Bangladesh managed to break their own record at Lahore as they put up 136-6 against Pakistan in the second match of the three-match series which is the lowest first-innings T20I score at the Gaddafi Stadium.
This is a must-win game for Bangladesh as they already trail the series by 1-0 and a defeat in the second will mean that they will return home without the trophy.
Bangladesh skipper Mahmudullah Riyad won his second consecutive toss of the series and elected to bat again as Bangladesh brought in Mahedi Hasan to replace Mohammad Mithun.
Batting first, Bangladesh were immediately pushed to the backfoot as Naim Sheikh was sent back for a golden duck in the second over by Shaheen Shah Afridi.
Mohammad Hasnain was the next to strike as Mahedi top-edged a short ball in the fifth over to find the keeper and go back.
Liton Das, playing at no. 4, did not last long either as he was trapped LBW in the 8th over by Shadab Khan. Liton reviewed immediately but replays showed that the ball was clipping the stumps and the wicketkeeper-batsman had to go back.
Tamim Iqbal and Afif Hossain put up a stand for the Tigers but could never get out of their blocks before Afif Hossain was sent back by Hasnain for 21 in the 15th over as the 45-run stand was broken.
Tamim went to pick up his fifty off 43 deliveries and started to play some shots before he was run out for a second time in the series in the 18th over for 65 as Imad Wasim hit the stumps directly to send back the well-set batsman.
Mahmudullah was the next to go in the last over but a couple of boundaries from Aminul Islam took them to 136-6.