Rawalpindi (Sports Reporter) On the second day of the first cricket Test match between Pakistan and Bangladesh, Pakistan scored 342 for 3 in their first innings loss. Pakistan have a 109-run lead against Bangladesh. 7 wickets are available. Abid Ali and Sean Masood started their innings on the second day of the first cricket test match between Pakistan and Bangladesh in the ICC Test Championship Series at Pindi Cricket Stadium. In the second and second ball of the first over of Abu Javed, opener Abid Ali scored without wicket keeper. Tin Kumar Das caught the hands of Pakistan, then Pakistan’s score was only two runs. After which Captain Azhar Ali came in to play. Opener Sean Masood completed his half century with 54 balls with 9 fours. The second wicket fell on an aggregate score of 93 runs when captain Azhar Ali scored 34 runs and Abujaweed got caught in the hands of Najamul Hasan. Azam came to bat. Pakistan score was 95 for loss of two wickets at lunch break. Sean Masood and PM responsible after the lunch break. Babar Azam completed his half-century with 79 balls with 8 fours. Pakistan completed 150 runs in 38.2 overs and 200 runs in 52.1 overs. Shaan Masood took 11 fours for 157 balls before the break. Shane Masood and Babar Azam scored 112 runs in the third wicket partnership. Pakistan’s third wicket fell on a score of 205 when Shan Masood bowled on Taj-ul-Islam’s ball, scoring 100 runs. After Shasan Masood, Asad Shafiq came to bat. Pakistan scored 206 for three wickets at tea break. After the break, Babar Azam and Asad Shafiq continued to bat responsibly. On this occasion Babar Azam scored an excellent century with 134 balls with 15 fours, the fourth in his test and his second consecutive century in Pindi. Pakistan completed their 300-run 77.3 overs at a loss of three wickets. On this occasion Asad Shafiq completed his half-century with 83 fours and 7 fours. After 83.3 overs Bangladesh took the new ball but Bangladesh. The team could not get any benefit from it. On the second day of the first cricket Test match, Pakistan lost 34 wickets in their first innings at the end of the game. 2 runs scored. Babar Azam scored 143 without being out and Asad Shafiq scored 60 without being out. Both of Pakistan’s not out batsmen scored 137 runs in the fourth wicket partnership. Javed took two wickets for 66 runs in 20 overs, Tajul Islam took one wicket for 111 in 34 overs, while Rubel Hussain scored 77 runs in 17 overs, Prasad Hussein 78 runs in 14.5 overs and Mahmudullah could not get any wickets in six overs.