Tamim Iqbal struck 18 fours during his stay at the crease © AFP (File Photo)
Tamim Iqbal struck 18 fours during his stay at the crease © AFP (File Photo)

Tamim Iqbal completed his second consecutive One-Day International (ODI) century, and his sixth overall, during the 2nd game of the three-match ODI series against Pakistan at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium in Mirpur on Sunday. Bangladesh were cruising at a score of  214 for two after 35.2 overs, needing 26 to win from 88 balls, with Mushfiqur Rahim batting on 63 on the other end. The partnership between the two is worth 114 so far. Live Updates: Bangladesh vs Pakistan, 2nd ODI at Mirpur

Pakistan earlier won the toss and elected to bat, with skipper Azhar Ali not announcing any changes in his playing eleven. The hosts, on the other hand, welcomed regular skipper Mashrafe Mortaza back into the side after he missed out on the first game, serving a one-match ban that was imposed on him for slow over-rate during the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 quarter-final against India.  Live Streaming: Bangladesh vs Pakistan 2nd ODI for Pakistan users

Pakistan finished on a score of 239 for the loss of six wickets at the end of 50 overs earlier in the day. They were reeling at a score of 77 for the loss of five wickets, with Shakib taking two of those wickets as the visitors seemed to be headed towards a certain collapse. A 77-run partnership between Saad Nasim and Haris Sohail turned things around however, before Nasim added a quickfire 85-run stand with Wahab Riaz to guide Pakistan to a respectable score. Both Nasim and Riaz brought up their maiden ODI fifties, with the former doing so in his second ODI appearance. Live Streaming: Bangladesh vs Pakistan 2nd ODI for Bangladesh users