31 August, 2017
Just like in the first innings, when Australia were bowled all out for 217, Warner had to watch on as opening partner Matthew Renshaw departed early on to bring Usman Khawaja to the crease.
Bangladesh appeared on course for a bigger second innings total but off-spinner Nathan Lyon claimed 6-82 to help Australia restrict the rivals to 221 all out on the third day of the game in Dhaka. But he ran out of partners after Taijul Islam (3-60) trapped Josh Hazlewood leg-before as Australia were bowled out for 244.
After resting Mitchell Starc, Australia picked just two fast bowlers in the squad for the Bangladesh series and now one of them joins Mitchell Starc and James Pattinson on the sidelines.
"Keeping our target to 260 really kept us in the game, and then starting like we did tonight, if we have a good first hour tomorrow, it should really set the game up", Cummins said.
Shakib cracked 84 in the first innings, which doubled his feat of smashing a half-century and grabbing 10 wickets in a Test match.More news: Total buys Maersk Oil for $7.45 Billion
Steve Smith, who survived a tight stumping decision from his first ball on day three and had twice been dropped, finally ran out of lives a short time later. "It is hard to get the Australian team under pressure so we must take the opportunity to win the series".
Compared to previous tours to this part of the world, Australia's batsmen looked reasonably well-equipped to handle a spin barrage from the energetic Bangladeshis.
After the match, Shakib took the microphone and spoke to the crowd in Bengali, saying it was their belief and the faith of their supporters that carried them through. Smith also was dismissed by a similar delivery which ended his innings of 37, lasting for 99 balls.
"I am going to miss having dinner with him every night, but we have got Jackson Bird waiting in the wings, which is great".
Dhaka: The man who led Bangladesh to their first Test victory against Australia says the tourists will now show "a lot more respect" to the Tigers after a humbling 20-run defeat to Test cricket's ninth-ranked nation.