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Last Second Day's Game with 38 Balls

Sports Desk: 33 overs less was played on the first day of the Test between Bangladesh and Pakistan due to rain. That's why the game was supposed to start half an hour before the scheduled time on the second day on Sunday.

The game was stopped due to rain and the giant screen of Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur was written all day long. Sometimes the game starts once in the second session but it lasts for a total of 6 overs 2 balls. When the rain started, it did not stop.

On this day, of course, the supporters did not come to watch the game, those who came were upset and made their way home. Sometimes the entertainment was for the benefit of Shakib Al Hasan. The all-rounder wanted to go back to his childhood by 'diving' on the pitch cover in the rain just before the announcement of the match suspension.

The Bay of Bengal was roughly affected by the cyclone Java. It has been raining in the coastal areas since Saturday morning, which continued on Sunday. This has affected the Dhaka Test between Bangladesh and Pakistan. After a tea break on Saturday, the first day of the second match of the two-match Test Championship, the ball no longer rolled on the field. The game could not be started at the scheduled time of the second day today.

A total of 38 balls were played throughout the day in the rain. After 12:50 pm, the match was stopped after 6.2 overs, it did not start again due to continuous rain. The day's game was announced to be canceled by 3 pm. Before that, Shakib's funny deeds gave a different joy to the spectators present on the field. Shakib himself enjoyed it with all his heart.

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