Pakistan finished the convention of their success in the first part of the day meeting on Day 5 to take an unassailable lead in the two-match series against Bangladesh. Abid Ali and Abdullah Shafique continued from their short-term score of 109/0, and despite the fact that Bangladesh excused both, it ended up being simple relief for the home side.
Abdullah Shafique enhanced his first innings returns of 52 by making 73 in the second, while Abid Ali too conveyed forward his romping structure. He missed making twin hundreds of years by only nine runs as he was excused on 91, caught leg before by Taijul Islam – who completes the apparatus with eight wickets.
The Pakistan openers were the bedrock of the group’s triumph, having established the vibe in the primary innings with a 146-run stand. It dulled Bangladesh’s flying beginning to the installation, as the hosts had posted 330 runs in the primary innings. However Bangladesh got a first-innings lead, they were scattered in the second burrow by Shaheen Afridi’s outstanding bowling exertion – 15-3-32-5.
That permitted Pakistan to package out Bangladesh for only 157, even as Liton Das battled on with a courageous 57. This implied Pakistan were passed on to pursue 201. Abid and Shafique ensured the side against a breakdown late on Day 4 and proceeded to add another match-characterizing stand worth 151 runs. However the two of them fell, Azhar Ali and Babar Azam took the group over the line.