🔰 Bangladesh 260 & 221: Tamim 78, Mushfiqur 41; Lyon 6-82 beat Australia 217 & 244: Warner 112; Shakib 5-85 by 20 runs
Steven Smith became the first Australian captain to preside over a Test defeat to the Tigers, ranked a lowly ninth in the game's longest format.
Set a challenging 265 to win for what would have been their second highest successful fourth innings run chase in the subcontinent, the tourists were nearing the home straight after Smith and his deputy David Warner added 49 to Australia's overnight total of 2-109.
The pair had put on 130, with Warner posting a brilliant ton, his first Test century overseas since late in 2014, and just his second Test ton in Asia. But the contest swung when the opener was struck on the pad in line with middle stump by Shakib Al Hasan on 112.
Smith and new batsman Peter Handscomb advanced the score to 3-170 at drinks, but the skipper faintly edged an angling ball from Shakib to be sharply caught behind the stumps. Handscomb was removed for just 15 after cutting spinner Taijul Islam to Soumya Sarkar at first slip.
A kill was there for the taking, and it looked likely to eventuate when Matthew Wade again departed cheaply LBW, prompting a jubilant dance from bowler Shakib. Ashton Agar then fell for just two after spooning a return catch to Taijul.
It was clear there would be no comeback though when Maxwell was bowled for 14 with the first ball after lunch, giving Shakib 10 wickets for the match to go with his first innings knock of 84. While some lusty late hitting from Cummins boosted hopes of a miraculous revival, Hazlewood was eventually trapped by Taijul for a duck, leading to pandemonium in the stands.
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