Bangladesh lost nine wickets in the space of 49 rushes to be packaged out at a sorry 220, however the spinners picked three Britain wickets inside 11 overs to take the hosts back to the amusement before rain halted first day’s play.
Winning the hurl at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka on Friday, Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim, in for his 50th Test top, selected to bat first.
Despite the fact that Imrul Kayes couldn’t oversee more than a lone keep running as Chris Woakes expelled him in the day’s third over, Tamim and Mominul soon place Bangladesh in control.
The hosts looked agreeable till the 41st over, yet once Tamim was stuck leg before the wicket by Moeen Ali, more catastrophe took after.
Tamim hit 12 fours in his 104-run innings, yet he will lament missing the shot of making it greater. Ali soon grabbed Mominul too, striking again four overs later as the left-gave batsman, who made 66 with 10 fours, was knocked down some pins.
Ben Stirs and Chris Woakes then joined the gathering as seven of the Tigers eleven neglected to achieve twofold figures.
Moeen sacked a five-for to lead the English turnaround while Woakes netted three and Stirs got two.
Bangladesh bowlers set aside little opportunity to battle back, as Shakib Al Hasan expelled Ben Duckett in the second over on account of a Mushfiqur Rahim get.
Mehedi Hasan Miraz then evacuated English captain Alastair Cook and Gary Ballance as Britain were soon down to 42 for 3.
Eight more keeps running for the guests and rain constrained the umpires to rest until tomorrow. The English side will trust Joe Root and an in-frame Moeen lead them to a tolerable aggregate, yet the Tigers will be resolved to win subsequent to losing the primary Test in Chittagong.
The fans will just supplicate rain leaves and does not influence the diversion when play continues on Saturday morning.