Left-arm spinner Abdur Rehman took three wickets early on Monday to help push Pakistan to an innings and 184-run win over Bangladesh in the first test in Chittagong.
Rehman ended the resistance of Mushfiqur Rahim (49) an hour into the second session on the fourth day, finishing with figures of four for 88 after he had earlier dismissed debutant Nazimuddin and former captain Shakib Al Hasan.
Saeed Ajmal bowled Mahmudullah for a duck and Aizaz Cheema took the final wicket of paceman Shahadat Hossain for 21. Bangladesh finished the second innings on 275-9 as last man Rubel Hossain was unable to bat after injuring his shoulder while trying to save a boundary the previous day.
Brief Scores: Ban 135 & 275 (Nazimuddin 78; Rehman 4-88) v Pak 594-5 declared.