Photo flashback: How much do you remember about the 1st Ind-Ban Test?

Updated: Feb 15, 2017, 15:03
  • Photo flashback: How much do you remember about the 1st Ind-Ban Test?
    Bangladesh won the toss and decided to bat first. After a couple of early losses, Habibul Bashar’s 71 led the recovery act. All Pics/AFP
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  • Photo flashback: How much do you remember about the 1st Ind-Ban Test?
    Even as wickets kept falling after Bashar’s departure, Animul Islam held one end up for Bangladesh
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    Islam went on to create history by becoming the first Bangladeshi batsman to score a Test hundred, in the team’s very first Test match. Bangladesh were all out for exactly 400
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    Left-arm spinner Sunil Joshi starred with the ball for India, claiming 5 for 142 in 45.3 overs
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    India responded well with the openers adding 66 for the first wicket. Sadagopan Ramesh got to 58 before being bowled by Ranjan Das
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  • Photo flashback: How much do you remember about the 1st Ind-Ban Test?
    Skipper Sourav Ganguly also enjoyed himself out in the middle. He made 84 from 153 balls
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    Sunil Joshi had an excellent all-round match. After his five-for, he narrowly missed out on hitting a ton as well. He made 92 before being dismissed by Mohammad Rafique
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    Bangladesh skipper Naimur Rahman was the best bowler for his team. He finished with 6 for 132 from 44.3 overs
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    Javagal Srinath picked up 3 for 19 in the second innings, as Bangladesh were rolled over for 91
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  • Photo flashback: How much do you remember about the 1st Ind-Ban Test?
    Ajit Agarkar claimed two wickets apiece in the two innings, including Aminul Islam both times. Chasing 63 to win, India romped home by nine wickets
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As India and Bangladesh prepare to take on each other in a one-off Test at Hyderabad today, we look back at the inaugural Test between the two nations, played at Dhaka in 2000

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