Bangladesh have been bowled out for 233 in their first innings of the first Test against Pakistan at Rawalpindi. Mohammad Mithun top-scored for Bangladesh with 63 as no other batsmen could convert their starts.
The day's play was called off after Bangladesh were bundled out and Pakistan would come into bat on Saturday morning.
Bangladesh started the third session on 172-6 with Mithun and Taijul Islam at the crease. These two put up a resilient 53-run stand to show Bangladesh some hopes but it was all gone when Haris Sohail sent Taijul back to pick his second wicket.
After Taijul's dismissal, Mithun started to accelerate and picked up his fifty. Meanwhile, Shaheen Shah Afridi struck with the second new ball to send Rubel back.
Mithun was also gone a couple of balls later as he gloved a Naseem Shah delivery to keeper Mohammad Rizwan. Umpire Nigel Llong called it not out, but Pakistan took their third successful review of the day to send Mithun back.
Abu Jayed Chowdhury was the last wicket for Bangladesh as the tailender was run out callously.
Shaheen was the pick of the Pakistani bowlers as he picked up four wickets for 53. Haris Sohail and Mohammad Abbas picked up a couple of wickets each with Naseem Shah picking up the other.