Hossain delighted with haul
Seamer becomes first Bangladeshi on wall of fame
Shahadat Hossain became the first Bangladesh cricketer to have his name etched on the Lord's honours board after claiming 5-98 as England were bowled out for 505.
The return was in great contrast to Hossain's only previous appearance at the home of cricket, when he sent down 12 overs at a cost of 101 runs.
And the seamer was understandably delighted to be a part of history. "I am very happy today, my name is on the board so I'm very happy," he said. "Everyone is very happy playing at Lord's and everyone is working hard in these matches.
"The last time I was here I was very nervous against (Marcus) Trescothick and (Andrew) Strauss. Today is a better day.
"The first day was good for bowling, but sometimes we didn't put it in the right areas and we were in big trouble. The coaches talked to us and today was better.
"We're in a good position, Tamim is batting very well and we have some good batting to come."
England seamer Steven Finn was another player to enjoy a breakthough as he picked up his first Test wicket on home soil, when he dismissed opener Imrul Kayes.
"It's a fantastic feeling to have a wicket at Lord's, a great feeling to get a bit of bounce and find his glove," he said.
"(But) obviously I'm still working on everything with my bowling. I'm still trying to figure out what sort of bowler I'll be; there's a lot of development needs to go into my game, a lot of planning and understanding about what needs to go into my game.
"At the moment I'm trying to be a hit-the-deck bowler and just play a role in the team. I have to try and be as versatile as I can for the team.
"They have players who are dangerous and it's important we don't take them lightly, treat them with respect and have to be able to build dots against them.
"We're not just going to be able to blast them away, we have to build pressure, which will in turn get us wickets.
"The important thing is to use the new ball, because we know the Bangladeshis will struggle against the moving ball."
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