Hasan Ali took his sixth fifer of Test cricket while Shaheen Shah and Faheem Ashraf bagged two wickets each
After a bad outing on day one, Pakistan have wrapped up Bangladesh for 330 on day two of the first Test in Chattogram.
The home side only managed 77 runs and lost six wickets after starting the proceeding on 253/4. Pacer Hasan Ali was the star of the morning, picking four wickets and finishing with figures of 5/51.
The home side lost centurion Liton Das (114) early to Hasan in the day while debutant Yasir Ali (4) was cleaned up cheaply by Hasan too.
All-rounder Faheem Ashraf got the better of Mushfiqur Rahim, who fell in the nervous nineties. He scored 91 off 225 balls.
Mehidy Hasan Miraz added vital runs to the total with the tailenders. He remained not out on 38 off 68 as Hasan struck two in two to end Bangladesh's first innings on 330.
Hasan took his sixth fifer of Test cricket while Shaheen Shah and Faheem Ashraf bagged two wickets each.
Yesterday, Bangladesh dominated the day after a wobbly first session. The pair of Liton and Mushfiqur added a terrific 204-run stand to put Bangladesh in front.