That's all from our side for tonight. See you soon.
Rashid Khan: Being a captain for the first time in T20Is and winning, thanks to Allah. Everyone contributed, in batting, bowling and fielding. I think that's the beauty of Afghanistan cricketers that they can adjust very quickly as per the format. It's actually more of a mind thing than physical. I always bowl my overs between overs 9 and 17. I am always working hard on my bowling because batsmen are always studying you. So I am always focusing in changing grips in the nets.
Najibullah Zadran: I play a lot of cricket here and love playing in Bangladesh. I love the shorter formats. The wicket was a bit slow, so we tried to go deeper and targeted the last three-four overs.
Najibullah Zadran is the Player of the Match.
Hamilton Masakadza: A bit of a disappointing day. Our spinners bowled really well in the middle, extracted turn from the wicket but Najib and Nabi just took the game away from us. The last two games we didn't really execute at the back end but the guys are working really hard.
Time for presentation ceremony.
Isaac Marshall: "If Zimbabwe had kept their concentration and cool they would be two wins from two right now. They will be bitterly disappointed considering where they were."
9.52pm A comfortable 28-run win for Afghanistan as they maintain their perfect record against Zimbabwe. They have now won eight of eight T20Is against them. The stars of the match were Najibullah Zadran and Mohammad Nabi who added 107 in just 6.4 overs. A seven-ball sequence during their stand read 6, 6, 6, 6, 6, 6, 6. It was there the game changed and the final target proved a bit too much for Zimbabwe.
Sabyasachi Bali: "Zimbabwe need 43 of last 7 balls. So it's those seven sixes in a row , that is going to make the difference."