Chittagong: Tapash Baisya returned a career-best four for 72 to help Bangladesh restrict West Indies to 296 all out at the close of the second day of the second Test on Tuesday.
The 20-year-old right-arm paceman collected three more wickets on Tuesday after dismissing the Caribbean opener Wavell Hinds on the first day. It was the first time Bangladesh had dismissed any Test opponents for fewer than 300.
Daren Ganga (63) and skipper Ridley Jacobs (59) hit half centuries to lead a West Indies recovery after the tourists had resumed at 38 for one in reply to Bangladesh’s 194.
Bangladeshwere forty for no loss at stumps. (Reuters)