Watch: Kuldeep Yadav kicks the ball; Virat Kohli fumes after umpiring mistake denies India a wicket on Day 4
Chasing the target of 513 runs, both Bangladeshi openers added 124 runs for the first wicket. Najmul Hasan Shanto made 67 runs, while the debutant scored his maiden century and got out after scoring 100 runs.
However, the hosts played a wicketless first session but lost six wickets in the last two sessions. But Team India is expected to take the remaining four wickets early to register a win in the first test. Although it looked like the Indian bowlers would dismiss Bangladesh on the fourth day itself, they couldn't finish the game.
However, it was an eventful day of cricket for the fans. One such moment came in the 65th over when left-arm spinner Kuldeep Yadav came out to bowl. He trapped Bangladeshi star Litton Das in front of the stumps.
However, the on-field umpire gave it not-out. The Indian team was convinced that it was out, and they reviewed the decision. The replay confirmed that the ball was hitting the stumps in the line. But because it was an umpire's call, the batter got a life.
After watching the replay on the big screen, Kuldeep and Virat Kohli showed their disagreement because it was given not out. Kuldeep kicked the ball in anger, and Virat too was seen saying something after the decision. India's head coach, Rahul Dravid, wasn't happy with the decision.
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But it didn't cost too much for the Indian team, as Litton Das only added five runs after that and it was Kuldeep who dismissed him. At the ends of the fourth day, skipper Shakib Al Hasan was not out on 40 and Mehidy Hasan Miraz was not out on 9 runs.