England trounced Bangladesh by an innings and 80 runs on the third day of the second Test at Old Trafford on Sunday.
Steven Finn took 5-42 and James Anderson 3-16 as Bangladesh collapsed to 123 all out at the end of the afternoon session. Rain delayed the start until 1215 GMT and England captain Andrew Strauss made a late decision to force Bangladesh to follow on.
The toursing side was all out for 216 at the close of play on Saturday's evening session - in reply to England's 1st innings total of 419. Tamim Iqbal was out to the second ball of the day from Anderson and Bangladesh collapsed, with the game ending when the final man, Abdur Razzak, was caught by Eoin Morgan off Graeme Swann. England wins the two-match series 2-0.