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Bangladesh boasts maiden Test triumph against Australia

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 Bangladesh boasts maiden Test triumph against Australia

Bangladesh taste maiden Test triumph against Australia as the Tigers turned a last-minute cliffhanger into a 20-run victory on the fourth day of the first of a two-match in Dhaka Wednesday.

Another exquisite show of left-arm spin bowling by all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan and resolute batting by Tamim Iqbal propelled Bangladesh to the memorable victory that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina watched from the gallery.

Shakib was adjudged man of the match.

Various institutions, clubs and politicians exchanged sweets to enjoy the success in an encounter for which stage was finally set following a great deal of groundwork as previous schedules had been put off by the Aussies on security grounds.       


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