Gill, Pujara hit tons as India declare 2nd innings at 258/2, set 513-run target


India set Bangladesh a mammoth 513-run victory target after declaring their second innings at 258 for 2 riding on young Shubman Gill’s maiden Test hundred and veteran Cheteshwar Pujara’s 19th on the third day of the series opener.

in the morning, Bangladesh Got out for 150 with the left arm wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav Taking a career-best 5 for 40.

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Skipper KL Rahul did not follow on and Gill (110 off 152 balls) and Pujara (102 not out off 130 balls) scored centuries after almost four years.

Brief scores: India 1st innings: 404 and 258/2 in 61.4 overs (Shubman Gill 110, batting; C Pujara 102 not out; Khalid Ahmed 1/51).

Bangladesh 1st innings: 150 in 55.5 overs (M Rahim 28, Mehdi Hasan Miraj 25, Kuldeep Yadav 5/40).


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