Bangladesh eyes second consecutive win against Zimbabwe

Bangladesh eyes second consecutive win against Zimbabwe

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There was still concern about his lack of performance amid clinical performance
Ability to clear tailenders' wickets quickly.

Zimbabwe were reduced to 41-7 after losing six wickets for five runs.
Clive Mandane and Wellington Masakadza scored a national record of 75 runs for the eighth wicket to take the team past 100.

Bangladesh were looking to bowl out Zimbabwe for their lowest score of 80 until they came up with powerful resistance. However, the eighth wicket pair for a team like Zimbabwe, who failed to qualify for the T20 World Cup, scoring 75 runs is a worrying sign. Bangladesh.

Captain Nazmul Hussain Shanto is happy with winning the game for now and wants the players to perform similarly in the upcoming matches also.

“I think we've trained really hard the last few days. The way Tanzid
“The batting really helped our team and I hope he continues his form,” Shanto said.

“Hridoy also batted really well and showed his character on this wicket. Especially I am very happy for Tanzeed as he finished the innings.”

This was Bangladesh's 14th win in 21 matches against Zimbabwe.
Format. They lost only seven matches to the East African nation.

Zimbabwe captain Sikandar Raza, however, urged his senior players to remain determined as they look to win tomorrow's game and level the series.

“I think it's everyone's responsibility as much as it is for the seniors
Accept the blame, hold up our hands that we did wrong. The beauty of this team is that when we get it right we get it right and everyone does their part
Unfortunately, a lot of people were missing,” Raza said.

He said, “Unfortunately most of the senior players on whom batting depends
Couldn't come to the party. But, we learn hard lessons and it's fair
A game. We're not really proud of the fact that we don't start our own journeys
“Okay, but we'll try to fix things and then come back better.”

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