Day 2 called off due to persistent rain
News Desk || risingbd.com
The second day of second Test match between Bangladesh and Pakistan at Mirpur Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium has been called off.
With no respite in sight, play was called off at 3pm.
Azhar Ali found enough time in the 6.2 overs bowled on day two to reach his 34th Test half-century, as Pakistan moved ahead by 27 runs without any further damages since the first morning.
Babar Azam, unbeaten on 71, tucked the first delivery of the day for four, after Khaled Ahmed bowled it down the leg-side.
The third day is scheduled to begin at 09:30am local time with 98 overs slotted in, weather-permitting of course. However, the forecast isn't great for tomorrow as well.
Sadly, it has been drizzling since morning for the Cyclone Jawad in Bangladesh and its neighbouring country India.