Haris Sohail hit a four and a six during his stay at the crease © Getty Images (File Photo)
Haris Sohail hit a four and a six during his stay at the crease © Getty Images (File Photo)

Haris Sohail was dismissed when he was caught and bowled off the bowling of Mashrafe Mortaza during the second One-Day International (ODI) between Bangladesh and Pakistan at Mirpur on Sunday. Sohail departed for a score of 44 off 60 balls, as the Bangladesh skipper got his first wicket in his 150th ODI appearance, bringing an end to the 77-run partnership between Sohail and Saad Nasim for the sixth wicket. Live Updates: Bangladesh vs Pakistan, 2nd ODI at Mirpur

Pakistan won the toss and their young skipper Azhar Ali decided to bat first. While Pakistan did not announce any changes in their playing eleven, Mortaza coming in place of Abul Hasan was the only change among the hosts. Live Streaming: Bangladesh vs Pakistan 2nd ODI for Pakistan users

Bangladesh created history when they defeated Pakistan by a comfortable margin of 79 runs in the first ODI at the same venue. Tamim Iqbal and Mushfiqur Rahim combined forces to put up a 178-run partnership for the third wicket, as Bangladesh finished on a score of 329 for six. Pakistan were then bowled out for a score of 250 for Bangladesh to record their second-ever victory against Pakistan. Live Streaming: Bangladesh vs Pakistan 2nd ODI for Bangladesh users