Mustafizur five-for seals Bangladesh series sweep

Bangladesh v Zimbabwe, 3rd ODI, Mirpur
Bangladesh got off to a terrific start after choosing to bat, with the openers Tamim Iqbal and Imrul Kayes putting on 147© AFP
© AFPBangladesh got off to a terrific start after choosing to bat, with the openers Tamim Iqbal and Imrul Kayes putting on 147
Zimbabwe then hit back with regular wickets, as both openers were stumped for 73, leaving the hosts at 173 for 2 in the 35th over© Associated Press
© Associated PressZimbabwe then hit back with regular wickets, as both openers were stumped for 73, leaving the hosts at 173 for 2 in the 35th over
Mushfiqur Rahim promoted himself to no. 3 and was also dismissed in the same fashion, the first time in ODIs that the top three batsmen were stumped© Associated Press
© Associated PressMushfiqur Rahim promoted himself to no. 3 and was also dismissed in the same fashion, the first time in ODIs that the top three batsmen were stumped
Bangladesh then stumbled to 236 for 6 before Mahmudullah survived a controversial run-out call amid lots of drama in the 45th over© Associated Press
© Associated PressBangladesh then stumbled to 236 for 6 before Mahmudullah survived a controversial run-out call amid lots of drama in the 45th over
Mahmudullah then combined with Mashrafe Mortaza in a 37-run partnership to lift Bangladesh to a total of 276© AFP
© AFPMahmudullah then combined with Mashrafe Mortaza in a 37-run partnership to lift Bangladesh to a total of 276
Zimbabwe were off to a rocky start once again as Chamu Chibhabha was bowled off the second delivery of the innings by Mustafizur Rahman© Associated Press
© Associated PressZimbabwe were off to a rocky start once again as Chamu Chibhabha was bowled off the second delivery of the innings by Mustafizur Rahman
Craig Erwine then joined Regis Chakabva and just as they seemed to foster a partnership that Zimbabwe could build their chase on, both batsmen were dismissed within a span of two overs© AFP
© AFPCraig Erwine then joined Regis Chakabva and just as they seemed to foster a partnership that Zimbabwe could build their chase on, both batsmen were dismissed within a span of two overs
Sean Williams then took control of the chase...© AFP
© AFPSean Williams then took control of the chase...
...sharing a 80-run stand and 59-run with Elton Chigumbura and Malcolm Waller respectively© AFP
© AFP...sharing a 80-run stand and 59-run with Elton Chigumbura and Malcolm Waller respectively
Sabbir Rahman broke the threatening Chigumbura-Williams stand with his part-time spin, dismissing Chigumbura for 45© AFP
© AFPSabbir Rahman broke the threatening Chigumbura-Williams stand with his part-time spin, dismissing Chigumbura for 45
Waller and Williams were dismissed in successive overs with the score at 188 for 6 at the fall of Williams' wicket© Associated Press
© Associated PressWaller and Williams were dismissed in successive overs with the score at 188 for 6 at the fall of Williams' wicket
Mustafizur then came in and ended Zimbabwe's chase at 215, completing his third five-wicket haul in nine ODIs, handing Bangladesh an ODI series sweep© AFP
© AFPMustafizur then came in and ended Zimbabwe's chase at 215, completing his third five-wicket haul in nine ODIs, handing Bangladesh an ODI series sweep

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  •   Khalid Hasan on November 13, 2015, 10:28 GMT

    'Mustafiz' another name of 'Flame'. Go ahed and burn everything.

  •   Mustakim Sirat on November 11, 2015, 18:42 GMT

    Well done bangladesh cricket. Well done mustafiz.

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