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Summary

  1. Bangladesh secure first Test win over England
  2. England lost 10 wickets for 64 after tea
  3. England collapsed from 100-0 at tea
  4. Spinner Mehedi took 6-77 (12-159 in match)
  5. Series finishes tied at 1-1

Live Reporting

By Amy Lofthouse

All times stated are UK

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Bangladesh's players celebrate
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I could get used to this three day Test business. That's all from us. We'll be back with you for the first Test against India, which starts on 9 November.

Thanks for joining us. In a bit.

Cook and Mushfiqur pose with the trophy, which they'll share, before both sets of players head off to thank their fans.

It's been a remarkable Test; Mehedi, Tamim, Stokes, Moeen have all played a part in pivotal moments. But England will be heading to India still scratching their heads about what their best Test line-up is, in terms of batting and bowling. 

Ebony Rainford-Brent

Ex-England batter on BBC Test Match Special

Ben Duckett
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Ben Duckett played with freedom in an unorthodox manner and showed the talent he has. He has a really exciting game and took the bowlers on when the ball was turning.

I think he has a bright future. The question will be whether he can do it against India but equally if it gets England off to a start maybe that's what they're looking for.

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Alex Smith: The England v Bangladesh test match is over in less than 3 days. A big lack of batting quality. Let's fly home, not to India.

Owais Majid: You can't hate this Bangladesh side. Spirit. Passion. Talent. Out played England. Fully deserved victory.

Man of the match and the series - Mehedi Hasan

Unsurprisingly it's Mehedi Hasan who picks up the man of the match and the man of the series award.

"The senior players have helped me. Sometimes when you are nervous, they were a lot of support for me," he says.

"Everybody showed a good performance. I think this wicket is good and it let us enjoy ourselves. "Taijul and Shakib were good support for me."

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Jonathan Agnew

BBC Test Match Special

Bangladesh lost in Chittagong - a game they should have won - but they went after England from the first morning of the first day. They saw a weakness in England.

Bangladesh's players celebrate
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Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim: "It's a great moment for Bangladesh cricket.

"The Test was up and down and you never knew who would win. The England boys showed their character but you knew with one wicket down it would be difficult   

"Coach was fired up when England were 100-0 and we weren't bowl well, but after that he bowled well and we took wickets regularly."

'It's only the beginning for Mehedi'

Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim on Mehedi: "It's a great effort for him and its only the beginning for him. He's a great batsman too so hopefully he can be a great all rounder for Bangladesh.

"The last two years we've played really well in our home conditions. That's one of our goals to beat every team in our home conditions. Now our next challenge is to beat them overseas.

"The last one-and-a-half years, if you see our record, I thought we are getting in there to play more Tests. I hope there will be more good results coming our way and they will send us more games against the big boys."

Ebony Rainford-Brent

Ex-England batter on BBC Test Match Special

Bangladesh have battled throughout this match and in particular were aggressive with the bat. There was no holding back or concern that the ball was turning here and there. That approach has helped them.

'I'm really proud to have played here'

England captain Alastair Cook: "To get over the line in Chittagong was good. again, today we had our chances.

"We've been too many wickets down too early. Yoy can chat all you want, it is about performing out there in the cauldron.

"We talked a lot on this tour about security and whether we should come but I've been really glad I can lead an England side here. I'm really proud to have come out here."

'Today we showed our inexperience'

Alastair Cook
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England captain Alastair Cook: "270 would have been a hell of a chase but we got off to a really good start. We spoke at tea about starting again and trying to consolidate if we lost a wicket.

"Today we showed our inexperience in these conditions. A lot of these guys haven't played many Test matches and when that ball got rolling we found it hard to stop. 

"If I'm honest, I don't think we should have been chasing 270 today. We had chances we should have taken and we should have been chasing 220."

We're about to hear from the captains and the man of the match, with proceedings watched over by a very happy Bangladesh crowd.

Vic Marks

Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

The pitches in India may not turn as much as these, but England know they will have a mountain to climb against India's spinners.

They've been humiliated in this session and there are no easy solutions for England. They still don't know what their best team is.

England's batting collapse, in Tweet format.

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Final scorecard

England second innings: 164 (45.3 overs)

Fall of wickets: 100-1 (Duckett 56), 105-2 (Root 1), 124-3 (Ballance 5), 124-4 (Moeen 0), 127-5 (Cook 59), 139-6 (Bairstow 3), 161-7 (Stokes 25), 161-8 (Rashid 0), 161-9 (Ansari 0), 164-10 (Finn 0)

Not out batsman: Woakes 9

Bowling figures: Mehedi 21.3-2-77-6, Shakib 13-1-49-4, Hom 6-0-25-0, Taijul 5-2-7-0

Bangladesh: 220 (Tamim 104; Moeen 5-57) & 296 (Kayes 78, Rashid 4-52, Stokes 3-52)

England first innings: 244 (Root 56, Mehedi 6-86)  

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Vic Marks

Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

That was extraordinary. I don't think I've a series where it's been impossible to know who's winning. At tea time we were praising Duckett and Cook but now less than two hours later and the match is over. I've not seen the mood change between sessions like that before.

The situation got to certain players. There were a few dismissals where the ball did nothing but Root and Moeen, for example, played around straight balls.

How's stat?!

