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BAN vs WI: Bangladesh appears thrice, India once in list of teams sharing this unwanted record

Bangladesh registered their name for the third time in a list of teams sharing an unwanted record. Team India also shares the record. Know all details.

Aachal Maniyar Written by: Aachal Maniyar New Delhi Published on: June 17, 2022 12:35 IST
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Team West Indies against Bangladesh

Bangladesh gained another share of six ducks in the first innings on the first day of the first Test against the West Indies. 
The West Indies won the toss and opted to bowl first. Jayden Seales took 3/33 from 10 overs and Alzarri Joseph returned the same figures from 8.5 overs. Kemar Roach began the decline of the Bangladesh innings with two early wickets and finished with 2-21, while Kyle Mayers took 2-10 from five overs.
Bangladesh owed almost half its first innings total to captain Shakib al Hasan who scored 51. Tamim Iqbal made 29 and Litton Das made 12 as the only other players to reach double in a depleted batting lineup. The innings lasted only 32.5 overs.
The team got all out for 103 and the Windies were trailing by 8 runs after reaching 95/2 by stumps.
This was the third time that Bangladesh players lost 6 wickets with batsmen getting out without scoring a single run. The second time was last month when the team faced Sri Lanka.
There have been seven instances with six ducks in a Test innings. They are as follows -
  • Pakistan against West Indies in Karachi, 1980
  • South Africa against India in Ahmedabad, 1996
  • Bangladesh, West Indies in Dhaka, 2002
  • India against England in Manchester, 2014
  • New Zealand against Pakistan in Dubai, 2018
  • Bangladesh against Sri Lanka in Mirpur, 2022
  • Bangladesh against West Indies in Antigua, 2022
While Bangladesh appears three times in the list of teams sharing the unwanted record, Team India is also a part of the list. Indian batting order collapsed badly during 2014 when India faced England in Manchester.
Stuart Broad scalped 6 wickets in 13.4 overs and made the Indian team struggle. James Anderson and Chris Jordan picked 3 wickets and 1 wicket respectively. The MS Dhoni-led team was bundled at 152 runs.
The batsmen who got out on duck were as follows:

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