5 June 2010
Bangladesh produced one of the most bizarre displays of Test batting after collapsing to 216 all out from a commanding 153 for 1.Tamim Iqbal again struck a dazzling century to become the Bangladeshi batsmen to score back to back Test century, but the rest of the batting line up produced an inept display commonly found in Sunday cricket. Bangladesh lost their last 5 wickets for 16 runs and fell 4 runs short of the follow-on target.
Graeme Swann was the most successful England bowler as he picked 5 wickets for 76 runs. Azmal Shahzad grabbed 3 wickets for 45 run in his debut Test as Bangladesh lost all 10 wickets in the evening session of the 2nd day.
Earlier Shakib Al Hasan bagged 5 for 121 runs, his 7th 5-for in Test cricket, to restrict England to 419 runs.