Bangladesh have bowled Pakistan out for 445 in the first Test at Rawalpindi. Pakistan now lead by 212 runs and Bangladesh will come out to bat soon.
Abu Jayed Chowdhury and Rubel Hossain picked up three wickets each with Taijul Islam picking up a couple. Ebadot Hossain took the other wicket.
Babar Azam top-scored for Pakistan with 143 but it was Haris Sohail's 75 which took Pakistan's lead past 200. The other centurion for Pakistan was Shan Masood, who had scored 100 on the second day.
Pakistan started the second session of the day on 420-7. Rubel struck right after lunch to send Shaheen Shah Afridi back before Haris Sohail was caught at deep mid-wicket by Tamim Iqbal off Taijul.
Young fast-bowler was the last wicket for Pakistan when Saif Hassan hit the stumps directly from gully.
Earlier, Bangladesh were bowled out for 233 in their first innings when none of their batsmen could make use of their starts. Only Mohammad Mithun crossed the fifty-mark and was the top-scorer with 63.