Just when it seemed that Bangladesh will play out the first hour for the loss of a wicket, they lose one more. He had night-watchman Taijul Islam plumb in front before having Mahmudullah caught at first slip.
The onus was on Mominul Haq (41) to try to erase the deficit but the Bangladesh skipper fell lbw to Shaheen Afridi in the very first over of the day.
Bangladesh team bowled out for 168 in their second innings after resuming the day on 126-6.
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Last man Naseem was run out to end Pakistan's first innings.
They will also play a one-day worldwide in Karachi (April 3) before the second Test. Pakistan need four more wickets while Bangladesh need to score 86 more to make the hosts bat in Rawalpindi.
It is to be noted that Bangladesh recently played their maiden Day-Night Test against India in November at Eden Gardens in Kolkata.
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"I think it is very hard to score big runs if you get out at 30 or 35 because then you can not make good partnerships". Then Mominul Haque and Shanto tried to create resistance.
Mohammad Abbas trapped Rubel Hossain (five) lbw before Yasir hastened Bangladesh's collapse. Former Pakistan bowler Sohail Tanvir, who has seen Naseem Shah from close quarters while training with Pakistan Super League side Quetta Gladiators and the southpaw believes Pakistan may have unearthed a gem in the 16-year-old. Mahmudullah was caught by Haris Sohail at the last ball of that over and Naseem completed his hattrick. Nasim took 4 and Yasir Shah took two wickets.
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