Pakistan Win Second Test Match Against Bangladesh.
Dhaka: In the match being played at Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium in Dhaka, Bangladesh was bowled out for 205 in the second innings.
Pakistani bowlers also bowled brilliantly in the second innings. Only Shakib Al Hasan managed to score a half-century. He was bowled by Sajid Khan for 63 runs.
Mushfiqur Rahim was also run out in the second innings and he scored 48 runs.
Sajid Khan bowled brilliantly in the second innings too and bowled 4 wickets while Shaheen Shah Afridi and Hassan Ali took 2 wickets each.
Sajid Khan took a total of 12 wickets in the match and became the first off-spinner to take 12 wickets in a Test match for Pakistan.
Earlier, in the second over of the game on the 5th day, Sajid Khan bowled Tejul Islam while Shaheen Shah Afridi bowled Khalid Ahmed in the next over.
Sajid Khan took 8 wickets in the first innings by dismissing veteran Bangladesh batsman Shakib Al Hasan and played a key role in making Bangladesh a follow-on victim.
Shakib Al Hasan was the standout batsman for Bangladesh with 33 runs while Najam Al Hassan Shinto scored 30 runs. What, a wicket came in the part of Shaheen Shah Afridi and a Bangladeshi batsman was run out.
On the fourth day of the game, Pakistan declared their first innings at 300 for 4. Babar Azam, Azhar Ali, Fawad Alam and Mohammad Rizwan scored half-centuries for Pakistan.
Sajid Khan ranks fourth after Abdul Qadir, Sarfraz Nawaz and Yasir Shah in terms of best individual performance.
The Pakistani cricket team has won the most unique award in the 145-year history of Test cricket. The Green Shirts became the first team in the history of Test cricket to take 13 wickets on the last day of the Test.
It should be noted that on the last day of the rain-affected Dhaka Test match between Pakistan and Bangladesh, the host team lost to Pakistan by an innings and 8 runs.
Pakistan has got 12 points after winning two Test matches, after which Pakistan has moved up to the second position in the rankings of the Test Championship while Sri Lanka is at the first position.