Bangladesh need another 5 wkts to win, Zimbabwe 186/5
Published : 15 Nov 2018, 12:56
Zimbabwe have scored 186 runs in 72 overs and lost five wickets in the fifth and final day against Bangladesh in the second match of a two-match Test series at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium on Thursday.
Brendan Taylor and Regis Chakabva were on the crease, scoring 76 off 136 balls and 0 run off 1 ball respectively.
Zimbabwe required another 257 runs in next two sessions in the second innings for a 2-0 overseas series victory, since November 2001. The visitors took the 1-0 lead in the series with a 151-run win in Sylhet Test, which ended on day four on November 6.
The Zimbabweans were at stumps 76/2* in 30 overs in the second innings after the penultimate day’s game on Wednesday.
Earlier, Bangladesh declared the second innings at tea break with a 442-run lead, widening it from overnight score of 218.
The host side declared both the innings of the match - 224/6-d in the second innings and 522/7-d in the first innings putting up a world record chase to Zimbabwe.
Bangladesh 1st innings: 522/7-d in 160 overs; Mushfiqur Rahim 219 *, Mominul Haque 161, Mehidy Hasan Miraz 68*, Mahmudullah Riyad 36; Kyle Jarvis 5/71, Tendai Chatara 1/34, Donald Tiripano 1/65.
Bangladesh 2nd innings: 224/6-d in 54 overs; Mohammad Mithun 67, Mahmudullah 101*, Kyle Jarvis 2/27, Donald Tiripano 2/31, Sikandar Raza 1/39, Sean Williams 1/69.
Zimbabwe 1st innings: 304/10 in 105.3 overs (Overnight); Brendan Taylor 110, Peter Moor 83, Brian Chari 53, Taijul Islam 5/107, Mehidy Hasan Miraz 3/61, Ariful Haque 1/10.
Zimbabwe 2nd innings: 76/2* in 30 overs, at stumps, Brendan Taylor 4*, Sean Williams 2*, Brian Chari 43, Hamilton Masakadza 25, Mehidy Hasan Miraz 1/16, Taijul Islam 1/34.
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