England all-rounder Ben Stokes has been copped 15 percent of his match fees by the International Cricket Council for involving in a verbal spat with Bangladesh batsman Sabbir Rahman on day three of the second Test in Dhaka.
A century from Tamim Iqbal and a fifty from Mominul Haque were the only positives for Bangladesh who were bowled out for 220 runs in 63.5 overs with Moeen Ali registering a five-wicket haul on the first day of the second Test in Mirpur.
Ben Stokes picked the remaining two wickets of Bangladesh in a span of three deliveries to dismiss the home side for 263 runs and secure a 22-run victory for England in the final day of the first Test in Chittagong to take an unassailable lead of 1-0 in the series.
Haseeb Hameed and Ben Duckett scored fifties but the rest of the batting capitulated to the leg spin of Tanveer Haider as England XI were dismissed for 256 in their first innings ending the tour game against Bangladesh Cricket Board XI in a draw in Chittagong.
Abdul Mazid notched a 95-ball 106 while Nazmul Hossain supported him with a valiant 72 before Zafar Ansari's four-wicket haul restricted Bangladesh Cricket Board XI to 294 in their first innings of the second tour game in Chittagong.
Ben Duckett continued his good form from the One-Day International series as he scored a breezy half-century following which Gareth Batty picked up two wickets on day two with the tour game between England XI and Bangladesh Cricket Board XI in Chittagong ending in a draw.