Bangladesh secure historic first Test win over Australia in thrilling match in Dhaka

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Bangladesh secured their first-ever Test win against Australia as they registered a narrow 20-run win in the first Test in Dhaka. (AFP)

Bangladesh secured their first-ever Test win against Australia as they registered a narrow 20-run win in the first Test in Dhaka. (AFP)

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Chasing 265, Australia were 109/2 and they were in a great position to secure a win over Bangladesh. (AFP)

Chasing 265, Australia were 109/2 and they were in a great position to secure a win over Bangladesh. (AFP)

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David Warner batted confidently as he neared a century and erased the deficit in quick time. (AFP)

David Warner batted confidently as he neared a century and erased the deficit in quick time. (AFP)

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David Warner notched up his 19th Test century and second in Asia as Australia were in a comfortable position. (AFP)

David Warner notched up his 19th Test century and second in Asia as Australia were in a comfortable position. (AFP)

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Shakib Al Hasan, who was having a great match so far, dismissed Warner for 112 as Bangladesh found the opening. (AFP)

Shakib Al Hasan, who was having a great match so far, dismissed Warner for 112 as Bangladesh found the opening. (AFP)

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Warner’s wicket brought about a flurry of wickets as Bangladesh clawed back into the contest. (AFP)

Warner’s wicket brought about a flurry of wickets as Bangladesh clawed back into the contest. (AFP)

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Steve Smith’s dismissal put Australia on the back foot and Bangladesh had the initiative. (AP)

Steve Smith’s dismissal put Australia on the back foot and Bangladesh had the initiative. (AP)

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Shakib Al Hasan neared 10 wickets in the match as he snapped up Matthew Wade. (AFP)

Shakib Al Hasan neared 10 wickets in the match as he snapped up Matthew Wade. (AFP)

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Australia had collapsed and suddenly, momentum was with Bangladesh. (AP)

Australia had collapsed and suddenly, momentum was with Bangladesh. (AP)

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Australia had lost five wickets for 90 runs as Bangladesh closed in on history. (AP)

Australia had lost five wickets for 90 runs as Bangladesh closed in on history. (AP)

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Shakib Al Hasan picked up his second 10-wicket haul in Tests as he snapped up Glenn Maxwell immediately after the lunch break. (AFP)

Shakib Al Hasan picked up his second 10-wicket haul in Tests as he snapped up Glenn Maxwell immediately after the lunch break. (AFP)

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Maxwell’s wicket snuffed out the last remaining hope for Australia to win the match. (AFP)

Maxwell’s wicket snuffed out the last remaining hope for Australia to win the match. (AFP)

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For Shakib, the match turned out to be a record-breaking one as he joined an elite list of having taken a five-wicket haul against all current teams in Tests. (AFP)

For Shakib, the match turned out to be a record-breaking one as he joined an elite list of having taken a five-wicket haul against all current teams in Tests. (AFP)

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In addition to his 10 wickets, Shakib had chipped in with a vital 84 which saw Bangladesh change the course of the game. (AFP)

In addition to his 10 wickets, Shakib had chipped in with a vital 84 which saw Bangladesh change the course of the game. (AFP)

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Despite some late hitting from Pat Cummins, Bangladesh hung in and secured a 20-run win over Australia. It was their first Test win against Steve Smith’s side. (AFP)

Despite some late hitting from Pat Cummins, Bangladesh hung in and secured a 20-run win over Australia. It was their first Test win against Steve Smith’s side. (AFP)

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Shakib Al Hasan was voted Man of the Match for his 10 wickets and for his knock of 84. (AFP)

Shakib Al Hasan was voted Man of the Match for his 10 wickets and for his knock of 84. (AFP)

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