Liton Das Leads As Bangladesh Thrash Zimbabwe

The Bangladesh opener Liton Das made a fine 102 to set up a 155-run victory. Over Zimbabwe on Friday within the first of three one-day internationals at Harare Sports Club. The visitors made 276-9 off 50 overs before the left-arm spinner. Shakib al Hasan took 5-30 as Zimbabwe drooped to a terrible 121 all out. And with injured Timycen Maruma was unable to bat.Shakib’s third five-wicket pull in ODIs. Also gave him the record most expulsions in ODI cricket, going past. The previous captain Mashrafe Mortaza’s count of 269 wickets.

Liton Das Leads As Bangladesh Thrash Zimbabwe

Liton Das

Liton Das, who was only picked for this game after standard wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim left. The visit since of a family matter struck his fourth ODI century for Bangla on the toss. Three of his four tons have come against the southern African country. And the most recent came off 114 balls and included eight fours.

Bangladesh lost captain and opener. Tamim Iqbal, within the third over without a run on the board and was 74-4. Then before Das and Mahmudullah Riyad turned the tide to begin. The coordinate of a three-ODI arrangement. They included 93 for the fifth wicket before. Mahmudullah was caught behind by wicketkeeper Regis Chakabva off Luke Jongwe for 33.

Liton Das Leads As Bangladesh Thrash Zimbabwe

Das carried the post on his century before being caught at square leg. Batting at number six, Afif Hossain struck in scoring 45 off 35 balls. Then being clean bowled by a right-arm medium pacer. Jongwe was the most successful Zimbabwean bowler, taking 3-51. With huge innings failed to appear. He made as it were 24 before being caught by Taskin Ahmed at brief fine leg. To allow Shakib the wicket was required to claim the national record.

He created four fours and two sixes, before falling to a Mehidy Hasan Miraz capture. The matches are part of the World Cup Super League. The feeder competition decides which seven groups. On the side has India, gain the direct qualification to the 2023 Cricket World Cup.

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