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Bangladesh level series with Mehidy Hasan

Bangladesh 522 for 7 dec (Mushfiqur 219 *, Mominul 161, Jarvis 5-71) and 224 for 6 dec (Mahmudullah 101 *, Mithun 67, Jarvis 2-27, Tiripano 2-31) beat Zimbabwe 304 (Taylor 110, Moor 83, Taijul 5-107, Mehidy 3-61) and 224 (Taylor 106 *, Chari 43, Mehidy 5-38Taijul 2-93) for 218 runs

Mehidy Hasan Miraz knocked down Bangladesh with a series win on the fifth day at Shere Bangla National Stadium, taking 5 out of 38, while Zimbabwe was eliminated by 224 Halfway through the second session Brendan Taylor scored his second century of play, but the Zimbabwe hitting collapsed around him and he collapsed from 186 to 4 to 224, with Mehidy running quickly down the line.

Zimbabwe resisted briefly through a 66-race run between Taylor and Peter Moor, but Mehidy broke through to get Moor stuck on the inside edge of his short leg. A simple suicide ended Regis Chakabva’s resistance early, and Mehidy took three windows in his next four shots to finish the game with a reserve session.

Once Zimbabwe began to slide, their disappearance was rapid, but they had entered the second. Session with an external possibility to save the game. Taylor made her way through a nervous start, but once she managed to move her feet, she put together races with mature authority. He read the length well against sewing and turning, driving, moving and sweeping the boundaries of Mehidy and Taijul Islam. He brought a ball of 95 balls fifty-ten minutes before lunch, and at the other end, Moor offered him support calmly.

While Taylor and Moor were together, Zimbabwe looked like they could resist the loss of Sean Williams and Sikandar Raza. the first Williams session fell within the first hour, set by Mustafizur Rahman with a succession of deliveries that interrupted him, before the left armerist had one to land and leave. Caught in the crease and a little squared, Williams was knocked down beyond the outer edge on the ninth day of the morning.

With relentless pressure from a full near field and some probing boluses, Race never calmed down. He toppled Khaled Ahmed on a square leg for a limit, but then crossed the line into one full of Taijul, the ball grabbed the leading edge and jumped towards the bowler, who caught a sharp bass.

Moor and Taylor then soaked nearly 24 laps before Mehidy found Moor’s inside edge, the ball popping to present Imrul Kayes with a trap nearby. The fight was from Zimbabwe when Taylor, approaching his hundred, called Chakabva for a nonexistent single. only so that Mominul Haque shoots in a pitch from the center of short range to catch it very well.

Two laps later, Mehidy landed one in a crack to make the ball spit on Tiripano’s glove, Liton Das with an excellent catch on the slip leg. Running out of partners, Taylor opened up to take nine races of the 37th edition of Taijul, sparking his second centenary of the game in the process. Taylor also matched Andy Flower’s record for most of the international hundreds for Zimbabwe, raised his tally to 16, and became Zimbabwe’s first hitter to score both innings twice, having done that earlier against Bangladesh in Harare. in 2013.

however, he did not save Zimbabwe, and his teammates did an unstable job saving themselves in a pitch that offered a little twist and extra bounce, but it never broke completely. Bangladesh rolled with purpose all day and was rewarded for their patience while errors kept coming.

Mehidy drew an upper edge of Brandon Mavuta’s sweeping attempt, with the ball safely guarded by Taijul on a square leg, and then tempted Kyle Jarvis’s highly successful attempt that he skied to Khaled, running from the middle of the road With Tendai Chatara unable to hit, that sealed the result and finished the series with 1-1.

source:- espncricinfo.com

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