FOUR! This time he sweeps it for a boundary. Second boundary of the over.
13.32 IST: Jadeja to Mushfiqur, FOUR! Reverse sweeps it over point for a boundary.
13.32 IST: Ravindra Jadeja is the new bowler
13.31 IST: Ishant to Al Amin, FOUR! Full and going down the leg and a boundary. Third for Al Amin
13.26 IST: Ishant to Al Amin, FOUR! No control whatsoever. Outside edge and it goes for a boundary.
13.24 IST: Umesh to Mushfiqur, FOUR! Short but down the leg and Mushfiqur pulls it for a boundary but Al Amin Hossain will be on strike.
13.13 IST: Umesh to Al Amin, FOUR! Strays down the leg on his pads and clipped away for a boundary.
13.11 IST: Umesh to Al Amin, FOUR BYES! Bouncer and hits him on the head and it goes straight for a boundary down the fine leg.
13.10 IST: Umesh to Ebadot, OUT! Pace and bounce, the ball hits his gloves and loops straight to Virat Kohli at third slip. 7 down for Bangladesh
13.03 IST: Ishant Sharma to bowl from the other end
13.00 IST: Umesh Yadav to start for India, new man Ebadot Hossain on strike
12.57 IST: Former Manchester City and England defender Micah Richards rings the bell to signal start of day's play.
12.45 IST: PICTH REPORT! The cracks have opened up and the Indian spinners can now finally have some say in the game. It'll be difficult for Bangladesh to last the entire day but history has been made here before. Will it repeat itself? Remains to be seen.
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12.40 IST: 20 minutes to the start of play and India need 4 wickets to complete a series sweep and go 300 points ahead in the World Test Championship table.
12.30 IST: Pink ball Test: Batting under lights was difficult, says Cheteshwar Pujara
Pujara, who boasts of a double century with the pink ball at the domestic level, became the first Indian to score a fifty in a Day/Night Test but failed to convert his 55 into a bigger score on Friday. [Read full story]
12.15 IST: Day-Night Test: Record galore as Virat Kohli shines with 136 in Kolkata
Here are some of the key stats from day 2 of the second Test between India and Bangladesh. [Read full story here]
12.00 IST: Day-Night Test: Enjoying watching our fast bowlers from gully, says Ajinkya Rahane
Brief preview: Mushfiqur Rahim scored a gritty unbeaten 59 to share the limelight with centurion Virat Kohli as Bangladesh kept India's series sweep celebrations on ice and ended Day 2 on 152/6 in the second Test at Eden Gardens on Saturday. [Read full preview]