Shahadat Hossain made history when he claimed a five-wicket haul to earn a spot on the Lord’s Honours Boards in the summer of 2010.
With Bangladesh winning the toss, Shakib Al Hasan decided to put England into bat, putting the pressure on Hossain and his teammates to help restrict the hosts to assembling a decent total.
Despite removing Alastair Cook for just seven, Hossain and Bangladesh were frustrated by a sublime Jonathan Trot, who eventually scored 226 before being dismissed by Hossain.
England scored 505 all out overall, with Hossain finishing with figures of 5-98 as he also claimed the wickets of Eoin Morgan, Tim Bresnan and James Anderson to secure a place in the history books.
Despite Hossain’s best efforts, Bangladesh still lost the Test at Lord’s as England comfortably won by eight wickets.