How England fought back in Bangaldesh
Bangladesh dramatically lurched from 171 for one to 220 all out on the opening day of the second Test against England in Dhaka.
Moeen Ali took five for 34 across a spell either side of tea and bowled superbly in tandem with Stokes, who retained marvellous control to concede just 13 runs from 11 overs, to give the tourists a strong foothold in the match.
This is how the daramatic collapse unfolded
41.1 overs, Bangladesh 171-2: TAMIM IQBAL - lbw b Moeen 104: The opener offers no shot to a straighter one and the on-field decision stands - despite Tamim being hit outside the line - as the ball would have gone on to clip off-stump.
45.3 overs, Bangladesh 190-3: MOMINUL HAQUE - b Moeen 66: Goes onto the back foot and plays a nothing shot to a ball that just goes straight on.
50.4 overs, Bangladesh 196-4: MAHMUDULLAH - c Cook b Stokes 13: With feet rooted to the spot, plays away from his body and edges to first slip.
53.1 overs, Bangladesh 201-5: MUSHFIQUR RAHIM - c Cook b Moeen 4: Comes down the pitch and glances to leg slip who takes a catch at the second attempt.
54.3 overs, Bangladesh 202-6: SABBIR RAHMAN - c Bairstow b Stokes 0: Plays away from his body with no footwork and feathers through to the wicketkeeper.
58.2 overs, Bangladesh 212-7: SHUVAGATA HOM - c Bairstow b Woakes 6: With feet planted, aims a booming drive but only tickles a fine edge behind.
59.3 overs, Bangladesh 213-8: MEHEDI HASAN - lbw Moeen 1: Misses a sweep and not out decision is overturned, with ball pitching in line of leg stump and ball tracker says it would have clattered stumps.
60.4 overs, Bangladesh 215-9: SHAKIB AL HASAN - c Bairstow b Woakes 10: Gets an edge to a full and wide delivery which carries through to wicketkeeper.
63.5 overs, Bangladesh 220-10: KAMRUL ISLAM RABBI - c Root b Moeen 0: Edges through to first slip, who takes a fine diving catch to give Moeen his five-for.