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Match Day

604dThe Wisden Verdict by Rabeed Imam in Dhaka

When everything fell in place

The lack of patience from their batsmen has often been the bane of Bangladesh's cricket team

604dRabeed Imam

'Trying to win could have been risky' - Bashar

Dav Whatmore - a happy man © AFP Bangladesh had shut the door too early on the last day of the second Test without ever pushing for a win, but for them a series victory really was much more important, because it was a result they had not

604dThe Bulletin by Rahul Bhatia

Iqbal hundred seals series win

Bangladesh achieved their first Test-series win after a tense final day in which they spurned an opportunity to go for a win, mindful of the larger objective

604dThe Bulletin by Rabeed Imam

Taibu's ton sets up a grand finale

Tatenda Taibu's maiden Test hundred gave Zimbabwe a great chance of winning the second Test and leveling the series after four days of the second Test at Dhaka - but Bangladesh reached 98 for 0 at the close

604dThe Bulletin by Rahul Bhatia

Taibu and Taylor show the way

Tatenda Taibu followed his excellent unbeaten 85 in the first innings with an equally composed 81 not out in the second as Zimbabwe ended the third day of the Dhaka Test on 203 for 6, an overall lead of 290 runs

604dThe Bulletin by Rahul Bhatia

Hondo rattles Bangladesh

Bangladesh found themselves in a familiar position, struggling to 169 for 8, after an incisive spell by Douglas Hondo rattled the batting line-up

604dThe Bulletin by Rabeed Imam

Enamul gives Bangladesh the edge

Tatenda Taibu negotiated a difficult final session and was one run short of his second half-century of the series when stumps were drawn on the first day of the second Test with Zimbabwe on 244 for 6