WATCH: Jubilant Tigers celebrate historic win over Australia
Bangladesh made history by beating Australia in Dhaka, sparking raucous celebrations of an alternative nature in the dressing room.
Bangladesh inflicted pain on Australia with a first Test win over the tourists and celebrated by hammering their bats against the treatment table before getting a visit from the Prime Minister.
Shakib Al Hasan took 10 wickets in the match as Australia collapsed from 158-2 to 244 all out in Mirpur on day four, losing by 20 runs.
There were jubilant scenes when Josh Hazlewood was the last man to go, trapped leg before by Taijul Islam.
The elated Tigers will head into the second Test with a 1-0 lead after taking advantage of Australia's shortcomings on the subcontinent.
Paceman Mustafizur Rahman? tweeted a video of raucous celebrations in the Bangladesh dressing room, the heroic players enjoying a sing-song while battering willow repeatedly against the physio bench.
What a win! Shakib & Tamim bhai were phenomenal! Special thanks to the crowds. BTW, Celebration is going on! pic.twitter.com/bgTY8upoxQ— Mustafizur Rahman (@Mustafiz90) August 30, 2017
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina also popped in to congratulate her compatriots on a historic day.