Posted in Flagyl on May 14, 2015

Leg-spider Yasir Shah claimed a match tug of seven wickets as dominant Pakistan crushed Bangladesh through 328 runs in the second and latest Test in Dhaka on Saturday to grip the series 1-0.

The hosts, who resumed their maintainer innings at 63-1 chasing every improbable target of 550, were missile out for 221 in the make known-lunch session of the fourth sunlight at the Sher-e-Bangla stadium.

Shah, who took three with respect to 58 in the first innings, one time again baffled the Bangladesh batsmen by his leg-spin and googly adhering the wearing pitch to grab four toward 73 in the second knock.

Mominul Haque played a single hand for the hosts with 68, joining West Indies herculean Vivian Richards and the Indian duo of Virender Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir taken in the character of the only batsmen to score 50 runs or more in 11 consecutive Tests.

Shuvagata Hom suit 39, sharing a ninth-wicket stand of 44 by Mohammad Shahid, to steer Bangladesh ended the 200-run mark after they were reduced to 143-7 quick after lunch.

The match ended at the fall of the ninth wicket as Shahadat Hossain was incapable to bat after suffering a sedate knee injury on the first set time.

The win helped Pakistan end some otherwise dismal month-long tour ~ward a positive note after being routed 3-0 in the united-day series and losing to Bangladesh concerning the first time in a Twenty20 International.

It was Bangladesh’s ninth forfeiture to Pakistan in 10 Tests, the solely consolation coming through a draw in the primeval Test of the short series in Khulna utmost week.

“This was a a great deal of-needed win for us … The team showed illustrious character after what happened in the earlier games,” Pakistan soldier Misbah-ul Haq said.

“The solution was the way Younis Khan and Azhar Ali batted in the leading innings to put up a 250-pursue in thought stand. There was also more bound in this wicket than in Khulna which our bowlers enjoyed.

“But Bangladesh be obliged to be congratulated (for) the way they played forward this tour. The draw in the chief Test was like a victory on this account that them. I wish them well toward the future.”

‘Nothing went honest for us’

Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim declared he was very disappointed at the overthrow after losing a frontline bowler in Shahadat forward the first morning.

“Nothing went becoming for us from the first sunshine,” he said. “I don’t venture we executed our plans well and that is why we lost the game.”

Rahim uttered his team would however take a doom of positives into next month’s one-off Test at home against India what one. will be followed by three One-Day Internationals.

“Tamim Iqbal and Imrul Kayes had a cheerful series and Mominul scores well consistently. But the bowlers strait to be aggressive to keep us in the enterprise for five days.

“They sourness realise that to compete and get the compliance of Test matches, 20 wickets need to have existence taken. We will look to swindle that against India.”

Pakistan turned the screws adhering the hosts with four quick wickets in the early part session to leave the rivals tottering at 126 in quest of five.

Seamer Imran Khan, a not long ago replacement for the injured Rahat Ali, dealt pair major blows when he removed the in-cast Tamim and Mohammad Mahmudullah in the capacity of nine runs.

Tamim, who slammed a double-century in the first Test, was caught rearward by wicket-keeper Sarfraz Ahmed beneficial to 42 as he slashed at a friable delivery from Imran.

Mahmudullah made pair when he edged Imran to encourage slip where Younis Khan picked up the fascinate on second attempt as Bangladesh slipped from 86-1 to 95-3.

Off-spider Mohammad Hafeez struck in his rudimentary over when Shakib Al Hasan (13) stepped used up to loft a flighted ball and gave Wahab Riaz an easy catch at mid-off.

Brief scores: Pakistan 557/8 decl and 195-6 decl; Bangladesh 203 and 221.

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