Bangladesh is in the position of driving in the field the third day of the second and last test. Where Tigers will aim to bring 9 wickets in the first Zimbabwe tickets.
The third day begins at the Sher-E-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur on Tuesday (November 13) at 9:30 in the morning. Before, on the afternoon of Monday, in the first tickets, tourists scored 25 races for a wicket and finished the second day. As a result, Zimbabwe still tracks 497 races. Donald Tripano (0) and Brian Cherry are in 10 races.
On the second day of the Dhaka test, Bangladesh declared the milestone of Mushfiqur Rahim in the landing tickets and scored 522 clues for 7 wickets with 7 wickets. Mushfiq remained unbeaten at 211 for 4 in 181 balls and a chakkaya. He added 144 races to the eighth wicket with Mehdi Hasan Miraz.
Miraz, who scored 68 out of 122 balls, was captured by Mushfiqur Rahim for five.
After beating Sunday (November 11), Imrul Kayes, Liton Das and Mohammed Mithun were in the first order with 26 races while Laxman Das and Mohammad Mithun were out. From there, the recording association of 266 runs on the edge of the wicket by dragging Mushfiq and Muminul from the edge of the wicket.
At the end of the day, Chattar was captured at points after marking 161 Mominul races. After that, Tarijul was the third victim of Jervis' third victim and scored 4 races.
Mushfiq, who remained unbeaten at 111 in the morning on the second day of the morning, continued with his captain Mahmudullah. This pair is united in the first session. They added 73 races.
Riaad became Talubandi on the Jervis goalkeeper side for 36 races in 37 balls. But Jarvis was the fifth victim in the first Test in just two innings.
So Mushfiq made 144 in the eighth wicket with an all-round Mehdi Hasan Miraj. Mushfiq assumed the second double century of his career. Shakib Al Hasan was the highest score in the test match of all time with 211 races. Today Shakib reached the top of Mushi. Miraj obtained the second half of the race.
Zimbabwe hunting players, Kyle Jarvis, took 5 wickets for 71 races at 28 overs. Chadara retired took a wicket.
Short indices: Bangladesh 1st innings: 522/7 innings at 160 overs (Liton 9, Imrul 0, Mominul 161, Mithun 0, Mushfiq 211 *, Taijul 4, Mahmudullah 36, Ariful 4 and Miraz 68 *.
Jarvis 28-6-71-5, Chatara 22.2-1-34-1, Trishna 24.4-6-65-1, Raja 22-1-111-0, Williams 30-4-80-0, Mavuata 31-1- 137-0, Masakadza 2-0-7-0)
Zimbabwe 1st rounds: Hamilton Masakadza 14, Donald Tripano 0 *, Brian Cherry 10 *
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