1st Test, Chattogram, Mar 12 - Mar 16 2010, England tour of Bangladesh
599/6d & 209/7d
(124 ov, target 513)296 & 331
England won by 181 runs
player of the match
end of over 1244 runs • 1 wicket
BDESH: 331/10CRR: 2.66 
Rubel Hossain0 (0)
Graeme Swann49-11-127-5
Tim Bresnan24-7-63-3

That is all from me, Sahil Dutta, Andrew McGlashan and Liam Brickhill, thanks for all the emails. I hope you join us for the second Test in Dhaka on Saturday morning at 9.30 (3.30 GMT).

Andrew McGlashan's match bulletin is well worth a viewing.

Graeme Swann wins the man of the match award for his ten-wickets, earning himself a cheeky $1000 for his efforts. Swann thanks the Barmy Army for their support and says England were 'fully justified' in not enforcing the follow-on.

Alastair Cook praises 'the lads for sticking to their task', and says the contentious follow-on decision was made to give the bowlers some rest.

Bob Willis is leading the presentation ceremony and is sounds thrilled to be doing so. Shakib Al Hasan says Bangladesh showed their character in the latter half of the game but reckons the track didn't turn enough and regrets his decision to field first. He says he's looking forward to giving it another shot at Dhaka.

Andrew Miller, who is a bit of a Twitter if we're honest, has this conclusion "6-0, 6-1, 5-7, 6-7, 6-2. In other words, England win by 181 runs, after turning a straight-sets knock-out into a five-set grind. Hard yakka"

England win by 181 runs Phew, that was hard for them. For three sessions, after lunch yesterday and up to lunch today Bangladesh were all over England. As is the way with emerging cricketing nations, good partnerships are all too often followed by a clump of wickets and that happened in both innings here.

Swann to Md Naeem, OUT

that's it! Swann has 10 in the match and England, finally, win! Naeem clipped it high down to midwicket where Carberry took a good diving catch. It's been a long, hard graft for England, Bangladesh did very well in the final innings.

Naeem Islam c Carberry b Swann 36 (67m 45b 3x4 3x6) SR: 80
Swann to Md Naeem, no run

reverts back to defending, calmly and easily

Swann to Md Naeem, FOUR runs

field comes in and Naeem clubs it over cover for four, good stuff

Swann to Md Naeem, no run

shorter, Naeem hangs back and dead bats it

Swann to Md Naeem, no run

another full ball that Naeem shows no interest in attacking

Swann to Md Naeem, no run

full and Naeem stretches over to the off side and defends

Swann needs one wicket to become the first English offspinner since Jim Lakes to take 10 wickets in the match. He better hurry though

end of over 1234 runs • 1 wicket
BDESH: 327/9CRR: 2.65 
Naeem Islam32 (39)
Tim Bresnan24-7-63-3
Graeme Swann48-11-123-4
Bresnan to Shahadat, OUT

another one gone! Full and Shahadat had a flat-footed fence at it outside off, faint edge through to Prior and this is nearly done

Shahadat Hossain c †Prior b Bresnan 12 (33m 22b 2x4 0x6) SR: 54.55
Bresnan to Shahadat, FOUR runs

nicely timed, it was a touch short, Shahadat punched it past Bresnan for four

Bresnan to Shahadat, no run

Bresnan angles this into the hips, Shahadat drops it into the leg side

Bresnan to Shahadat, no run

back of a length again, Shahadat jumps leg side of the ball and defends

Bresnan to Shahadat, no run

pitched up outside off, Shahadat flashes hard but only at thin air

Bresnan to Shahadat, no run

short and a touch wide, Shahadat has nothing to do with it