Joy for Ben Stokes, agony for Sabbir Rehman as England win 1st Test against Bangladesh

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England's Ben Stokes starred with both bat and ball as England overcame the challenge Bangladesh put up in the first Test. AP

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Day 1: Bangladesh's Mehedi Hasan Miraz starred on the first day as he shows the ball and test cap for taking five wickets after end of the first day of the first Test against England. AP

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Day 1: England's Jonny Bairstow (52) and Moeen Ali's (68) cheer each other during the first day. AP

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Day 2: Tamim Iqbal led from in host nation's first innings as he scored a mature 78 in Bangladesh's total of 248. AP

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Day 2: England's Ben Stokes starred with the ball on second day as he took 4 wickets. AP

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Day 3: England's Ben Stokes plays a shot during the third day of their first Test against Bangladesh. He top scored in the second innings of the visitors with 85 runs as Alastair Cook and co set a target of 285 for the hosts. AP

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Day 3: Bangladesh's Shakib Al Hasan took a five-wicket haul as England were dismissed for 240 in their second innings. AP

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Day 4: After Imrul Kayes' quick fire 43, Sabbir Rahman took charge of the chase as a flurry of wickets fell on the other end. He acknowledges the crowd after scoring fifty runs. AP

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Day 5: Stuart Broad consoles Bangladesh's batsman Sabbir Rahman after he was left stranded on 64 runs, as England won against Bangladesh in their first Test in Chittagong. AP

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Day 5: England's cricketers celebrate their victory over Bangladesh. The visitors won the first Test by 22 runs. AP


Updated Date: Oct 24, 2016 17:47 PM

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