Bangladesh Shilif (Bangladesh) – Bangladesh left-handed Redeemer Timjul Islam said Zimbabwe continued to dominate the third day of his first cricket test, while Monday he was 4-47 He said.
In the second inning of the car, he climbed to the front with a walk of 165-6.
The fourth most successful inning in Bangladesh is a 217-6 match against West Indies in St. George 's in 2009.
Regis Chakabva defeated Bangladesh with a batting average of 17 with Wellington Masakadza on the 19th. After lunch, Bangladesh wrapped Zimbabwe in cheaper ways along the three wickets of Taizhou in five balls.
They have used 111 balls between them to add an undefeated 35 points to the sixth wicket so far.
Offspinner Mehidy Hasan took 2-48.
Mehidy defeated Brain Chari in the quarter-finals and decided to advance to the quarter-finals. Brendan Taylor, however, fought back to stop Bangladesh yarns.
The Muslims took a long shot by ending Taylor's attack with a knock and making a huge blow.
Taylor scored 24 points from 25 points and scored four points.
However, Mehidy had 48 wickets for Hamilton Masakadza. He finished 104 balls with knock on the patient and designed seven nets before Taijul passed the middle.
Bangladesh was ranked 143th in the first inning after Zimbabwe's 282th.
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