Australian cricket team in scary bus attack in Bangladesh

Posted September 07, 2017

Having taken the new ball for the first time in a Test first innings, Lyon continued his excellent series, taking 5-77 on day one of the second Test as the Tigers reached stumps at 6-253.

In the process, Lyon recorded his 11th five-wicket haul in Test cricket.

Despite his reputation as one of the game's most destructive batsmen, Warner has on numerous occasions posted substantial scores at, by his standards, pedestrian pace; he's needed more than 100 balls to pass fifty on three separate occasions before and even took 133 balls to reach that milestone against West Indies in Dominica in 2012.

"It's a tough environment to come out and try to play your shots and play your natural game", he said.

"I think (the doubts) probably hit me in Sri Lanka (in 2016)", Warner said after his first Test century.

"It's a pretty good wicket, more traditional subcontinental wicket. You want to test yourself in the hardest conditions and see how you react".

Australia have recalled left-arm spinner Steve O'Keefe for the injured Josh Hazlewood and could play him alongside their frontline spinners Nathan Lyon and Ashton Agar.

"I was wanting (Jones) to stay out there because he was batting so well, and of course I didn't know just how distressed he was", Border later said. "Very special day and hopefully tomorrow they can kick on".

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In hot, humid and sapping conditions, the hosts looked like they could run over the opposition with 400 in the first innings.

"They're in the ice baths now".

"We'll all sleep well tonight, do all our recovery".

The right-hander was dismissed for 82 on the third day after a mix-up with David Warner.

But Warner and Handscomb put their shoulders to the wheel and soon put Mushfiqur to the sword with a superb stand that Australia will hope has plenty left in it on day three. He got good reward from that stumping today. "He always spoke about that when he was keeping for Australia".

The West Australian's five overs of gentle seamers were unthreatening on a docile Chittagong wicket as Bangladesh's batsmen dealt with him easily.

Lyon however backed Khawaja to win his place back in the side. As I said before, they play on your ego a little bit, they shut down your runs, they shut down your boundary options, and you've got to milk the ones. We're facing quality bowlers. "It allowed me just to rotate the strike and not really have any need to leave your crease all the time. Construction works are going on along the route and one of the escorting vehicles sent the rock flying into the window of the team bus", Bahar was quoted as saying by Reuters.