Yadav was dropped from India's Test squad ahead of the home series against South Africa but got a lucky break back into the side after Jasprit Bumrah picked up an injury.
On his road to recovery from injury, Bumrah tweeted a picture of the middle stump broken in the nets, hinting that he is on course to make a comeback with a bang.
Indian pacers grabbed all the wickets as India won their maiden Day/Night Test to complete a 2-0 series sweep over Bangladesh.
Fellow pacer Ishant Sharma, who claimed five wickets in Bangladesh's first innings and four in the second, said changing his wrist position helped him create angles.
Poor Haque, who had a decent Test average of around 40 before this game in which he returned a pair, tried to put up a positive front by coming up with honest replies.
In the first-ever day-night Test in India, Bangladesh were shot out for 106 in the first innings while India declared on 347/9 with a lead of 241 runs.
He achieved the feat as India defeated Bangladesh by an innings and 46 runs on day three of the day-night Test here at Eden Gardens.
After India declared their first innings on 347/9 on Saturday, Bangladesh slumped to 14/3 by the seventh over and risked losing the match inside two days.
Al-Amin Hossain has called for more Test match experience after they were blown away by India in both rubbers of the two-match series.
Playing with the full face of the bat and oozing confidence, the skipper once again made it seem as if he was playing on a different surface.
This is Kohli's 20th Test ton as the skipper of the side. The 31-year-old Kohli brought up his century off 159 balls in the 68th over.
India captain Virat Kohli on Saturday surpassed former Australia skipper Ricky Ponting by slamming his 20th hundred as a Test skipper.
The first five-wicket haul by an Indian with a pink ball should be a memorable by-product of Ishant Sharma's transformation.
20 years of Bangladesh cricket: With gritty fans and splendid infrastructure, Tigers still fail to roar
Despite almost 20 years of experience in Tests and having one of the better-looked-after squads, Bangladesh continue to be lambs when they tour overseas
One fan posted a picture of two fans of the two cricket rivals growling at each other and pointed out that this too happens.