The hosts end the day without losing anymore wicket after the sudden collapse.
Mushfiqur and Mithun will start the day tomorrow with 27 (60 deliveries) and 6 (61 deliveries) runs respectively.
Bangladesh faces deep trouble as set batsmen Tamim and Mominul both departs in two overs. Cornwall and Joseph picked them off in the gap of four deliveries.
Mominul, after scoring 21 from 39 balls, edged Cornwall and Da Silva took a tricky catch.
Shortly after, Tamim was caught by Moseley in short midwicket while trying to flick away Joseph six short off a fifty.
Soumya Sarkar went back to the pavilion for a duck after coming on to open the innings with bat. He was named as the replacement of Shakib Al Hasan out of the biobubble.
Najmul Hossain Shanto followed him quickly as well. He went back for 4.
Bangladesh are 2 down for 11. Shannon Gabriel picked up both the wickets.
Four-fors for Jayed and Taijul helped Tigers restrict Windies for 409 in the first innings of the second Test at Mirpur.
Nkrumah Bonner and Joshua Da Silva both got into 90s but failed to reach a triple-figure mark. Bonner got out for 90 and Silva departed for 92.
Alzarri Joseph played a fine knock of 82.
Apart from Taijul and Rahi, Miraz and Soumya got one each.
Windies are going very strong at the moment. After losing Bonner before lunch, Joshua Da Silva and Alzarri Joseph have put together an unbeaten 89-run partnership so far.
There is no real turn for the bowlers as they have been unable to create real chances so far.
Joshua Da Silva is batting at 83, Joseph also brought up his fifty.
Nkrumah Bonner is denied maiden Test century as Miraz sends him back to pavilion for 90. It's also Mehidy's 99th Test wicket.
Bonner scored 90 off 209 balls. Joshua Da Silva is still unbeaten as he brings up his fifty. Alzarri Joseph joins him in the middle.
Windies had a pretty comfortable first hour in the morning before Bonner was picked up by Miraz.
Windies are currently 278/6.