Pakistan needed less than 90 minutes on Monday to guarantee the last four Bangladesh wickets and play an innings of 44 runs inside four days in the opening Test in Rawalpindi and charm the visitors.
Resuming on 126-6 after conceding a first-innings lead of 212, Bangladesh could not make Pakistan bat again and were all out for 168.
Yasir Shah (4-58) asserted two of the last four wickets yet 16-year-old Nasim Shah was pronounced Man of the Match in the wake of turning into the most youthful bowler to guarantee a Test cap stunt on Sunday.
This slip by on Mominul Haq (41) was an endeavor to eradicate the shortfall, however, the Bangladesh captain was caught by Shaheen Afridi in the absolute first over of the day. Mominul looked into the decision however didn’t switch it.
Mohammad Abbas dismissed Rubel Hussain (five) lbw before Yasir collapsed for Bangladesh.
The leg-spinner dismissed Litton Das to a score of 29 and then inspired Abu Zayed to pull him back from slip with Assad Shafiq.
Bangladesh will travel home from April 5 in Karachi before returning for the second and final Test of the series.