1st ODI (D/N), Dhaka, Nov 7 2015, Zimbabwe tour of Bangladesh
(36.1/50 ov, target 274)128
Bangladesh won by 145 runs
player of the match
Mushfiqur Rahim

8:20pm: That is that. Many thanks for tuning in and do come back for the second ODI on Monday. Till then, cheerio.

8:10pm: Presentation

Chigumbura: The way we played today we made a lot of mistakes and gave away boundaries towards the end. We then kept losing wickets. Obviously, lot of work needs to be done. It was a good decision to bowl first but we did not take the opportunity. We did not apply ourselves when we went out to bat. Other than Jongwe, we did not play ourselves in.

Mashrafe: I am still not 100% but I have worked hard. I am happy the team is winning and winning is a good habit. Mushfiq the run machine stepped up. I thought it was a good total and once again the bowling was brilliant with Shakib. He got his five wicket first time and I like to congratulate him and hopefully, we keep it going.

Mushfiqur, Man of the Match: We needed a big partnership. Credit goes to Tamim and Liton also chipped in. It made it easier for me. I scored in the practice match as well and I was confident.

8pm:The celebrations begin full swing in Mirpur with the fans waving the Bangladesh flag vigorously and dancing in the aisles. The hosts thump Zimbabwe by 145 runs.

Jonge ignited the chase of 274 with some adventurous hits. Enter Shakib. He showed subtle variations in flight and rattled Zimbabwe with his first five-for in ODIs. Mashrafe and Al-Amin proved able helping hands with the Bangladesh captain passing 200 ODI wickets. Chigumbura then lent some resistance before he was the last man dismissed. To add to Zimbabwe's woes, Mutumbami has ankle edema and needs seven days to recover.

Shakib: "I thought there was a little bit for spinners. I put the ball in the right areas and I was lucky. I believe in luck but I had to work hard. I know I had to contribute in two departments. Playing at home is a big advantage. We have showed our improvement to our world."

Moahammad Mahbu: "Congratulations to Bangladesh team & special thanks to hasan' musi & mash"

Nasir to Chigumbura, OUT

Nasir has his hands aloft in joy; Bangladesh open the series with a crushing win. Chigumbura is the last man out. Mutumbami out with an injured ankle and will not come out to bat. Flattish and pushed through to ping the pad in front of middle and leg

Elton Chigumbura lbw b Nasir Hossain 41 (97m 51b 0x4 2x6) SR: 80.39
end of over 361 run • 1 wicket
ZIM: 128/8CRR: 3.55 • RRR: 10.43 • Need 146 runs from 14 overs
Taurai Muzarabani0 (1)
Elton Chigumbura41 (50)
Shakib Al Hasan10-0-47-5
Nasir Hossain2-0-6-0

Hasan: "1st 5-wicket haul for Shakib in his ODI career!"

Shakib to Muzarabani, no run

full and drifts in, defended

Shakib to Panyangara, OUT

Maiden five-wicket haul in ODIs for Shakib. Tossed up full, Panyangara wants to swipe across the line but misses as Shakib rattles the stumps

Tinashe Panyangara b Shakib Al Hasan 5 (7m 9b 1x4 0x6) SR: 55.56
Shakib to Panyangara, no run

dangled outside off, guided to point

Shakib to Panyangara, no run

Shakib gives this ample flight on off, driven to the covers

Shakib to Chigumbura, 1 run

pushed to the left of the covers for one

Shakib to Chigumbura, no run

down the pitch and quietly blocked to cover

end of over 353 runs
ZIM: 127/7CRR: 3.62 • RRR: 9.80 • Need 147 runs from 15 overs
Tinashe Panyangara5 (6)
Elton Chigumbura40 (48)
Nasir Hossain2-0-6-0
Shakib Al Hasan9-0-46-4
Nasir to Panyangara, no run
Nasir to Chigumbura, 1 run

turned off the pads through the same region

Nasir to Panyangara, 1 run

drifting into the pads, nudged through midwicket

Nasir to Panyangara, no run

quick turn for Nasir, blocked

Nasir to Chigumbura, 1 run
Nasir to Chigumbura, no run