Zimbabwe on Tuesday (Nov 6) defeated Bangladesh by 151 runs in their first test win in five years to take a 1-0 lead in the two-Test series. The match was played in northeastern city of Sylhet. Zimbabwe last won a Test in September 2013, It was Zimbabwe’s third away win in Test history.
🙌 ZIMBABWE WIN 🙌The visitors register their first Test win since 2013 as they beat Bangladesh by 151 runs in Sylhet.#BANvZIM SCORECARD 👇https://t.co/7DEQuatUUI pic.twitter.com/zr7IIM7aTd— ICC (@ICC) November 6, 2018
🙌 ZIMBABWE WIN 🙌
The visitors register their first Test win since 2013 as they beat Bangladesh by 151 runs in Sylhet.#BANvZIM SCORECARD 👇https://t.co/7DEQuatUUI pic.twitter.com/zr7IIM7aTd
— ICC (@ICC) November 6, 2018
Brandon Mavuta and Sikandar Raza grabbed seven wickets to roll Bangladesh for 169 in the second inning of day four. Imrul Kayes became Bangladesh’s top-scorer by scoring 43 runs. Bangladesh made 143 runs in the first innings in response to Zimbabwe´s 282. The visitors were then bowled out for 181 runs in the second innings, setting up a 321-run target for the home side.
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