Teenage sensation Mehedi Hasan took six wickets as Bangladesh secured their first ever test win over England with an 108-run victory on Sunday.
England had won all previous nine matches against their South Asian rivals but were all out for 164 in their second innings while chasing 273 for victory on the third day of the second test at the Shere Bangla National Stadium.
Off-spinner Mehedi picked up his second five-wicket haul in the test for a match-haul of 12 wickets as the hosts tied up the two-match series at 1-1.
ENGLAND SECOND INNINGS & 244; BANGLADESH 220 & 296
Over 45.3 || Score 164 (Chris Woakes 9)
Bangladesh won by 108 runs!
BIG day for Bangladesh cricket. The Tigers have registered their first ever Test win over England, and the star of the match is Mehedi Hasan Miraz who had a 12-wicket haul. He was ably supported by Shakib Al Hasan with five wickets. And Tamim Iqbal remained the only batsman in the match to have put up a triple figure score.
Over 30 || Score 118/2 (Alastair Cook 57; Gary Ballance 5)
The best bowler for the hosts in the 1st innings provided the break-through that they were looking in the form of Dukcett, Mehedi picked up his 1st wicket of 2nd innings. Just after 5 balls, Shakib dismissed Root for 1 run to bring Bangladesh back in the match.
England need 155 runs to win this Test match as well as the series and Bangladesh need 7 wickets to make this 1-1.
WICKET: Duckett b Mehedi Hasan Miraz 56 (64b)
WICKET: JE Root lbw b Shakib Al Hasan 1 (2b)
Over 20 || Score 90/0 (Alastair Cook 37; Ben Duckett 48)
What a good looking opening partnership from England's captian Cook and his new partner Duckett. They are scoring at a healthy rate as well and making Bangladesh look miserable on the field today.
Over 12 || Score 45/0 (Alastair Cook 14; Ben Duckett 27)
After bowling out Bangladesh for 296 in the second innings, England have started the chase in an ideal way with openers Alastair Cook and Ben Duckett already stitching a 45-run stand.
BANGLADESH SECOND INNINGS & 220; England 244
Over 60.3 || Score 268/7 (Shuvagata Hom 15)
LUNCH time in Mirpur. The fall of Sabbir Rahman's wicket prompted umpires to take the break. England wrested back the initiative from Bangladesh by taking quick wickets, but the hosts have taken a lead of 244.
Over 52 || Score 226/4 (Shakib Al Hasan 30; Mushfiqur Rahim 8)
Imrul Kayes got out at 78, LBW to Moeen Ali, but Bangladesh have gained a lead of more than 200 runs in Mirpur. Shakib Al Hasan is now batting with skipper Mushfiqur Rahim.
Over 43 || Score Score 195/3 (Imrul Kayes 78; Shakib Al Hasan 11)
Thanks to Imrul Kayes unbeaten 78, Bangladesh have increased the lead to 171 runs with 7 wickets remaining. His partnership with Shakib Al Hasan is now worth 43 runs.
Bangladesh opener Imrul Kayes remained unbeaten with a half-century as the hosts extend the lead over 100 runs against England on the second day of the second and final Test on Saturday.
Mirpur: Follow live cricket score of Bangladesh-England second Test, day 3 from Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur.