Bangladesh needed more hard work to retain Test status if they want to remain in cricket otherwise International Cricket Council (ICC) can cancel their Test status like Zimbabwe who after absence of more than five years regained their Test status. Pakistan proved too hot for cricket minnows Bangladesh in the first Test of the two-Test series in Chittagong on the penultimate day by scoring an innings and 185 runs victory. It was Bangladesh 35th innings defeat in 73 Tests. Saeed Ajmal was lethal from round the wickets while Abdul Rehman produced drift and sharp turn with an attacking line that troubled Bangladesh batsmen. Shakib Al Hasan fell after reaching 50, outdone by his perilous tendency to play back to the spinners. That gave Rehman his 50th Test wicket in 11 Tests. Nazimuddin proved his inclusion in the Test by scoring 109 runs on debut. He scored 31 runs in first innings and 78 in the second outing. He looked a technically sound batsman who can adjust himself under the prevailing circumstances. He played dedicatedly and with determination having all cricketing shots and played every shot on merit. Pakistan keeper Adnan Akmal dropped two catches of Nazim behind the wickets and the Bangladesh opener celebrated by spooning Rehman inside-out, and planting Ajmal over midwicket for couple of sixes. After seeing Nazims offensive strategy, Misbah applied defensive policy and pushed men back to long-off, square leg and midwicket. Nazimuddin continued his momentum and loft Ajmal down the ground and he grimaced in self-admonishment as soon as he played the shot, realising he had holed out to long-off. Pakistani fielders and keeper missed a few chances but Bangladeshi batsmen failed to avail the chances and throw away their wickets. Bangladeshi looked lacking Test match practice and need a lot of time to familiar with the Test cricket. Bangladesh foreign coach Stuart Law has to work hard with the Bangladeshi players to make them familiar with Test cricket as it is a different ball game and need concentration and application. Bangladesh likes to play Test cricket as a one-day game he had work to curb this tendency and weakness of Bangladeshi players to improve their batting in Tests. Earlier, Hafeez, Younus Khan and Asad Shafiq helped Pakistan to pile up 594/5 runs. As soon as Younus Khan completed his third double century of his career Misbah declared Pakistan innings. Younus Khan completed 6,000 runs and became the fourth Pakistani players to score 6,000 or more. Earlier Javed Miandad, Inzamamul Haq and Muhammad Yousaf have completed six thousand or more runs in Test cricket. Mushfiqur Rehman rued Bangladeshi drop chances and fielding for the Test defeat, Misbahul Haq praised his team for victory and also urged players to improve their fielding. Pakistan played as one-unit and are maintaining winning streak. Meanwhile, in the other Test played at Hobart, New Zealand defeated Australia by 7 runs in the second Test to level the series 1-1. David Warner carried his bat and went unbeaten 123 while Kiwi Bracewell ripped through the Australia batting line-up by claiming 6 wickets. At one stage it was observed that Australia will win the Test with ease as they were 152/2 and required 89 runs more for victory. Ponting and Warner were at the crease but after the departure of Ponting no Australian batsman was able to face the bowling of Bracewell and were all out for 234 runs.