India and Bangladesh locked horns for the first day of the one-off Test, and after a few initial hiccups, India came on top to gain complete control at the stumps.

The match was postponed by a day and began on February 9, 2017, at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad. India lost its opener in the very first over of the match but was steadied by Murli Vijay and Chateshwar Pujara who added 178 runs.

Live updates day 2:

India 606/6 Wriddhiman Saha 76*.

India 544/5 - Virat Kohli 204, break Don Bradman's record, smashes four double-centuries in consecutive series'

India 474/4 - Kohli 191*

India 407/3 - Rahane 53.

India 380/3 (96.0 overs) Virat Kohli is still unbeaten at 134.

India steadies after initial hiccups

The pitch had a trace of green and offered some help to the seamers. Murli Vijay took some time to adjust to the pace and bounce of the pitch and prodded on cautiously. After surviving the first hour of the game, he went to play his natural game and added 178 runs with Cheteshwar Pujara.

Vijay made full use of life he got in the 16th over and after the departure of Pujara remained stoically to complete another century stand with his skipper. Vijay played 160 balls for his score of 108 which was studded with 12 boundaries and a six.

Tv telecast and online stream details

The proceeding of the second day can be watched on the following TV channels-

  • Star Sports and Ten Sports TV channel in India
  • Gazi TV and Ten Sports in Bangladesh
  • Ten Sports or MTV Sports in Sri Lanka
  • PTV Sports, Geo Super or Ten Sports in Pakistan

The online stream can be followed live on GTV.com and Channel 9 websites in Bangladesh.

In India, Hotstar will be beaming the games live in Hindi and English commentary at its website.

Unstoppable Virat Kohli

Kohli walked in when the score was 180 for 2 and was at his ruthless self.

He hit the Bangla bowlers all over the ground, and it was pure class and artistry by the Indian skipper.

He drove, he flicked, and he nudged with incredible dexterity making one wonder if 2017 is going to be even more phenomenal than 2016?

There was no respite for the visiting side, as Kohli scored freely to notch another century, the fourth in the last seven Tests, in 130 deliveries.

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