In the first session of Day 4 of the Dhaka Test, Bangladesh bagged two wickets as Khaled Ahmed registered his maiden Test wicket and Ebadot Hossain scalped his first in this match on Tuesday.
Ebadot removed Azhar Ali for 56, while Khaled bagged the wicket of Babar Azam for 76.
At lunch, Pakistan were batting at 242 for four, with Fawad Alam and Mohammad Rizwan remaining unbeaten for 19 and 26, respectively.
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There was no rain on Tuesday morning, and the match resumed at 10.50am after a washout on Day 3. Relentless rain cost an entire day of action on Monday.
When the match was stopped on Day 2, on Sunday, Pakistan were batting at 188 for two in 63.2 overs, with both Azhar Ali and Babar Azam hitting a fifty each.
There were only 6.2 overs of cricket left on Day two, and Day one was also hit by bad weather when the match referee called an early end of the day due to bad light.
Weather officials have attributed the rainfall to Cyclone Jawad. As per the latest weather forecast, there will be no showers on Wednesday, which is the last day of this Test.