Pakistan lost opener Mohammad Hafeez in the ninth over when he was dismissed by pacer Shafi-ul-Islam. Hafeez made 21 runs. —Photo by AFP
Wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal was the next man out, as Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan had him removed for one run. —Photo by AFP
Spinner Abdur Razzak then bowled out Younis Khan to reduce the visitors to 58-3. —AFP Photo
Ahmed Shehzad, meanwhile, kept the run-rate going at the other end. —AFP Photo
In-form vice-captain Misbah-ul-Haq paired up with Shehzad to launch Pakistan’s recovery. —AFP Photo
The pair shared a 152-run partnership. —AFP Photo
Shehzad eventually fell to Rubel Hossain in the 43rd over, after scoring 103 runs. His innings included nine fours and a six.—AFP Photo
Misbah carried on for a little longer and completed his run-a-ball century with a six. —AFP Photo
All-rounder Abdul Razzaq got Pakistan off to a perfect start when he bowled out opener Tamim Iqbal on the first ball of the Bangladeshi innings.—AFP Photo
Imrul Kayes (pictured) and Junaid Siddique then resurrected the hosts’ chase with a 70-run partnership. —AP Photo
Once Siddique was dismissed by Abdur Rehman, Bangladesh kept losing wickets regularly. —AFP Photo
Pakistan wrapped up the win in the 42nd over, comprehensively beating the hosts by 89 runs.—AFP Photo
In their first warm-up match for the World Cup, Pakistan beat one of the co-hosts Bangladesh by 89 runs at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium in Mirpur. Ahmed Shehzad, Misbah-ul-Haq and Abdul Razzaq starred for Pakistan.
Pakistan never go any where he come back with icc trophy i sure. misbah one of the best batsman the recent icc cup….
Geaoooo Tu Aiiseyyy…!! PAKISTANNNN …….ZINDABAD
Go pakistan keep it up otherwise Australia will beat u in 1st Round.
Go Pakistan! Good Job!