Mushfiqur's revival with bat and gloves

James Vince in the covers prepares to catch Tamim Iqbal for 45 Getty Images

The Harmison moment

There was a lot of focus on Ben Stokes. When he came to bowl in the 17th over, there was even a slight cheer for the pace bowler although the home crowd has hardly had any time for the England players. Stokes didn't disappoint them, bowling a slower ball that trickled out of his grip and was dragged very wide of Imrul Kayes. It bounced twice before it reached wicketkeeper Jos Buttler.

The hair-pull moment

When Mahmudullah became the third successive soft dismissal in the Bangladesh innings, a camera could have panned to the coach Chandika Hathurusingha for his reaction. It wouldn't have been pretty. After Tamim Iqbal and Imrul Kayes gave easy catches to infielders, Mahmudullah slammed Adil Rashid's long-hop straight to short cover where Jonny Bairstow took the simple catch. It would make any coach become irate.

The skill-luck combo

There was a mixture of pure skill and luck involved in Shakib Al Hasan's dismissal. Moeen Ali bowled a peach of an off-break, which the left-hander saw go past his forward poke. Trying to balance himself on the defensive push, Shakib involuntarily slid out of the crease by an inch. That's when the luck kicked in, as the ball spilled out of Buttler's grasp at that exact moment, and Shakib was stumped. But it took the umpires some time to realise that it was a stumping.

The delivery

Right from the early part of the Bangladesh innings, spin off the pitch was evident. Moeen and Rashid however weren't too consistent but the latter got lucky by taking three wickets off poor deliveries. But in between, he bowled some beautiful leg-breaks that at times spun out of control. One of them was in the 37th over, when Rashid ripped one right past Nasir Hossain who was squared up and had no answer.

The fortunate

Mushfiqur Rahim had gone 21 international innings without a fifty, and it could well have extended by another one had he not been dropped by Stokes when on 44. It was a good effort but the catch was dropped despite having three grabs at the ball diving forward at long-on. Next ball, Mushfiqur pounded Chris Woakes over midwicket to reach his 50 off 54 balls.

The redemption

Mushfiqur has had a rough time off late with his wicketkeeping, missing a number of chances and being chastised for it by the fans. He made up for some of those mistakes with a stunning catch down the leg side in the 34th over, when he dived full length to his right as Ben Duckett edged an attempted scoop off Shafiul Islam. The way his team-mates rushed to him suggested what the catch meant for the team as well.