Taijul Islam tore through West Indies and Shakib Al Hasan made history as Bangladesh sealed a 64-run victory on day three of the first Test in Chittagong.

The Windies were set 204 for victory after bowling the Tigers out for just 125 on a pitch offering sharp turn, but they were 11-4 at lunch and folded to 139 all out.

Taijul did much of the damage, taking 6-33, and Shakib became the fastest to 3000 Test runs and 200 wickets in his 54th match in the longest format - beating Ian Botham's record - as Bangladesh claimed a first home win over West Indies.

Sunil Ambris (43) and Jomel Warrican (41) spared Kraigg Brathwaite's side total humiliation, but they will have to go back to the drawing board after going 1-0 down in the two-match series.

Bangladesh resumed with a lead of 133 but in trouble on 55-5 and Shannon Gabriel - banned for the second Test after a clash with Imrul Kayes on day one - got an early breakthrough by cleaning up Mushfiqur Rahim.

Mehidy Hasan and Mahmudullah (31) guided the Tigers over the 100 mark, but Devendra Bishoo (4-26) took three quick wickets before Roston Chase (3-18) dismissed Taijul to end the innings.

The Windies had 5.5 overs to see out before lunch, but they were teetering at the break after Shakib (2-30) and Taijul took two wickets apiece in a dramatic passage of play.

Kieran Powell gifted Shakib his 200th scalp when he was stumped attempting a slog down the track and the all-rounder struck again by snaring Shai Hope caught behind.

Taijul removed captain Brathwaite with his first ball and also dismissed Chase lbw in the same over to put West Indies deeper in the mire at lunch.

Shimron Hetmyer again went on the attack, just as he did in the first innings, and made a brisk 27 before holing out to Mehidy (2-27), then Taijul saw the back of Shane Dowrich and Bishoo as the Tigers closed in on victory.

The Windies were 75-8 after Bangladesh successfully reviewed when Taijul rapped Kemar Roach in front but the pacemen was given not out.

Warrican finally provided some support for Ambris in a ninth-wicket stand of 63, but Shakib took a sharp catch at midwicket to get rid of the spinner and Taijul's sixth wicket ended a fast-moving Test.

West Indies fast bowler Shannon Gabriel has been banned for the second Test against Bangladesh following a clash with Imrul Kayes in Chittagong on Thursday.

Nayeem Hasan became the youngest Test debutant to claim a five-wicket haul but West Indies hit back with the ball after Bangladesh secured a first-innings lead on an eventful day two in Chittagong.

Spinner Nayeem turns 18 next week and the celebrations started early as he took 5-61 on Friday, the Windies only making 246 all out in reply to 324 despite half-centuries from Shane Dowrich and Shimron Hetmyer.

Jomel Warrican (2-22) and Roston Chase (2-16) then took two wickets apiece in tough batting conditions to reduce the Tigers to 55-5, leading by 133 after 17 wickets tumbled on the second day of the first Test.

Shannon Gabriel was not used by Kraigg Brathwaite and the tourists will have to do without him in the second Test after the paceman was suspended for one match for making inappropriate and deliberate physical contact with Bangladesh batsman Imrul Kayes on day one.

Warrican wrapped up Bangladesh's first innings in quick time, finishing with figures of 4-62 after Nayeem edged to Shai Hope at first slip and Mustafizur Rahman was trapped leg before three balls later. 

Shakib Al Hasan produced a peach of a delivery to bowl Hope and removed Brathwaite in the same over, reducing West Indies to 31-3 after Taijul Islam – who finished unbeaten on 39 – got rid of Kieran Powell.

Chase made a brisk 31 before becoming Nayeem's first victim and the teenager struck again in his next over, Sunil Ambris trudging off after being given out leg before following a review.

Hetmyer (62) went into one-day mode in a stand of 92 with Dowrich, smashing four sixes in a swashbuckling 47-ball knock before falling caught behind to the excellent Nayeem.

