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Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe Highlights

Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe Highlights World cup

World T20 2022 16th match on Sunday, 30 Oct 2022
Stadium: Gabba Ground
Bangladesh beat Zimbabwe by three runs.


Bangladesh won the toss and elected to bat first against Zimbabwe at the Gabba. Shakib Al Hasan, captain of Bangladesh, said, “It’s dry wickets. We want to put runs on the board. We want to forget the last game. Zimbabwe is on a high, so we have to do well. Both teams know each other. Yasir Ali changes with Mehidy.” Zimbabwe captain Craig Ervine said, “Won’t change too much, but batting first was our priority. We haven’t had much time to celebrate due to the flight. But the focus is on doing well today. One change, Jongwe out and Chatara in.”

At the start of the first innings, Bangladesh was 32/2 at 6 Overs:

Soumya Sarkar and Najmul Hossain Shanto of Bangladesh were in the middle to start the innings. In contrast, Richard Ngarava of Zimbabwe will begin to play with the fresh ball.

OUT! Soumya Sarkar Boards a Duck for Flight! Massive Loss for Bangladesh! Soumya Sarkar attempts to send Blessing Muzarabani’s complete outside off-ball into the cover. The outer edge, though, rises and catches the keeper. As he now celebrates his maiden wicket, Regis Chakabva makes no mistakes. After a brief victory, Zimbabwe invites Tendai Chatara. The pacer starts his over well, throwing two dot balls, then a few and one. Three runs remain until the game is done, as Zimbabwe keeps the Lions under control.

A solid four off the opening delivery, but Muzarabani bowls the ball wide after removing all the velocity. But the third man snatches it because Litton Das got the scoop’s leading edge. Tendai Chatara advances to his left and takes a simple catch without making a mistake.

50 Partnership for Shanto-Shakib BAN 85/2 in 12 overs:

FOUR! Shanto’s photo is stunning. Tendai Chatara sent a fullish ball, and Shanto cleared his front leg before slamming it into the opening. There is a possibility of a runout, but it misses. After losing a few wickets in the powerplay, Shanto and Shakib are rebuilding the innings. Thus Bangladesh cannot afford to lose another wicket.

Shakib Al Hasan out, and Shanto fifty: 

OUT! HUGE SUCCESS FOR ZIMBABWE. Everything was going smoothly for Bangladesh. Shakib Al Hasan is gone. What a brilliant decision by the Zimbabwean skipper, Sean Williams, to come in for his first over of the day. Williams accelerates it and either land it on or off. Blessing Muzarabani rushes from a short fine leg and makes a superb catch as Shakib attempts to play the slog sweep, which gets the top edge toward the square leg.

Shanto scores 50 runs, an essential start for Bangladesh. Due to a hamstring, there was little difficulty sprinting between the wickets. Here, he plays a solid knock. He scores 50 runs with a single down too far on when Bangladesh needs him to score well right now.

SIX! Shanto changes the gear and swings wide and long. Now it’s a FOUR. Shanto uses the slower delivery to his advantage by angling in and re-finding the space to pull the ball over a short fine leg for a boundary. One more FOUR! Shanto throws it fully and accurately as he steps back to slice it into the opening. Evans’ expression of displeasure is telling—we’re 17 from winning.

Four more wickets at the end, BAN 150-7 in 20:

Although Shanto appears large, this ball misses the top edge and is caught at the cover by the fielder. Making no mistakes, captain Craig Ervine assists Sikandar Raza in taking the day’s opening wicket.

Mosaddek attempts to knock this behind point on a yorker-length from Navara. But the ball sails off the thick edge and lands in front of the defender. No festivities? They check upstairs to see if the ball bounced as soon as it made contact with the bat. Still, Chatara doesn’t appear interested in celebrating. However, everything seems to be in order. It flew off the bat’s face, which is OUT!

It has fallen! Williams took a direct strike from Afif Hossain’s decisive blow to Ngarava. Oh no! It has fallen. It ought to have been seized. Wait, Williams throws a beautiful ball to the keeper on the bounce, but it bounces off, forcing Nurul Hasan to walk to the pavilion. Williams missed the catch, but the runout now makes up for it.

