Kyle Mayers made his Test debut in the 144-year history of Test cricket by scoring a double century at the Zahurul Haque Stadium in Chittagong. In the first Test of Bangladesh vs. West Indies, West Indies snatch the victory by three wickets in Kyle Mayers’ unbeaten 200-run innings against Bangladesh.
In the first Test on Sunday, Bangladesh batted in the fast innings and scored 430 runs. Against him, the West Indies lost ten wickets in the first innings and scored 259 runs on the scoreboard. Rahkeem Cornwall and Nkrumah Bonner lost eight wickets for 223 runs in the second innings. The visiting West Indies set a winning target of 395 runs. The fifth-highest run chase by the West Indies went down to bat against the declared Bangladesh team of 395 runs.
Batting in the second innings against Bangladesh, West Indies lost three wickets in Miraj’s bowling cannon. After that, Kyle Mayers and Nkrumah Bonner came on the field, and the list of runs on the scoreboard of the West Indies started to grow.
Kyle Mayers-Remember the name, on the way to double century:
Kyle Mayers was dismissed for 40 off 65 balls in the first innings against Bangladesh in his debut match in Test cricket. In the second innings, Bangladesh batted against 395 runs. The 28-year-old made his Test debut by scoring a double century in 318 balls to lead the West Indies to victory. He hit twenty fours and seven sixes in these long innings of 310 balls. Kyle Mayers’ unbeaten 210 gave the West Indies a 1-0 lead in the first Test.
Kyle Mayers snatched the victory by chasing the highest fifth run of 395 against Bangladesh. He surprised everyone by scoring a double century in his debut match in Test cricket in Asia.
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He was a skilled all-rounder in the West Indies U-19 team. Kyle Mayers made history by scoring a double century against Bangladesh in Chittagong in his debut match in Test cricket.