2nd Test, Dhaka, Mar 20 - 24 2010, England tour of Bangladesh
419 & 285
(target 209)496 & 209/1
England won by 9 wickets
Player Of The Match
49, 4/124 & 96
Player Of The Series
38 runs • 16 wkts
end of over 4414 runs
ENG: 209/1CRR: 4.75 
Alastair Cook109 (156)
Kevin Pietersen74 (79)
Mahmudullah 7-1-38-0
Naeem Islam 4-0-19-0

With that shot, Cook seals a nine-wicket win for England, as well as a 100% success record on the tour. A tired-looking Bangladesh side trudge off the field and are met at the boundary by the England squad, shaking hands to bring an end to a tour in which Bangladesh have displayed moments and sessions of brilliance, but which England never allowed to slip out of their grasp.

Apart from the final session, Bangladesh have generally looked to be positive, to their credit, and with less to lose they were often much more willing to take risks to try and force the game out of England's hands. They've not had the best of luck, with a few freakish dismissals and the odd umpiring mistake, but they haven't backed down by any means in this series, and although England have won every game of the tour the hosts have made them work hard for every win.

That'll be all from your commentary team for this series - Andrew McGlashan, Sahil Dutta and Liam Brickhill - thanks for joining us and farewell, until next time. Sahil's final bulletin of the series is up, so be sure to check that out as it's a lyrical and emotive piece of cricket literature. Thanks for all the feedback, it's been tremendous for the whole five days of this Test, and has brightened up some very early, dark and chilly starts in the Cricinfo office.

Tamim Iqbal receives the award for most valued Bangladeshi player of the series, Shakib al Hasan gets the award for Man of the Match for his scores of 49 and 96, and his four wickets. Graeme Swann gets Man of the Series for his 16 wickets.

Mahmudullah to Cook, FOUR runs

and that's it, another full toss and Cook gets down to sweep the ball to the boundary.

Mahmudullah to Cook, no run

real loopy floater dished up, Cook taps it softly to point

Mahmudullah to Pietersen, 1 run

eased down behind square on the leg side for one

Mahmudullah to Pietersen, FOUR runs

plants the front foot down the track and sends the ball sailing back over the bowler, bouncing just inside the rope

Mahmudullah to Pietersen, FOUR runs

full toss from around the wicket, whipped powerfully away to deep midwicket

Shakib continues to tweak the field every now and then, but this match is grinding to a conclusion

Mahmudullah to Cook, 1 run

low, dipping full toss is hammered out to wide long on

end of over 432 runs
ENG: 195/1CRR: 4.53 
Kevin Pietersen65 (76)
Alastair Cook104 (153)
Naeem Islam 4-0-19-0
Mahmudullah 6-1-24-0
Md Naeem to Pietersen, no run

tapped to the close midwicket fielder

Md Naeem to Pietersen, no run

very full, Pietersen walks forward and hammers a drive straight to mid on

Md Naeem to Pietersen, no run

pushed hard back to the bowler off the back foot

Md Naeem to Cook, 1 run

just erring in line, slipping down leg and allowing Cook to nudge into the gap

Md Naeem to Cook, no run

Cook's not giving anything away as the ball is floated up on middle and he stretches out to defend

Md Naeem to Pietersen, 1 run

fired at the pads and it's worked away for one behind square

Just 16 more needed