Watch : Wicket Keeper Joshua Da Silva flew to his left to take a magnificent one-handed catch.

Bangladesh is 50 for two in the second innings at the end of the second day of the first Test against the West Indies. Bangladesh was all out for 103 in the first innings and in reply, the West Indies were all out for 265 in the first innings.

West Indies bowled 20 overs in the match while alzarri joseph bowled 08 overs and alzarri claimed both the wickets for Bangladesh. There, Joshua de Silva caught a superb catch by Tamim Iqbal and this brilliant catch from Joshua Da Silva gave West Indies the breakthrough they wanted.

He had a thick edge and wicketkeeper Joshua da Silva flew to his left to take an outstanding one-hand catch.

In Joseph’s second over, he smashed night watchman Mehdi Hassan for two. That was when Joseph’s sharp lifting ball landed in Kyle Myers’ safe hand on the first slip.

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