Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe ODI 2 of 3 || Great win in the last over with Shakib's bat

Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe ODI 2 of 3 || Great win in the last over with Shakib's bat

When Afif Hossain Dhruv was out, Bangladesh still needed 68 runs in 11 overs. Only 3 wickets in hand. Shakib Al Hasan is holding one end with confidence. Will Shakib be able to win the team in such a difficult situation?

There was fear, Tiger supporters were worried. But he did not become the best all-rounder in the world! Bringing the team out of a difficult situation with a cold head, Ruddhaswas brought a 3 wicket victory in the last over of a match.

Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe ODI 2 of 3 || Great win in the last over with Shakib's bat

With the victory in Harare, Bangladesh managed to win the three-match ODI series with one match left. The last time the Tigers won the ODI series was 4-1 on Zimbabwe soil in 2009, 12 years ago.

This time it was a great fight to win the series. Shakib is the hero of that match, bat-ball. He took 2 wickets for 42 runs in 10 overs. Later, he played an unbeaten inning of 96 runs with the bat in extreme danger. He left the field in the guise of a hero.

Shakib is a hero, but Mohammad Saifuddin also deserves special praise. He was the partner in the unbroken partnership of 69 runs with Shakib on the eighth wicket. He played 34 balls and scored 28 runs in one boundary.

Shakib may have a regret, the regret of not getting a century. But there was no time at hand. Bangladesh needed 12 runs in the last two overs, Shakib 10 to score a century. Saifuddin hit four off the last ball of Tendai Chatara's over.

It takes only 3 runs in the last over. Going on strike, Shakib kept the victory in the great match with the touch of his bat by hitting the boundary with Mujarabani in the third man area. Did not get a century, so what? Shakib's 96-run innings with 109 balls and 7 boundaries in the face of the team's difficult danger was more valuable than a double century!

Goal 242 runs. Tamim Iqbal and Liton Das did not have a bad start chasing a medium run. They scored 39 runs in the opening over of 9.3 overs. Tamim was out first.

Sikander Raja got a great catch on the point while driving Luke Jangui, the Bangladesh captain then scored 20 runs off 34 balls with 4 boundaries. Liton Das could not last long after that.

The centurion of the previous match became the top edge by playing an ambitious pool this time. Brendon Taylor took an easy catch at mid-on. 21 runs came from Liton's bat in 4 boundaries from 33 balls.

From there, Mohammad Mithun left the team in the opposite danger. The right-handed batsman gave the wicket to Jungwei in the next over. Going out to play, he caught Madavere (3 off 2 balls) at cove point. Bangladesh lost 3 wickets for 50 runs.

Then Mosaddeq Hossain became the victim of an unfortunate run-out. In the first delivery of the 19th over, Mosaddeq wanted to take a run when the wide ball fell into the hands of wicketkeeper Regis Chakavar. Shakib also-ran. But before Mosaddeq (5) reached the striker's end, Chakava broke the stamp.

Shakib and Mahmudullah Riyad, who were always in danger, took the responsibility of pulling the team that lost 4 wickets for 74 runs. They made a pair of 56 runs for the fifth wicket.

In the end, the pair was broken by Mahmudullah (26 off 35 balls with 3 boundaries) when he was caught behind the wicket. The danger comes back to Bangladesh.

Mehdi Hasan Miraj came up after getting a promotion. But could not take advantage of the opportunity. The all-rounder was caught by Myers while sweeping Madavere, scoring just six runs.

Afif Hossain came to Dhruv's wicket and was trying to accompany Shakib. Going forward in singles-doubles without playing risky shots. But Afif, who scored 15 runs off 23 balls without any boundary, was eventually dismissed. Sikandar Raja was caught stumping while playing down the wicket. The Tigers took 7 wickets for 173 runs.

Earlier, despite the devastating bowling of young pacer Shariful Islam, Zimbabwe put up a challenging score of 240 for 9 against Bangladesh.

Zimbabwe won the toss and elected to bat first. Right-arm pacer Taskin Ahmed made the team happy in the first over after fielding. Right-handed opener Tinashe Kamunhukamui was caught by Afif Hossain Dhrubar, who was standing on the point while trying to cut the last ball of the first over.

Kamunhukamui got a place in the main XI of this match due to the injury of Tamsen Maruma. But he could not take advantage of the opportunity. Before being out, he could only play 1 run in 5 balls. That run also came from the outside edge.

However, in the fourth over made by Saifuddin, Chakava scored 10 runs in a pair of boundaries and gave a positive message in the dressing room. In the second ball of the next over made by Taskin, Saifuddin dropped the catch of Mahmudullah in the mid-on and Marumani in the deep third man.

However, Marumani could not do anything even after getting a pair of lives. Miraj attacked for the first time in the sixth over. Chakava played the first four balls. Marumani got a strike in the fifth ball and tried a big shot. But the ball hit his bat and leg and hit the stamp. As a result, the innings ended with 13 runs off 18 balls.

Taylor came to the wicket after losing a pair of wickets for just 33 runs. From the beginning, he played with confidence. In particular, the Zimbabwe captain showed his authority by hitting a boundary in Shakib's over, boundary, or Shariful Islam's flick shot in the over.

The third-wicket partnership was leading to fifty runs in Taylor's dominant batting. However, in the 16th over of the innings, Shakib came to bowl his fourth over and sent Zimbabwe's only half-centurion Chakava to the dressing room in the previous match. He hit the ball stamp by melting the gap of the bat-pad. Chakava made 26 off 32 balls with two fours before being dismissed.

Brendon Taylor and Dion Myers then came to the rescue. Taylor was the unfortunate hitout after scoring 46 runs. The bowler was Shariful Islam. Dion Myers was also becoming dangerous. Myers was dismissed for 34 off 59 balls by Shakib Al Hasan. Myers handed the catch to Mahmudullah Riyadh.

Then Madhavir picked up the half-century. Shariful Islam's ball was caught by Tamim Iqbal and he returned with 58 runs. Sikandar Raja but formed a good alliance with Madhavir. He made 30 runs off 44 balls. Luke Jangui was dismissed for 8 runs. Tendai Chatara (4) and Richard Engarava (7) remained unbeaten.

Shariful Islam took 4 wickets with 46 runs in 10 overs. Shakib Al Hasan took 2 wickets, Mehedi Hasan Miraj, Mohammad Saifuddin and Taskin Ahmed took 1 wicket each.

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