Player of the Match
Player of the Match

Zimbabwe's fighting effort is in vain. Chigumbura had too much to do with too few wickets in hand and had the fielding display from the hosts - they let off Shakib twice - been better, we may well have had a closer result. However, they'll take pride in the manner in which they went about chasing the big score though they'll expect much more from the top order. Williams and Coventry played superbly but they were under pressure throughout and had to build their innings after Bangladesh had made inroads. It's a 2-0 lead for the visitors in the five-match series and Shakib, with a century and two wickets, remains the favourite to be named the Man of the Match. We'll get you the presentation details in a bit. Lovemore Banda, lovely name, is the host at the presentation.

Utseya: "We didn't bowl enough good balls in the morning and didn't vary our pace a lot. The middle order had a lot to do and we lost too many wickets early. We need to keep learning from our mistakes through we put in a much improved performance today."

Shakib: "We've been playing good cricket and hopefully we'll play just as well in the next game. Every time I come in to play, I keep getting better. Hope this continues. We need to improve in all three departments, but mainly fielding and bowling."

Shakib's also the Man of the Match. That's all we have from here, folks. Thanks for tuning in and sending us your comments. Until the next ODI on the 14th, a must-win game for the hosts, it's goodbye from all of us here at Cricinfo. Adios!

46.1
W
Syed Rasel to Chigumbura, 1 run, OUT, run-out, short on middle, pulled away towards deep midwicket, gets to the fielder on the bounce, Raqibul fires in a strong throw to the striker's end as Chigumbura attempts the second, appears to be a direct hit from the deep, Mushfiqur's hands are extremely close to the stumps and it might just be that he's knocked the stumps down before the ball made contact, it's a close call but the third umpire gives it out. It was a direct hit but Mushfiqur was too close to the stumps as the ball made contact. However, the decision's been made and Bangladesh have won

E Chigumbura run out (Raqibul Hasan) 31 (32m 20b 0x4 3x6) SR: 155.00

What can Chigumbura pull off from here on? He can't allow Rainsford any of the strike. Rasel, whom he's managed to smack around, has been given the ball.

END OF OVER:
46 | 2 Runs 1 Wkt | ZIM: 270/9 (51 runs required from 24 balls, RR: 5.86, RRR: 12.75)

  • Ed Rainsford0 (2b)
  • Elton Chigumbura30 (19b)
  • Shakib Al Hasan9-0-39-2
  • Syed Rasel9-0-52-2
45.6
0
Shakib Al Hasan to Rainsford, no run, big appeal as he fires it hard on middle and leg, gets forward to defend, is struck on the pads but the umpire is unmoved this time, would have been going down
45.5
0
Shakib Al Hasan to Rainsford, no run, dropped, flighted outside off, tried to open the face as it spun away, took the outside edge and Mushfiqur was late to react moving to his right

Too much of a burden now on Chigumbura to do it all alone. Rainsford comes out

45.4
W
Shakib Al Hasan to Price, OUT, he's given him! Chigumbura's running out of partners, round the wicket, slow through the air, pitched in line with middle and leg but didn't appear to straighten, Price went for the heave through midwicket, missed and was rapped on the pads, could have been sliding down

RW Price lbw b Shakib Al Hasan 5 (7m 6b 0x4 0x6) SR: 83.33

45.3
1
Shakib Al Hasan to Chigumbura, 1 run, flat and quick on the off, driven with a full face towards extra cover for a single

Zimbabwe 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
28MA VermeulenH Masakadza
5H MasakadzaCK Coventry
29CK CoventryCJ Chibhabha
29CK CoventryBRM Taylor
46CK CoventrySC Williams
78S MatsikenyeriSC Williams
8S MatsikenyeriP Utseya
33S MatsikenyeriE Chigumbura
14RW PriceE Chigumbura
1E ChigumburaEC Rainsford