What a fantastic final over by Richard Ngarava. Three wickets, that’s incredible! Ngarava tosses a whole bowl in the center. Afif Hossain attempts a leg-side shot but misses. After an appeal, the finger is raised. Does it merit the price, according to Hossain? No, all for nothing. Bangladesh’s innings are over at that point. 150-7 in 20 overs.

Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe Highlights:

2nd Innings Zimbabwe was batting ZIM 35/2 in 5:

Wesley Madhevere of Zimbabwe gets things going nicely with a FOUR. He still tries harder but doesn’t receive enough opportunities to make a decent shot. What an excellent start for Taskin Ahmed, as Mustafizur Rahman makes a comfortable catch. That’s the perfect start for Bangladesh.

OUT! GREAT WICKET! The innings of Craig Ervine, who was in fantastic form, have ended. Once again, pitching, Taskin Ahmed angles the ball across. Ervine is quick to play it as he seeks to drive but receives an outside edge, and Nurul Hasan neatly takes it there. Outside off, it goes wide, but Ervine is keen to play it. Taskin Ahmed is blazing hot. For him, two wickets. Bangladesh is also fully engaged in the contest.

Mossadeq Hossain makes a strong start with two dot balls when given the ball. Since both openers are back in the pavilion relatively early, Milton Shumba and Sean Williams might feel the weight of duty falling on their shoulders. Williams loses some weight at cow corner with a FOUR following a single and a two. One more FOUR! Williams attempts an aerial maneuver this time, with the same outcome. He pulls it on for too long, and the fifth over is 11.

Milton Shumba and Sikandar Raza out ZIM 46-4 in 8 overs:

Shumba attempts to loft a length ball from Mustafizur Rahman over the bowler’s head by smashing it over the line. Shakib Al Hasan runs from mid-off to his left and makes a spectacular diving catch.

Right now, Zimbabwe is facing severe problems. The giant fish is thrown out by Rahman. Afif Hossain made a spectacular catch as Raza attempted to draw a square on a back-of-length ball that went straight up in the air and got a top edge. Zimbabwe’s power play was unimpressive. They now have an urgent need for collaboration.

With his continued dominance over Zimbabwean batters, Mustafizur Rahman is back. Now all Zimbabwe needs is a solid alliance. They should take this game seriously and organize a race to the finish line.

Slow and Steady ZIM 64-4 in 10 over:

When Hasan Mahmud enters the game, his first pitch is merely a single, followed by a great shot to the front of the square. Zimbabwe now has two additional points as a result. Oh no, too! Mis-field. As he slides too early while sprinting from deep-mid, Mossadeq hands Zimbabwe three easy runs as the ball taunts him to the boundary. That’s a FOUR!

Hundred comes up ZIM 111-5, need 40 more off 18 now:

Ryan Burl is up with some good skills, finding crucial boundaries and pushing hard to reach the finish line. But will Zimbabwe chase down 150? Stay tuned as two of the most lethal Bangladesh bowlers, Taskin Ahmed and Mustafizur Rahman, are done with all their day-overs.

Unbelievable! Zimbabwe needs five off two now:

Ngarava attempts a six but holds on. STUMPED! Ngarava gets stumped by Nurul Hasan, turning the contest once again. Zimbabwe now requires five from one. If they do, Do you think a super-over will win? What will occur? Not Out shows on the big screen as all the players leave the field and shake hands. The players are summoned back, and stumps must be given back. Players from Bangladesh had surprised expressions on their faces. Zimbabwe has to get four out of one on a free hit.

Bangladesh won by 3 Runs:

The game was finished. Teams clasped hands and retreated, but what do you know? The third Umpire pronounces NO BALL! Players are suddenly coming back onto the field in a way that has never been witnessed before. The ball is in Mosaddek’s hands. Zimbabwe needs four off of one. No! Murabani overlooks it. Frustration is everywhere, but Bangladesh may now rejoin.

ICC World Cup 2022 Live Telecast & Broadcasting:

CountryLive Telecast and Broadcast Channels
IndiaStar Sports network
PakistanPTV Sports and Ten Sports
BangladeshGazi TV (GTV)
Australia and New ZealandYupp TV
South AfricaSuperSport network
The USA and UKHotstar 
Middle EastOSN Sports Cricket

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