Pakistan take series with 328- run win

Pakistan won the test series against Bangladesh
Pakistan 557 for 8 declared (Azhar Ali 226, Younis Khan 148, Asad Shafiq 107) and 195 for 6 dec (Misbah ul Haq 82) beat Bangladesh 203 (Shakib ul Hassn 89) and 221 (Mominul 68, Yasir Shah 4-73) by 328 runs

Bangladesh plunged to a 328-run crush in Mirpur, after a few top-request batsmen indicated little will to get by against a Pakistan assault making cheerful on a wearing track. Having touched base with adequately eight wickets under control on day four - Shahadat Hossain not able to bat - Bangladesh were hard and fast before tea, having lost six wickets for 57 either side of the lunch interim. A substantial annihilation was constantly likely, after the hosts had surrendered a 354-run first-innings lead, yet they will be disillusioned at the limp completion to what has generally been an encouraging visit.

Yasir Shah was the essential danger in Pakistan's assault, as he discovered ricochet and turn from the footmarks to supplement his fine cadence and variety. He took 4 for 73 and impelled bounty more edges and mis-hits that fell into space. Imran Khan guaranteed two scalps, and Wahab Riaz, Mohammad Hafeez and Junaid Khan took one every. Misbah-ul-Haq tried to remain Yasir in real life toward one side, while he turned bowlers at the other. The 1-0 Test arrangement triumph takes after a whitewash overcome in the four unnatural overs matches, for Pakistan.

The fourth day's slide started with Tamim Iqbal, who practiced more alert than he had done on the past nighttime, yet was drawn into a free shot in Imran's first over of the morning. Tamim tossed his bat at a wide full-length conveyance and edged the ball behind, not having represented Imran's additional skip. He was out for 42.

Mahmudullah's tetchy 12-ball innings was characterized by unsafe teases with Wahab's bouncers; however it would be Imran who discovered his edge also. Jabbing at a back-of-a-length conveyance in the conduit, Mahmudullah sent the ball to Younis Khan at second slip, who held the catch on second handle.

Shakib Al Hasan edged his second ball through the crevasse, however kept on playing his strokes, trudge clearing Yasir for four as Mominul Haque advanced energetically close by him. Aspiration was Shakib's ruin as well. He ran at Mohammad Hafeez's third conveyance of the day and endeavored to put the ball into the sight screen, however mis-hit it and was gotten at mid-off. Mushfiqur Rahim was less reckless, playing out eight scoreless conveyances, before he misconstrued a Yasir legbreak and played it onto his stumps 15 minutes out from the meal break.

Any expectations of a Bangladesh resistance revolved around Mominul as wickets tumbled at the flip side. While other batsmen had been surged by the ricochet in the track, Mominul pulled and snared Wahab with control, taking off alone the balls too high to drag down. He was snappy footed and unequivocal against the spinners also, discovering normal runs into the outfield off Yasir, who tried him with googlies in the morning. Mominul thrived behind the wicket specifically, everything except one of his nine limits coming in that locale. His fifty, which fell off 83 balls, made him the 5th player after Virender Sehwag, Gautam Gambhir, Viv Richards and Abdominal muscle de Villiers to hit half-hundreds of years in 11 successive Tests.

Soumya Sarkar was gotten down the legside off Wahab not long after lunch, and Mominul got out next over. He spotted a more extensive Yasir ball behind point for four, then anticipating that the bowler should pitch more full, ran down the pitch and pointed a hurled back to front commute. His mis-hit went just to the extent Asad Shafiq at spread, who held a sharp, low opportunity on his right side.

That release put Bangladesh at 143 for 7, and it was just a matter of time until two more batsmen wavered. Taijul Islam sent a top-edged compass to short fine leg, before Shuvagata Hom tossed his bat around for a 55-ball 39 with Mohammad Shahid for organization. He in the end had a yorker sneak through his safeguards, to give Junaid his just scalp of the innings.

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