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Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim chose to bat in a match his team must win to level the two-T20 series. The last time the visitors won the toss on this tour was in the first Test in Harare, which they went on to lose by 335 runs. Zimbabwe made two
54pm IST Zimbabwe held off a late Bangladesh fightback to win the first Twenty20 international by six runs in Bulawayo on Saturday. Set 169 for victory, Bangladesh looked to be cruising at 120 for one before three wickets in five balls set them back.
Emotional outburst is now the accepted rationale of Mushfiqur Rahim's resignation from the Bangladesh captaincy but BCB president Nazmul Hassan has vowed to get to the bottom of this sudden decision, hinting that there were other contributing factors.
Mushfiqur Rahim has announced his decision to resign the Bangladesh captaincy, following his side's 1-2 defeat in the ODI series in Zimbabwe. He will end his tenure after the two Twenty20 internationals on May 11 and 12. "I have just one thing to add
AFP Zimbabwe and Bangladesh go into Wednesday's third and final one-day international in Bulawayo locked at one match apiece, yet it is the hosts who know they will need to improve their game if they are to claim a rare series victory. After being
Big Picture As it had been before the Test series, Bangladesh are slightly ahead of Zimbabwe leading up to the ODI series in terms of form, recent results and experience. But the 1-1 scoreline after nine absorbing days in Harare means the "favourites
Ziaur Rahman led the Bangladesh attack with four wickets as they completed a 143-run win over Zimbabwe yesterday to draw the two-match series 1-1 and gain revenge for their mauling in the first Test. Set a target of 401 runs to win in their second
Bangladesh will go into the final day of the second Test against Zimbabwe requiring just six wickets to earn a share of the two-match series after dominating another day at Harare Sports Club. Having set Zimbabwe 401 for victory on the back of half-
Mushfiqur Rahim missed his third Test century by seven runs, but his 93 was enough to put Bangladesh in a near-perfect position in the second Test. At lunch on the fourth day, Bangladesh's lead stood at 360, after they scored 88 runs in the session.
Seamer Robiul Islam took 5-85 and spinner Sohag Gazi 4-59 to do the damage for the Bangladeshis at Harare Sports Club as Zimbabwe fell well short of Bangladesh's first innings of 391. The tourists then pressed home their advantage, Shakib Al Hasan