Taijul took 5 wickets in the third bet. Zimbabwe all round exit from field yesterday – AFP
The exclusive authority of the Mirpur test is now in Bangladesh. Bangladesh has written half of the triumph of Taizul Islam's whirlwind, Honey's victory revolves around the Tiger camp. To win the series against Zimbabwe after the must-win performance in Sylhet it is very important to win the series and to save the standard.
Bangladesh is ahead with 218 runs at the end of the match's third day. Zimbabwe's first innings revived after Brendon Taylor's century made 304 runs yesterday. For the first time in our own history, it is possible to follow the opposition in front of Bangladesh.
Although the team's trusted sources confirmed yesterday, Zimbabwe will not follow Bangladesh. Tigers will swim in other innings today. Bangladesh wants to give Zimbabwe a 400-plus goal by adding more 200 runs in half-sessions or two sessions. Then Bangladesh will take the last part of the victory's mission. At that time bowlers who have bumped all day will get some rest and it will be useful to take wickets spinners.
Bangladesh has never followed the opposition in Test Cricket. However, these were the first 200 plus runes. Previously, the highest management was 176 against Zimbabwe. It was a victory in Chittagong 2005 and 226 runs in that match. And that was Bangladesh's first test win.
Zimbabwe was 25 for a wicket the other day on Monday. On Tuesday, tourists could add 279 runs to eight more wickets. Hamstringe paceman Tendai Chatara could not swim, their first innings ended nine wickets.
But Zimbabwe could have thrown out on less than a few runs yesterday. There were five catches of obstacles that stood there. Mushfiq, Taijul, Mominul, Mithunara are captured. Nevertheless, the opponent has stuck in the 300's over Taijul bowling. He took five wickets in his career for the sixth time. He took 5 wickets for 105 runs. Then Taizul showed that he took five wickets in three innings as third spinner of the country after Enamul Junior and Shakib.
The left-handed spinner returned to the guardian Teeripano (8) yesterday. Bryan Chari Miraj, who was twice in his life, was caught in the hands of Muminul. He made 53 runs. Then Taizul's whirlwind was caught in the net, Shaun Williams (11) and Sikandar Raja (0). Taylor and Peter Moore adversities for Zimbabwe lose five wickets for 131 runs They added 139 runs for the sixth wicket.
The pair broke Ariful Peter Moore fell to the elbow captured by 83 runs. Taylor made the fifth century in his career. He made 110 runs in the first innings before being caught behind Taejul's excellent 110 runs at 10 fours. Later Mavutaka also returned to Miraj. Chakabah (10) caught Mominul and finished the fifth victim, Zimbabwe's innings also fell. Miraj, Bangladesh, Ariful took a wicket each.
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