The next day, the home of cricket witnessed a more dense crowd than the first day.
Among this huge crowd we found two cricket loving souls Emon and Rudro. They are currently finishing their higher education in Mymenshingh. They took the morning train today to reach the capital just to enjoy the Dhaka Test and to cheer for the Tigers.
They expressed their feelings about this adventure to Jago news and claimed, “We started very early in the morning. We had the feeling that our boys will perform well today. We will be returning to home by the evening’s train.”
When they were asked the difference between cheering in front of the TV and at the stadium they told us that watching at the television is peaceful but watching live at the stadium has a different feeling.
The two teenage boys said that it is amazing to see favorite cricketers in front of our eyes.
They both want the Tigers to clinch the victory and if possible they well come out at the last day as well.
At the end of the first session of the second day, Australia scored 123 runs for the loss of 6 wickets.