Bangladesh did not follow
Bangladesh gained a great lead in the first innings of 218 runs in Zimbabwe's succession. In second innings, Mahmudullah's team scored in second innings to give a big goal.
On the fourth day of the match at the Sher-E-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur, at 9:30 in the morning. Shortly before, the hosts decided not to follow.
After the third game of the day, Teyjul Islam, who became Bangladesh's representative, was tactful about the follow-up question. He said that batting bowling would work well, if we want to win, we must do well.
Zimbabwe's Brendan Taylor said he would send the opposition to pursue the follow-up. But Mahmudullah did not go this way.
Short-term end of the third day:
Bangladesh 1st innings: 522/7 decile.
Zimbabwe 1st innings: 25/1 i 105.3 overs (Four 53, Triton 8, Taylor 110, Williams 11, Raja 0, Moore 83, Chakabo 10, Mavuta 0, Jarvis 8 *, Chattara injured, missing; Mustafiz 21-8 -58-0, Khaled 18-7-48-0, Taijul 40.3-10-107-5, Miraj 20-3-61-3, Mahmudullah 2-0-14-0, Ariful 4- II