wicket off the last ball, and its Sabbir again. Offers up a short ball that Cremer goes to pull over the leg side. He was hitting against the turn so ends up with a top edge that goes straight up and falls straight down into the bowler's own hands
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Sabbir Rahman is the Man of the Match. "Very happy to go 2-0 and hopefully we will win the third one too. Wicket was very good, it came onto the bat very nicely and when I came to the crease I just supported Soumya Sarkar. They were playing the big shots and I just played beside them. It's a start [the three wickets]"
"We saw the wicket was a bit slower, we thought 150-160 was a good score. They had a good start but we came back well," says Mashrafe Mortaza. "It is very important for the openers to go good, and Sabbir Rahman is scoring for the team at No. 3. Unlucky Mushfiq got injured, but Shakib finished it well. I hope the injury is not serious, we thought it isn't very serious but we were fielding. Have to check only now. All through 2015 we have been bowling as a group and good to see it continue"
"I guess the bowlers did quite well to restrict Bangladesh. 167 was chaseable, but we didn't do enough in the powerplay and then overs 6-10 was [disappointing] as well," says Hamilton Masakadza, stand-in Zimbabwe captain. "With the World Cup in mind, we will have a few things tried out and we have to make the best use of it [the combination] on the day. I thought the guys bowled quite well, don't think too much to tinker with the bowling. We need to do more with the bat because these are batter-friendly conditions"
6.15 pm So no doubt about who the Man of the Match would be. Sabbir becomes the second Bangladeshi to score 40 runs and pick up three wickets. They had a good total on the board, but not a winning one just yet. A good show from their bowlers was needed and they got that. Mustafizur and his cutters and yorkers were impressive again. Shakib and his ability to tie batsman down came to the fore again. And amid all that Sabbir somehow takes three wickets in 13 balls to seal a 42-run victory.
Mustafizur seems to be having a problem with his left shoulder. He is clutching it, and trying to test it out. Tamim tells him to stop and asks him to go off the field. Bangladesh don't want to take any chances with him
full and outside off, drilled into the covers
good length ball outside off, Wellington flashes and misses
that time the search for the block hole makes him bowl a low full toss on leg stump, still since it's rather quick, the batsman can't connect with the flick
another irritating yorker for the batsman, who can only dig it out
right up there on middle and leg, flicked to deep midwicket. Kayes was the man running in, bends down to pick it up with one hand but fails to pick the ball up
gets down the track, but had signalled his intent too early. The bowler adjusts, fires it in quick on off stump. Wellington swipes across the line, gets an inside edge and has to hurry back into his crease lest he be run out by the wicketkeeper
swats a good length ball on off stump to long-on for a couple of runs
cuts it from leg stump after making room for himself, still only a single with a man in the deep
skids onto the right-hander from around the wicket, Cremer pulls to deep midwicket
backs away and slaps a flatter ball to long-off
short ball, pulled to deep square leg
Fifty five of 12 balls shouldn't happen, should it?
Alex: "I'm getting impressed by the Mustafizur cutter everyday. He is no one trick pony and knows what he's doing. " --- he's been taken off though. Shuvagata is now on
slugged to deep midwicket for a single
leg cutter outside off, Cremer slogs across the line and comes up with a big old zip
back of a length slower ball on leg stump, Wellington goes for a flick but ends up with an inside edge to square leg
hits the yorker outside off and beats Wellington for pace
swivels on his back foot as he pulls a short ball from outside off to deep square leg
Ashen: "Zimbabwe failing in their batting again. What happened to Craig Ervine? He's a quality batsman. But he's not even in the squad. Zim missing his class." ---- Ervine is injured or perhaps he is ill
good length ball outside off, Cremer was looking to turn it into the leg side and ends up with a leading edge to point
those stumps are in disarray again! Pin point yorker on middle stump goes through Moor. Beaten on pace. Just take it and go, he says as the Khulna crowd go wild
full and outside off, Cremer was looking to paddle it fine but is struck on the back pad. Mustafizur goes for an appeal, but the impact was outside off