Bangladesh’s lead in the first innings is 155 runs. Will Ireland be able to pass this run and throw the target? The way the ball is turning, things will be tough for the Irish. Shakib Al Hasan was hit in the first over of the innings. The fourth ball hit Irish opener James McCullum directly on the pads. But the umpire did not respond to Aleem Dar Shakib’s appeal. The Tiger skipper took the review without a moment’s delay. The umpire was forced to change the decision on review. McCullum lbw for nil, Irish lose their first wicket by 1 run. Earlier, Mehdi Hasan Miraz scored a great half-century with the lower orders. But how much can be fought alone! This all-rounder could not go far after fifty. Legspinner Ben White was stumped while playing down the wicket. Miraj was out as the last batter of the Bangladesh team. This all-rounder hit 6 boundaries and 2 sixes in an innings of 55 runs off 80 balls. Bangladesh were all out for 369 runs in 80.3 overs. Andy McBrien is the most successful Irish bowler. With 118 runs, this offspinner has hunted 6 wickets alone. Mushfiqur Rahim gave a wonderful century. The innings was growing slowly. However, this right-handed batsman lost patience at one time. Mushfiqur took a brilliant catch at long-on to pick up Irish offspinner Andy McBreen. Mushfiqur’s eye-catching innings of 126 runs off 166 balls had 15 boundaries and 1 six. He led three pairs. Mr Dependable added 159 with Shakib, 87 with Liton and 45 with Mehdi Hasan Miraj. Before that, Shakib formed a great pair with Mushfiqur Rahim. This great pair of 159 runs brought Bangladesh to the stage of taking the lead. Shakib was also slowly moving towards the century. But if one or two balls fail to run, the Bangladeshi batsmen suddenly lose patience. The same has happened to Shakib Al Hasan. Due to impatience, he was cut behind to a ball outside the off-stump. Ireland kept the fielding completely blank on the leg side. And Bowler and McBrien were bowling outside off stump. Shakib stepped into this trap. He wanted to play the shot by pulling the ball outside the off-stamp again and again. Finally he missed the ball. The ball hit the upper edge of the bat and fell into the hands of the wicketkeeper. Shakib got out after the team scored 199 runs. At that time, 87 runs off 94 balls were adorning his name. Earlier, Bangladesh was advancing slowly relying on two experienced batsmen. The Tigers were in a bit of danger at the beginning to answer Ireland’s 214 runs. But the hosts overcame that danger with the determination of captain Shakib Al Hasan and experienced batsman Mushfiqur Rahim. Captain Shakib first scored a half century by batting at a brisk pace. Mushfiqur Rahim also crossed the milestone of half-century in his appearance, though not at a brisk pace. He completed his 26th career half-century off 69 balls. After starting the day with 34 runs, Bangladesh was in great danger after losing the wicket of Muminul Haque. After that, captain Shakib Al Hasan and experienced Mushfiqur Rahim played the important role of pulling the Tigers out of that danger. Earlier in the day, Nazmul Hossain Shanto got out for zero runs. Tamim Iqbal was out for 21 off the last ball of the day. And at the beginning of the second day, Muminul Haque also departed after scoring 17 runs. Bangladesh was under a lot of pressure after three experienced batsmen got out within 40 runs. Mushfiq and Shakib’s resistance from there. The Tigers ended the day with discomfort after losing the wickets of two openers Tamim Iqbal and Nazmul Hossain Shanto in the late afternoon of the first day. The run was 34. Bangladesh is still behind by 180 runs. In this situation, expectations were highest on two experienced batsmen Muminul Haque and Mushfiqur Rahim this morning. People watched the game early in the morning with the expectation that these two would make a good pair and take Bangladesh to a strong position. But before the start of the morning game, Muminul Haque was bowled (17 off 34 balls). Mark Adair was a full length ball on the leg stump. Muminul took a step forward and wanted to cut it over square leg. But he could not go to the line of the low ball. Before that, he saw his stamp fly away.