Pak vs Ban: Pakistan Beat Bangladesh 1st Test by 184 Runs

Pak vs Ban: Pakistan Beat Bangladesh 1st Test Match by 184 Runs on 4th day.Pakistan cricket team more progressive they defeat Bangladesh in 1st test match by 184 runs and won 1st innings this time Pak beat Ban by 1-0 match in 2 test match series.Bangladesh: Pakistan thrashed Bangladesh by an innings and 184 runs on the penultimate day of the opening Test here at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium on Monday to gain a 1-0 lead in the two-match series.

Bangladesh, trailing by 459 runs, resumed their second innings at 134-4 and were bowled out for 275 after lunch to suffer their 62nd defeat in 72 Tests.Left-arm spinner Abdur Rehman grabbed four wickets for 88 runs as he, off-spinner Saeed Ajmal and paceman Aizaz Cheema shared five wickets that fell on the fourth-day.

Fast bowler Rubel Hossain did not bat due a shoulder injury, suffered while fielding on Sunday.Debutant Mohammed Nazimuddin (78), Shakib Al Hasan (51) and skipper
Mushfiqur Rahim (49) were the main run-getters for Bangladesh.Cheema ended the innings when he had Shahadat Hossain (21) caught by Umar Gul in the covers in his first over with the second new ball.
Pak vs Ban: Pakistan Beat Bangladesh 1st Test by 184 Runs
Rehman dismissed well-set Nazimuddin and former captain Shakib in the morning session before accounting for Rahim to finish the match with seven wickets after having taken three in the first innings.Ajmal was the other wicket-taker in the morning when he bowled Mohammad Mahmudullah for no score.

Nazimuddin was involved in two stands, adding 78 runs for the fifth wicket with Shakib and 47 for the next with Rahim before being caught by Ajmal at mid-off.Opener Nazimuddin, 41 overnight, hit two sixes and nine fours in his 186-ball knock.
He was the second-highest scorer in the first innings with 31.He defied the Pakistani attack for more than an hour and completed his half-century when he turned Rehman to deep mid-wicket for three runs.

He then played a couple of big shots, lofting Rehman over extra cover and then Ajmal over mid-wicket for sixes. He gave two chances off Ajmal after completing his half-century but wicket-keeper Adnan Akmal missed both.Bangladesh had added only 24 runs to their overnight total when Shakib was trapped leg-before by Rehman after hitting eight fours in his ninth Test half-century.Pakistan had on Sunday posted a mammoth 594-5 declared in their first innings in reply to Bangladesh’s 135, with Younis Khan (200 not out), Mohammad Hafeez (143) and Asad Shafiq (104) being the main scorers.The second and final Test starts in Dhaka on Saturday.

Bangladesh crashed to their 35th innings defeat in 73 Tests, after Pakistan’s spinners ran circles through the middle and lower order on the fourth morning in Chittagong. The result seemed inevitable right from the first day, when the hosts put on a batting horror show to fold for 135 in their first innings. They made a better fist of things in the second dig, though the pitch had turned much more difficult after baking under the sun for three days.

Their late defiance, however, only served to extend the game into its 11th session, before Pakistan completed their fifth win in nine Tests this year.That the hosts even survived until lunch was down to the opener Nazimuddin, whose approach contrasted sharply with the impatience of his top-order colleagues. He made 78 off 189 balls, taking his match tally on debut to 109, giving the hosts something to salvage from another shambolic Test match. Nazimuddin’s vigil was particularly impressive given the sheer quality of spinners he was facing.

With the rough patches on the leg-stump area opening up finally, Saeed Ajmal was lethal from round the stumps, while Abdur Rehman produced drift and sharp turn with an attacking line. Together, they made short work of a line-up that lacked the technique to survive against a spin attack far superior to their own.

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