The anger
Umpire Chris Gaffaney took notes at the end of the tenth over after Shakib Al Hasan let rip. It was not aimed directly at the umpire, but then Shakib's leg-before appeal wasn't his best and there was a point when he could have stopped reacting. Mushfiqur Rahim chimed in with an "oh my goodness" from behind the stumps. Then, replays confirmed the ball had hit Brendan Taylor outside off stump.

The whip
The best of Shakib Al Hasan's ten boundaries came in the 37th over, when he whipped Tafadzwa Kamungozi through midwicket. Someone did shout catch, the crowd did hold its breath, but Shakib was good enough to find the gap. The bowler despaired as the ball sped past the fielders at midwicket and long-on.

The indisciplined leader
Mushfiqur Rahim was dropped by Elton Chigumbura on 16 and then on 60 by Brendan Taylor. In between, he was caught at deep midwicket on 56, but the bowler - Chigumbura again - had overstepped. The Zimbabwe captain would not have been happy with himself for letting Mushfiqur get away twice, something which highlighted the visitors' indiscipline.

The pullout
With Shakib and Mushfiqur rampant, a chance was offered in the 43rd over when Shakib scooped Chigumbura but didn't connect properly. Kamungozi, at short fine leg moved late, and then decided keep it to a single instead of going for the catch. Zimbabwe's fielding left a lot to be desired.

The captains' combo
Mushfiqur Rahim's poor day behind the stumps turned around courtesy the catch he took to remove Brendan Taylor. In the 30th over, new captain Mashrafe Mortaza's slower offcutter induced a little edge from Taylor's bat that was horizontal, looking to play a deft late cut. But Taylor couldn't go past Mushfiqur, who dived full length to his right to snap up the chance.

Mohammad Isam is ESPNcricinfo's Bangladesh correspondent. @isam84