Pakistan defeated Bangladesh by an innings and eight runs on the ultimate day of the second Check in Dhaka on Wednesday and concluded a flawless tour that noticed them whitewash their hosts in each the T20I and Check sequence.
Sajid Khan was the simple star of the present as he added 4 extra wickets to his tally of eight within the first innings to complete with a dozen for the match. Among the many wicket takers was additionally a rarity as captain Babar Azam bought a wicket in what was solely the second over of his Check profession.
Earlier, the vacationers inched near the win after ending the resistance of Mushfiqur Rahim and Shakib Al Hasan.
Mushfiqur put two respectable partnerships collectively, with Liton Das and Shakib Al Hasan, earlier than an uncanny run-out on the stroke of tea on the fifth day.
Mushfiqur made 48 as hosts Bangladesh struggled to 146-6 of their second innings on the break, nonetheless needing 66 runs to keep away from an innings defeat.
Shakib Al Hasan, who placed on 49 runs with Mushfiqur for the sixth wicket, was their final hope however he additionally fall prey to Sajid Khan.
Liton earlier made 45 runs and placed on 73 for the fifth wicket to defy Pakistan’s assault, earlier than he was dismissed by Sajid Khan, who added to his 8-42 within the first innings.
After bowling out Bangladesh for a measly 87 runs within the first innings, the aspect’s lowest whole on dwelling soil, Pakistan had been hoping for a fast kill after imposing the follow-on.
Hasan Ali and Shaheen Afridi claimed two wickets within the morning session for the vacationers, leaving Bangladesh reeling at 25-Four of their second innings, earlier than Liton and Mushfiqur got here up with resistance.
Shakib additionally confirmed some aggression, hitting Hasan for 3 fours off consecutive deliveries to boost Bangladesh’s hopes of salvaging a draw.
Solely 63.2 overs of play had been doable within the first three days due to rain and unhealthy gentle.
Pakistan lead the two-Check sequence 1-Zero after an eight-wicket win in Chittagong.