Dowrich also went on the attack, coming down the track to strike Mehidy Hasan for two sixes, but was left stranded on 63 after Nayeem removed Devendra Bishoo, Kemar Roach and Warrican in quick succession.

The Windies needed quick wickets with a first-innings deficit of 78 and they hit back brilliantly in the final session to leave the match intriguingly poised.

It was the spinners doing the damage, Warrican cleaning up Kayes and seeing the back of Shakib after Chase dismissed Soumya Sarkar and first-innings centurion Mominul Haque before Bishoo bowled Mohammad Mithun.

Mominul Haque scored a record-equalling eighth Test century but Bangladesh were rocked by a devastating burst from West Indies pacemen Shannon Gabriel on day one in Chittagong.

The Tigers were in a strong position on 222-3 after Mominul (120) matched Tamim Iqbal's tally of hundreds in the longest format with his fourth of an outstanding year – a number only Virat Kohli can also boast.

Gabriel (4-69) changed the complexion of the game by taking four wickets in 15 balls, his dismissal of Mominul sparking a dramatic collapse on the opening day of the two-match series.

Bangladesh lost five wickets for 37 runs before debutant Nayeem Hasan and Taijul Islam took them through to 315-8 at stumps at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium.

Kemar Roach took 5-8 when Bangladesh were dismissed for their lowest total of 43 in a July series which the Windies won 2-0 and the quick snared Soumya Sarkar caught behind in the first over on Thursday.

Imrul Kayes was dropped by Roston Chase in the slips after Roach found the edge and the opener had another life when he was caught in the deep but Jomel Warrican overstepped.

Mominul struck Chase for three boundaries in an over before reaching his half-century off 69 balls, but Warrican had Kayes (44) caught at short leg just before lunch.

Shane Dowrich put Mominul down on 67 and the number three made him pay, reaching three figures by cutting Chase to the boundary after smashing Devendra Bishoo for six over midwicket after the spinner had removed Mohammad Mithun.

It was an inspired Gabriel who turned the tide for the Windies in the first match with Nic Pothas as interim head coach following Stuart Law's departure, getting the centurion caught behind and Mushfiqur Rahim leg before in the same over.

The hostile fast bowler cleaned up Mahmudullah (3) and Shakib Al Hasan (34) in a hostile spell and Bangladesh were 259-8 after Mehidy Hasan was bowled by Warrican, but Nayeem (24 not out) and Taijul (32no) steadied the ship.

West Indies will be without captain Jason Holder for their upcoming tour of Bangladesh due to a shoulder injury.

Holder featured in the five-match one-day series in India but has suffered "a partial thickness tear of the subscapularis tendon in his shoulder," according to a West Indies Cricket Board statement.

While the skipper undergoes physiotherapy and rehabilitation in Barbados, Kraigg Brathwaite will lead the side for two Tests, three ODIs and three Twenty20 internationals against Bangladesh.

"I am definitely disappointed not being able to make the tour to Bangladesh," Holder told the Barbados Cricket Association website.

"But based on the advice from the medical team, we felt this was the best course of action to deal with the ongoing issues I have been having with my shoulder and prevent further damage.

"I've been having issues with my shoulder since the World Cup Qualifiers in Zimbabwe in March. Since then I have been trying to manage it and the pain levels, but it has got to a point now where I've got to take time to correct it so that going forward I have no further issues.

"Obviously I am disappointed to miss the tour but I know the boys are capable of beating Bangladesh."

All-rounder Raymon Reifer takes Holder's place in the touring party in the only change from the group that travelled to India.

Chittagong and Mirpur host the two Test matches, with the latter venue sharing the limited-overs fixtures with Sylhet.
 

West Indies squad: Kraigg Brathwaite (captain), Sunil Ambris, Devendra Bishoo, Roston Chase, Shane Dowrich, Shannon Gabriel, Jahmar Hamilton, Shimron Hetmyer, Shai Hope, Shermon Lewis, Keemo Paul, Kieran Powell, Raymon Reifer, Kemar Roach, Jomel Warrican.

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