England tour of Bangladesh , 2016 -- Score & Updates ..

Mehedi Hasan (BAN) is the Man of the Match and the Man of the Series for having a ball throughout the series.
Statistical highlights from the last day of the second Test:

For the first time since playing their maiden Test in November 2000, Bangladesh registered a victory against a nation apart from Zimbabwe and West Indies when they defeated England by 108 runs in the second Test in Mirpur on Sunday (October 30). England were in a comfortable position at 100 for 0 in the chase of 273. However, they lost 10 wickets for 64 runs as Bangladesh managed to square the series after losing the opening Test by 22 runs.

Mehedi Hasan was once again the pick of the bowlers, taking six wickets in the second essay to go with his six in the first. He won the Man of the Match award and was also named the Man of the Series for his tally of 19 wickets in the series, which included three six-wicket hauls.

Statistical highlights from the last day of the second Test:

8 - Test wins for Bangladesh. Five against Zimbabwe, two against West Indies and one against England. This is their fifth win at home and second in Mirpur.

57 dismissals by Jonny Bairstow is the most by an England wicketkeeper in a calendar year. He went past Matt Prior's 56 from 14 Tests in 2010. Bairstow has taken 55 catches and effected two stumpings in 12 Tests in 2016.

4 - Century partnerships for the first wicket by a visiting team in Asia in the fourth innings of a Test. The 100-run stand between Alastair Cook and Ben Duckett is the first such instance since 1999 and the third for England.

64 Runs for which England lost their 10 wickets. There are only two instances where a side lost 10 wickets for fewer runs after a 100-plus first wicket stand 46 runs by India against England in Manchester in 1946 and 51 runs by New Zealand against Australia in Auckland in 1974 .

45.3 overs batted by England is the fourth fewest in an innings in Asia where they lost all 10 wickets. The lowest they batted is 26.2 overs against India in Mumbai in 1981.

6.00 - Gary Balance's average in this series - the worst for England for anyone batting in the top six (Min. four innings) in a two-Test series. His scores read 1, 9, 9 and 5.

At 19 years & 3 days, Mehedi Hasan is the sixth youngest to take 10 wickets in a Test and second youngest for Bangladesh after Enamul Haque jnr., who achieved the feat against Zimbabwe in Dhaka in 2005 at 18 years & 40 days.

6/77 by Mehedi Hasan is the best figures for Bangladesh against England in an innings. The second best and the third best figures by a Bangladeshi against England also belongs to Hasan, who claimed 6/80 in the first innings of the second Test and 6/82 in the first innings of the first Test.

12/159 by Mehedi Hasan is the best match figures for Bangladesh in Tests. The previous best figures was 12/200 by Enamul Haque jnr. against Zimbabwe in Dhaka in 2005.

19 wickets for Mehedi Hasan is the second most for a spinner after the first two Tests in his career. The only spinner with more wickets is Narendra Hirwani, who picked up 24. The next best for a Bangladesh bowler is 12 each by Sohag Gazi and Mahmudullah.

19 wickets for Mehedi Hasan is the most wickets in a debut series consisting of two Tests. The 19-year-old broke a 130-year-old record of J.J. Ferris, who had picked up 18 wickets against England in 1886-87.

38 wickets taken by Bangladesh spinners is the most for a team in a two-Test series. They went past their own record of 33 wickets against West Indies in 2009. Mehedi Hasan picked 19 while Shakib Al Hasan (12) and Taijul Islam (7) shared the remaining 19.

Statistical Highlights: Hasan's dream start and Bangladesh's historic win - Cricbuzz
Ben Stokes fined for misconduct during second test against Bangladesh

England all-rounder Ben Stokes has been fined 15 per cent of his match fee for breaching the ICC Code of Conduct during the second test against Bangladesh on Sunday.

Stokes was found to have violated Article 2.1.1 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel, which relates to “conduct that is contrary to the spirit of the game”.

In addition to the sanction imposed for his breach of the article, one demerit point has been added to Stokes’ disciplinary record.

The incident happened during the morning session’s play on Sunday when Stokes ignored the on-field umpires’ repeated requests and instructions to stop by continuing to verbally engage with Bangladesh batsman Sabbir Rahman.

The on-field umpires had also advised England captain Alastair Cook of Stokes’ actions, but the player didn’t comply with the instructions.
Stokes admitted the offence and accepted the sanction proposed by Ranjan Madugalle of the Emirates Elite Panel of ICC Match Referees making a formal hearing unnecessary.

Ben Stokes fined for misconduct during second test against Bangladesh | The Indian Express
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