In the Wellington last year, the Bangladesh team scored a record of highest 388 runs in Test history a day. Tigers could not break the record even when it was very close to Chittagong. But Bangladesh has defeated India by taking maximum runs.
At the end of the first day of the Chittagong Test, the Bangladesh side were 374 runs losing 4 wickets. The 14th on the first day, However, if the record does not touch, Mominul-Mahmudullah has written the name of another Boudab record.
The Tigers scored the record for the highest runs on the first day of any test. Because, against New Zealand, Wellington has the highest record of 388 runs in a day, but it was the second day of the Test.
In 2012, Bangladesh were able to lift 365 runs in the first day against West Indies in Khulna. Tiger batsmen have left behind the record in Chittagong.
In addition, the Tigers were behind India in the record of the first day of the Test against Sri Lanka. Once in Delhi, India scored 371 runs for 4 wickets against Sri Lanka.
After that, India made 329 runs at the end of the first day of a Test against the hosts in Kandy, losing 6 wickets. Tigers, like the dream of the first day of Chittagong Test, passed the dream of statistics.