Australia managed to lose against Bangladesh thanks to David Warner’s undefeated media and an unbelievable bowling alley for Nathan Lyon, who won 6 of 82 races.
Australia is now relentless thanks to Warner while on Tuesday has been challenging the winner of the first test against Bangladesh in Dhaka. Warner remained unaddressed at 75 when visitors moved to 109-2 on the stump on the third day and still need 156 to win.

Bangladesh was disappointed when helicopter Mehedi Hasan Matt Renshaw caught his feet, and Usman Khawaja raised the ball to Taijul Islam in the square foot of Shakib al-Hasan in the next.

Australia looked worried for 28-2 when they nearly lost the second pass when Captain Steve Smith was pushed out of Mehedie and left. But he was called back after the reproduction showed that his legs bobbed a little behind him when Wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim broke the boulders. Mehdi Imrul Kayes again put Smith in three. He did not go to place 25 and put odd 81 with Warner for the third wicket.

Warner faced 96 balls and hit 11 quartets and six

Prior to that, Lyon used sales at the Sher-e-Bangladesh National Stadium to stop Bangladesh’s progress. He was currently indicted with 155 sales outlets, but his dismissal of Cummins for 78 years has caused a collapse. His left hand slipped into a short sphere, whistling beside him. Suzitor Aleem Dar refused a gentle appeal from the pitcher, but Smith decided to check. Replicas indicated that the ball touched Tamim’s gloves and ended in a good eight-part possession to keep up with 71 in the first change.

Bangladesh, ranked nine in the tests, seeks its first win over Australia’s fourth spot in what is just the fifth test match between the two teams.