England dismiss Bangladesh inside three days

ENGLAND bowled out Bangladesh inside a session for a second time to claim an emphatic innings and 80-run victory in the second npower Test at Old Trafford.

Following on 203 runs behind this afternoon, the tourists slumped to 123 all out and a 2-0 series loss with a sorry display.

Steven Finn was the pick of the England bowling, following up a five-wicket haul in the first Test at Lord's with five for 42.

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Most of his good work came after James Anderson had set the tone by removing dangerous opener Tamim Iqbal, scorer of a scintillating century yesterday, second ball of the innings.

Anderson, making the most of seam-friendly conditions after a delayed start, went on to claim three for 16 in a superb opening spell.

Mahmudullah was the only Bangladesh batsman to offer any resistance, clubbing five fours in a briefly entertaining 38 but it could not mask the tourists' deficiencies.

Yorkshire's Ajmal Shahzad, 24, took four wickets in the match on his Test debut.