Mighty Australia fall 20 short as Bangladesh roar to historic win in 1st Test

Catch all the photo highlights of Bangladesh's landmark Test win against Australia

FirstCricket Staff August 30, 2017 16:33:23 IST
Bangladesh complete a memorable win by defeating Australia for the first time in Test match cricket. AP
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Bangladesh complete a memorable win by defeating Australia for the first time in Test match cricket. AP
The world no.1 all rounder, Shakib Al Hasan, lived up to his billing as he scored 84-runs in the first innings and bagged a 10-wicket haul in the Test to be crowned as Man of the Match. AFP
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The world no.1 all rounder, Shakib Al Hasan, lived up to his billing as he scored 84-runs in the first innings and bagged a 10-wicket haul in the Test to be crowned as Man of the Match. AFP
The way Australia's David Warner was batting, it looked like he was going to take Australia to victory. He brought up a personal milestone by getting to his century. But he was dismissed for 112 and his ton ended in a losing cause. AP
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The way Australia's David Warner was batting, it looked like he was going to take Australia to victory. He brought up a personal milestone by getting to his century. But he was dismissed for 112 and his ton ended in a losing cause. AP
Australia's captain Steve Smith walked back to the pavilion after he was dismissed caught behind by Bangladesh's Shakib Al Hasan. AP
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Australia's captain Steve Smith walked back to the pavilion after he was dismissed caught behind by Bangladesh's Shakib Al Hasan. AP
Shakib Al Hasan kept picking wickets to peg Australia back. He bowled Glenn Maxwell of the first ball in the post Lunch session. AP
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Shakib Al Hasan kept picking wickets to peg Australia back. He bowled Glenn Maxwell of the first ball in the post Lunch session. AP
Bangladesh attacked with players surrounding the bat as Australia's wicketkeeper Matthew Wade became another of Shakib's victim. AP
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Bangladesh attacked with players surrounding the bat as Australia's wicketkeeper Matthew Wade became another of Shakib's victim. AP
Pat Cummins did his best by playing few attacking shots to get closer to the target of 264, he remained unbeaten on 33 but lost partners from the other end. AFP
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Pat Cummins did his best by playing few attacking shots to get closer to the target of 264, he remained unbeaten on 33 but lost partners from the other end. AFP
Taijul Islam celebrates after taking the last wicket of Josh Hazlewood to record a stunning 20-run victory over the mighty Aussies. AFP
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Taijul Islam celebrates after taking the last wicket of Josh Hazlewood to record a stunning 20-run victory over the mighty Aussies. AFP
Bangladeshi supporters rejoiced the momentous occasion as hundreds thronged the stadium in Dhaka to witness their team create history. AP
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Bangladeshi supporters rejoiced the momentous occasion as hundreds thronged the stadium in Dhaka to witness their team create history. AP