Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal has been fined 15 percent of his match fee for taunting Matthew Wade during Australia's batting collapse in their first cricket test in Dhaka.

Tamim was charged with conduct that was contrary to the spirit of the game, after giving Wade an animated send-off during Bangladesh's march towards their historic first test victory over Australia.

As Wade trudged from the ground, after being dismissed by Shakib Al Hasan shortly before lunch on day four, Tamim approached and gestured vigorously for him to hurry up.

He had earlier been engaged in debate with the umpires about Australia's batsmen regularly changing their gloves, as the first session drew to a close with the visitors under pressure.

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The International Cricket Council (ICC) said Tamim had admitted to the offence and accepted his sanction, removing the need for a formal disciplinary hearing.

Tamim made the most of his milestone 50th test, scoring 71 in the first innings and top-scoring with 78 in the second.

Bangladesh skipper Mushfiqur Rahim suggested after the match that the Australians had attempted to run down the clock at the end of the first session on day four.

"They had aggression, but we also showed that Bangladesh can be an aggressive side," Mushfiqur said. "They saw it in our body language, apart from how we did with the bat and ball.

"If you noticed towards the end of the first session, [Australian batsman Glenn] Maxwell tried to ensure that there was no more overs by taking up five of the six minutes.

"The Australian team were on the back foot, trying not to play an over. I thought it is a huge message."

Emboldened by their remarkable triumph in Dhaka, despite being ranked ninth in the world, Mushfiqur said his side had proven themselves capable of standing up to the Australians.

"They found out that we are no longer the Bangladesh of old, that we now have the players who can now change the course of a match from any position," he said. "But we should be careful of not becoming too complacent.

"It is hard to get the Australian team under pressure, so we must take the opportunity to win the series."