Bangladesh were 60 for 4 in their second innings at lunch on the third day after India declared their first innings at overnight score of 493 for 6 in the first Test here on Saturday. Bangladesh still trail by 283 runs with six second innings wickets in hand.
Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmudullah were batting at 9 and 6 respectively at the break.
Meanwhile the double centurion for India, Mayank Agarwal said, 'I think it goes down to understanding that there had been times when I have not got runs. So I must respect the game that I am batting well. When I am doing that I have to make sure that I make it big and put the team in driver's seat or put it in such a position that they cannot lose from there'.
'I think it goes down to gameplan. Who you are feeling comfortable against and who you want to attack and then pick the right balls. You can't just say that okay I am going to hit each and every ball. You can't do that. It's not going to happen that way,' he said.