jamuna sports desk: Bangladesh fell deeper into trouble as they lost Mahmudullah Riyad for 28 while wobbling at 109 for 4 in 34.4 overs during the first session of day-3 of one-off historic Test against India at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad on Saturday.
Earlier, Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal and middle-order batsmen Mominul Haque departed very first houre.
Tamim and Mominul Haque opened batting at 41/1. However, Tamim had to depart being a run-out in the third over of the day as they tried to take an impossible double.
Bangladesh lost second wicket for 44.
Tamim who was unbeaten on 24 in the previous day, added only 1 run in the day 3.
Mominul was LBW in the first delivery of 25th over by Umesh Yadav. He scored only 12 runs as Bangladesh lost third wicket for 64.
Mahmudullah and Shakib Al Hasan then made a 45-run partnership in the 4th wicket. Mahmudullah was LBW by Ishant Sharma in the 35th over scoring 28. Bangladesh's fourth wicket fell for 109.
Earlier, India declared first innings at 687 for 6. Captain Virat Kohli had smashed a double-century while Murali Vijay and Wriddhiman Saha made two-centuries.
This is Tigers first Test in Indian soil 17 year after they achieved Test-status.