Player of the Match
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Day 5

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An hour of Test worthiness

For a low-profile series that showcased the ordinary in its missed chances and soft dismissals, the first hour of day five was its tribute to Test cricket

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Chigumbura's non-resistance

Plays of the Day from the fifth day of the second Test between Zimbabwe and Bangladesh

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Fifties galore for Bangladesh

Stats highlights from Bangladesh's convincing 143-run win in the second Test, their first Test victory in Zimbabwe

Day 4

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Anticipation hangs heavy

Both Zimbabwe and Bangladesh are used to disappointment but a great reward beckons for one of them

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The early-evening-watchman

Plays of the Day from the fourth day of the second Test between Zimbabwe and Bangladesh

Day 3

773dThe Report by Mohammad Isam

Bangladesh build lead after Robiul's five

The second Test continues to hang by the proverbial thread. Bangladesh are 272 runs ahead with five wickets in hand, but are some way from dominating the proceedings

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Poor umpiring mars Test

The umpiring in the Test has not been up to the mark, and the lack of technology to assist them had made it worse

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Caught and bowled Masakadza

Plays of the Day from the third day of the second Test between Zimbabwe and Bangladesh

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Bangladesh fightback goes to plan

Bangladesh are in prime position to record a maiden victory in the country and square a series they seemed destined to lose

Day 2

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Meth vows to play through pain

Keegan Meth has resolved to play through the pain as he battles a right knee injury in a bid to ensure Zimbabwe win the series against Bangladesh

Day 1

773dThe Report by Mohammad Isam

Zimbabwe strike, Bangladesh fight

On a day of nerves from both sets of players, Zimbabwe walked out happier after they picked up enough wickets to justify their decision to bowl

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Honours 'even' after first day - Tamim

When cricket no longer pays Tamim Iqbal's bills, he should look for work as a raconteur because that was exactly how he dealt with the media after the first day's play

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Two teams trying to fail least

The amount of mistakes committed by both sides is indicative of the continued struggles of Zimbabwe and Bangladesh in Test cricket

Others

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Bangladesh's tiger suit fan

Shoaib Ali, Bangladesh's most passionate fan, will be a regular feature throughout the course of the Zimbabwe tour, and will surely provide much amazement and energy for all supporters alike

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Cremer gives Zimbabwe's spin bowling a new turn

Graeme Cremer began his cricketing life as a pace bowler at school but his evolution as a legspinner and bowling allrounder has given Zimbabwe a balanced bowling attack

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Bangladesh face tough questions ahead of second Test

The Bangladesh Test team have several questions posed to them after their lackluster performance in the first Test against Zimbabwe, questions that will ultimately define their progress this season

Zimbabwe 4th innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st36V SibandaRW Chakabva
2nd30H MasakadzaV Sibanda
3rd30H MasakadzaBRM Taylor
4th22H MasakadzaMN Waller
5th46H MasakadzaSW Masakadza
6th5H MasakadzaE Chigumbura
7th31H MasakadzaR Mutumbami
8th14H MasakadzaAG Cremer
9th5H MasakadzaKO Meth
10th38H MasakadzaKM Jarvis