Bangladesh – Bangladesh's left-wing Taijul Islam continued to dominate Zimbabwe on the third day of the world's first cricket test on Monday, 4-47 Monday, to finish its first career.
The tea attackers were on the second place by number of visitors with a score of 165-6.
Bangladesh's fourth successful attack was in 217-6 against St.-George in West Indies in 2009.
Regis Chakabwa was cautious when he was 17 years old when he was 18 years old, when he was 18 years old, when he was 18 years old. He was fearful of Bangladesh, who had packed three Tidewood sleepers in Zimbabwe so cheap.
They have played 111 points so far, without adding 35 points to the sixth quiz stand.
Offspinner Mehdi Hassan received 2-48.
Mehdi, 4, released the attacker, Mary Charlie, hoping to fight hostesses in the morning session. Brendan Taylor, however, opposed the Bangladeshi attackers in the bay.
Islam stopped Taylor's attack and forced a great blow.
Taylor scored 24 to 25 points and scored four goals.
However, Mehdi had a 48-year-old Hamilton Masakadze who finished the kick of the patient who scored 104 points and developed with seven quarters.
Bangladesh has tested for the seventh time with less than 200 in response to 282 responses from Zimbabwe to 143 in the first intense.
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