Younis Khan was batting on a score of 25 off 40 deliveries, hitting two boundaries during his innings © AFP (File Photo)
Younis Khan was dismissed on a score of 25 off 41 deliveries, hitting two boundaries during his innings © AFP (File Photo)

Pakistan lost their third wicket with 52 runs on the board when Younis Khan was caught by Shakib Al Hasan off the bowling of Taskin Ahmed after 15.3 overs during their warm-up match against Bangladesh at the Blacktown Olympic Park Oval in Sydney on Monday. Younis hit a couple of boundaries while at the crease, and added 44 runs with Haris Sohail (17 not out) for the third wicket to save Pakistan from an early collapse, though they are yet to come out of danger as they need another 195 runs with seven wickets in hand. LIVE BLOG: Bangladesh vs Pakistan ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 warm-up match

Pakistan had earlier bowled Bangladesh out for 246, with Mohammad Irfan emerging as the pick among the Pakistan bowling attack with figures of five for 52. Bangladesh, having won the toss and elected to bat, were off to a shaky start as they lost their first couple of wickets with just 16 runs on the board, with Anamul Haque departing on a seven-ball duck. ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: POINTS TABLE

Tamim Iqbal and Mahmudullah top-scored for their side with knocks of 81 and 83 respectively, adding 168 runs for the third wicket. They were cruising at a score of 184 for two, before Pakistan got the much-needed breakthrough as Mahmudullah was run-out by Ahmed Shehzad. Yasir Shah struck for Pakistan next, rattling the stumps of both Iqbal and wicket-keeper batsman Mushfiqur Rahim (first-ball duck) as Pakistan suddenly seemed to have brought the balance of the match in their favour.  ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: SCHEDULE & MATCH DETAILS

Shakib Al Hasan kept the fight going for some time, adding 41 runs for the sixth wicket with Soumya Sarkar, before getting dismissed on a score of 31 off 30 deliveries. Bangladesh faced a collapse towards the end of their innings, losing their last five wickets for just 15 runs. ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: Complete Coverage