Worst 10 wkt collapse after being 100-0: 124-0 to 170-10 Ind v Eng Manch 1946 107-0 to 158-10 NZ v Aus Auck 1974 100-0 to 164-10 Eng today

22.5 overs. That's all it took for Bangladesh to finish England's innings off. There's questions to be raised about England before they head to India - team selection, the top order, the spinners - but this is Bangladesh's day. What a remarkable Test. Over in three days!

Jonathan Agnew

BBC Test Match Special

Bangladesh have beaten Zimbabwe and a weakened West Indies but they have never had a victory like this.

Ebony Rainford-Brent

Ex-England batter on BBC Test Match Special

I feel a little bit emotional for Bangladesh. There were all these issues about security before the series and there were doubts about it taking place. The people were all so happy that England came. This is unbelievable.

Athar Ali Khan

Former Bangladesh all-rounder on BBC Test Match Special

Mehedi Hasan
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Mehedi will be a superstar in Bangladesh. He's been splendid and I hope he will have inspired so many youngsters.

The Bangladesh players are off on a lap of honour, as well they might. They're spinning stumps around their head, grinning and applauding. Even bowling coach Courtney Walsh spares a grin - and on his birthday, too.

'A special win'

Athar Ali Khan

Former Bangladesh all-rounder on BBC Test Match Special

That is a very special win for Bangladesh. I think 160 million people in Bangladesh will have been glued to the TVs, radios and phones to follow this. I feel privileged to be here to have seen it.

Mehedi, the 19-year-old who has sparked this victory, walks off clutching a stump. He finishes with match figures of 12-159. He's right in the centre as the Bangladesh players huddle around one another.

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Finn lbw Mehedi 0 (Eng 164 all out)

Bangladesh's players celebrate
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That's it! Bangladesh have pulled off an amazing victory!

Finn comes down the wicket, completely misses a full ball from Mehedi and Dharmesena raises the finger. Finn makes the review sign - well why wouldn't you? - but England have no reviews left! The Bangladesh players go crackers as they celebrate a brilliantly emotional victory.

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Ant Drake: As an England supporter I obviously enjoy seeing them win but a victory for Ban is good for the overall health of test match cricket.

Tim Dart: Shall we look for some positives? We could have lost this series 2-0, at least we'll get a draw!

Eng 163-9

7 overs left

Shakib, who was underwhelming before tea, currently has figures of 4-48. The camera pans to an emotional-looking Stokes in the dug out. I admire Finn's optimism, as he eyes up the field and spies the gap towards the long on boundary. He contents himself with defending, however.

Eng 162-9

Finn has joined Woakes, who gets off strike with a little tickle off the pads. Now, how long can Finn survive? There's men all around the bat, crowding Finn, supported by the energetic home crowd. Finn gets forward, the ball pops up - there's no bat but short leg comes diving forward to claim the catch anyway. Eight overs left, for the optimists among you.

Eng 161-9

The noise around the stadium is unbelievable. What a game.

Jonathan Agnew

BBC Test Match Special

The Watford Wall, Steven Finn, has a capable defence but not one that will last England over two days!

Ebony Rainford-Brent

Ex-England batter on BBC Test Match Special

This is unbelievable. Bangladesh have played superbly throughout and to think that a 19-year-old in his second Test has turned this around is incredible.

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Ansari c Kayes b Shakib (161-9)

Shakib Al Hasan celebrates
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Utterly remarkable. Ansari gets forwad, spoons one up to Mominul at short leg. It's in Mominul's hands, then out again, and a diving Kayes from slip snaffles up the rebound. Bangladesh are one away from an utterly remarkable victory.

Hat-trick ball

Eng 161-8

In comes Ansari. What a situation to be facing on your Test debut. Like an old pro, he takes his time getting to the crease, before Woakes has a quick word with plenty of hand gestures.

Here's Shakib, the crowd right behind him, he bowls a fuller ball and Ansari is forward and smothers it.

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Rashid lbw Shakib 0 (Eng 161-8)

I appreciate Rashid's optimism but that's out. He's been hit flush on the back pad and that's a golden duck, absolutely smashing into middle stump. Rashid's on his way and Shakib's on a hat-trick.

Umpire review

Rashid lbw Shakib 0 (Eng 161-8)

Shakib's got Rashid first ball! He's given out straight away but he's reviewed it.

Vic Marks

Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

Shakib Al Hasan
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Shakib conjures wickets when it doesn't turn. That's a critical one because Stokes was playing his shots and now the stadium is erupting.

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Stokes b Shakib 25 (Eng 161-7)

Ben Stokes walks off
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Gone! Stokes plays a gorgeous cut for four, Shakib then draws him forward and he inside edges the next ball onto his stumps. Stokes stumps to the ground, head slumped over his bat, while Shakib channels Marlon Samuels and salutes him off the pitch. We've still got nine overs left tonight.

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ThreeLionWhip: I guess we should recall the 99 partnership from the 1st innings....c'mon lads!!!

Graham of Brockworth: Pundits saying a great pitch for cricket; rubbish! When luck overrides skill then it's a poor pitch. Easier playing on cobbles.

Vic Marks

Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

That's the tiniest, tiniest flicker on Ultraedge. I was sure that ball was going to hit all three stumps. You can't blame the umpire for that. I think a lot of umpires would have given that out.