Afghan players have come in the morning with a winning punch. But Vadra's sky broke the rainy flowers at the Chowdhury Stadium in Zahur Ahmed, Chittagong. The play of day five of Chattogram Test has stopped due to rain.
The play of day four was scheduled to start at 9:30 am.
Bangladesh ended Day 4 at 136 runs for 6. They need 262 runs more.
Earlier, Afghanistan was bowled out for 260 runs in their second innings and set 398-run target for Bangladesh.
Bangladesh made 205 runs in their first innings while Afghanistan scored 342 runs in their first innings.