Mahmudullah Riyad is batting. Filbilder
After four weeks of fall, Bangladesh has proven to be in the hands of Mahmudullah Riyadh and Mohammed Mithun. The Tigers have made 78 runs in four wickets, Mithun (34 of 69) and Mahmudullah (24) struck 24. Bangladesh has already led 296 runs against Zimbabwe.
Previously, Kyle Jarvis made a couple of hits before the start of the innings. Imrul Kayes, who made 12 runs on 12 balls, was caught back in the outskirts of Zurich's Off Stump. Liverpool Das was bent by Jarvis for 6 in 12 overs. Centurion by Mominul Haque made a run in the first innings with paceman Donald Craig, who was played by wicketkeeper Regis Chakawab while chasing short ball off the stupid bump. Mushfiq's double century, the first inning, made 7 runs in 19 balls and Donald was captured by Deep Square in the leg.
Bangladesh Cricket captain Mahmudullah Riyad decided to swim in second innings without joining Zimbabwe on the fourth day of the morning. Bangladesh's best order bomber could not pay back its decision.
On the third of the test, Taijul bowled with 304 runs in the first innings to return to Zimbabwe Bangladesh is ahead with 218 runs in the first innings, although Zimbabwe was able to follow.
Zimbabwe started batting in the first innings on the third day on Tuesday with a 25-day lead on the first day at Mirpur Stadium. But at the beginning of the day they could not have many advantages. The team lost 5 wickets for 131 runs and lost batting. The four of them took Taejul
From there Brendan Taylor and Peter Moore took the team very well. The couple added 139 runs to the sixth wicket. Then Moore made 83 runs from the team for 270 runs, but Taylor finished the century. Centurion Taylor Taylor was out for 290 runs. Earlier, he made 110 runs from 194 balls with 10 fours.
Brendan Mavuta goes back before adding any runs to the team's team. Tigers took the wicket of Regis Chakawar for 304 runs. Zimbabwe was still in the wicket of Tendai Chatara Due to injury, however, he did not play in the field. The result of the first innings was 304 runs. But 15 balls left, but the judges stopped playing today.
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