At Harare, August 14, 2011. Second one-day international: Zimbabwe won by seven wickets. Bangladesh 188 (47.3 overs) (Nasir Hossain 63, Abdur Razzak 35; B. V. Vitori 5-20); Zimbabwe 191-3 (44.1 overs) (V. Sibanda 67, H. Masakadza 38, T. Taibu 61*). MoM: B. V. Vitori. One-day international debut: Nasir Hossain.
Another five-wicket haul for Vitori took his aggregate to ten, two more than any other bowler had managed in his first two one-day internationals. After taking only two wickets as Bangladesh slumped to 58-6 in the face of aggressive seam bowling, Vitori returned to brush aside the lower order - including 19-year-old debutant Nasir Hossain, whose half-century shamed his senior colleagues - and lift his one-day haul to 10-50. Sibanda again played confidently, although with more restraint, and Taibu finished the match in style with an innings that featured two early off-side sixes, as delightful as they were uncharacteristic.