DHAKA, Dec 19 (Reuters) - Taufiq Umar completed his wholesale watches seventh test century to steer Pakistan to 217-1 at tea on third day of the second test against Bangladesh on Monday. Taufiq was unbeaten on 117 with former captain Younus Khan alongside him on 14 not out at the break in reply to Bangladesh’s first innings total of 338 all out. The hosts made their only breakthrough of the day when they dismissed Azhar Ali in the second session after a third morning was delayed by heavy fog. Ali had shared a 127 run stand with Taufiq cheap watches when he was caught behind by wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim off the bowling of spinner Shakib Al Hasan for 57. Bangladesh wasted the opportunity to dismiss Taufiq with the first ball after the lunch break when Nazimuddin dropped a straightforward catch at gully off the bowling of Robiul Islam. Taufiq composed himself to then complete his century with a boundary off Mahmudullah shortly before tea. Pakistan lead the two-match series 1-0 wholesale handbags after a innings and 184 runs victory in the first test.