Rampant tigers hunt down timid kangaroos

Shakib Al Hasan starred with the bat, scoring a patient 84 to shepherd Bangladesh to a competitive 260 in the first innings.
The visitor remained in the hunt with Nathan Lyon’s match figures of 9-161 off 64.3 overs, which made him Australia's second highest wicket-taking spinner in history, behind Shane Warne.
Shakib Al Hasan spun a web around Australian batsmen with a ten-wicket haul.
The lone bright spot for Australia in the second innings, in an otherwise shambolic batting performance, was opener David Warner, who top scored with a 164-ball 112.
In the end, it was Bangladesh that steamrolled the opposition to secure its maiden Test win over Australia. Photo: AP