Kamrul Islam Rabbi: The symbol of resistance

In the thick of ups and downs in the first ever away Test encounter for Bangladesh against India, performances of a particular batsman is among discussions despite his ineligibility of being regarded as a batsman in the team. Kamrul Islam Rabbi, being taken in the team as a paceman showed his guts with the bat, defending a huge number of deliveries in the crucial ultimate moments of the game.

Rabbi resisted 70 deliveries to score 3 runs in Hyderabad facing sever spin attack from Ravichandran Ashwin and the rough pitch condition of the fifth day of a Test match. He even scored 2 runs playing 63 balls in Christchurch in the previous series against New Zealand.

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Veteran Indian commentator Sanjay Manjrekar praised Bangladesh fighting spirit in the adversity of playing condition. The 208 run defeat might be inevitable after India imposed such a huge total in the first innings but the Tigers exhibited a tremendous fighting spirit till the last session of the last day.

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