Thanks for joining us, peeps. On that note, it's time for me, Shashank Kishore, to say goodbye on behalf of Varun Shetty and Venkat Raghav. We'll see you very soon. Remember, the second Test of this series will be played from April 7 in Karachi. Adios
Naseem Shah is Man of the Match for his hat-trick on Sunday. "I had an MRI, I had a muscle pull but the scan is clear. I should be able to resume bowling in two days. Picking up a hat-trick in front of your home crowd is special. They added to the support and festivities. It was great fun. I only hope I will be able to live up to the expectation of fans and team-mates."
Azhar Ali: "One of those games where we can be proud of our reviews. Credit to Rizwan and the other guys for supporting me there. Usually we're not good at it but this is a very good start for us to carry forward. This is a Test championship, every game is important. No Test is easy, so credit to all the players. < br>
Azhar on Rawalpindi win: "Chose to bowl on a pitch we thought would do a bit more, but it didn't. Bowlers stuck to their tasks, bowled with a lot of patience. It was a great job to bowl them out for 233, and the batsmen kicked in from there. Credit to Shan and Babar. Batting has more experience, we think that will take us forward. We also have young fast bowlers which is exciting."
Azhar on crowd support: "Fantastic, the support was superb when Sri Lanka came. Even here, they were really good. Thanks to the fans, thanks to the players for a superb show. Need to mention Naseem Shah's record, to pick up a hat-trick at a young age, he must be congratulated."
Mominul Haque: "Disappointing batting on a flat wicket. Very difficult if you get out after getting starts. No team can come back from such situations. Bangladesh winning the Under-19 World Cup is a great achievement for us, the boys have worked really hard for the last two years."
Pakistan are currently placed fourth in the World Test Championship table. They're just six points adrift of third-placed England. Here's the points table.
11.25am So it took Pakistan an hour and 25 minutes on the fourth day to wrap up victory. Bangladesh lost Mominul Haque early, before Liton Das denied them for a while. Once Rubel Hossain was out, it was just a matter of time.
Naseem Shah, who didn't bowl today, walks out to join his victorious team-mates in the middle. Smiles and hugs all around in the Pakistan camp. This is a win well-deserved. But before you forget, let me also remind you that the second and final Test of this series will be played in April, after the PSL.
At one stage, it appeared as if Bangladesh will wipe out the deficit. Then came Naseem's hat-trick late on day three and Bangladesh lost 8 for 44 to fold without a fight thereafter. Join us shortly for the presentation. Number of candidates in the running for Man of the Match.
Startling revelation: This is Bangladesh's fifth innings defeat in six Tests. Their seventh innings loss in eight away Tests. They have a lot of work to do, between now and April, if they are to level this Test series.
The umpire signaled end of the over after just five balls. Here he comes again
Ebadat walks out at No. 11. Excellent crowd on a Monday. Much more than you may have anticipated.