First Test, Day 4: Keshav Maharaj twin strikes harm Bangladesh in 274-run pursuit versus South Africa

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First Test, Day 4: Keshav Maharaj twin strikes injure Bangladesh in 274-run chase against South Africa

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South Africa spinner Keshav Maharaj hit twice in the final moments on Time 4 to reduce Bangladesh to 11 for 3 in pursuit of a triumph intended of 274 against the holds in the first Test at Kingsmead on Sunday.Bangladesh had bowled the house side out for 204 in their 2nd innings and also they dropped Mahmudul (4), fellow opener Shadman Islam (0 )and also leader Mominul Haque (2) in the challenging last 20 minutes. Offspinner Harmer had actually Shadman caught at slip in the second over of the innings and also left-arm rewriter Maharaj sent out Mahmudul as well as Mominul packing in the fifth over.Bangladesh took 9 openings for 88 runs in the last 2 sessions

of the 4th time to bowl South Africa out for 204 in its own 2nd innings when it seemed like the residence team will construct an unassailable lead. However equally South Africa lost easy openings to change the skin of the match and lift Bangladesh’s hopes of a first Test draw the Proteas, so the Bangladesh batsmen slumped at the start of their hunt to see it seesaw back in the house team’s favor.Stumps in Durban A great six over spell from South Africa takes them to a leading placement at the shut of day

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