Shoriful, Fizz fight back as Tigers bowl Zim out for 152

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    Photo: Zimbabwe Cricket Twitter

    Shoriful Islam made significant discoveries as Bangladesh reacted to beat Zimbabwe 152 in the first T20 in Harare today. The pacifists were all among the winners with Mustafizur Rahman pulling three, while Shoriful and Mohammad Saifuddin winning two each.

    Bangladesh got on the road early when Soumya Sarkar, running from the deep middle goal, left to get a brilliant catch as Tadiwanashe Marumani fell to Mustafizur Rahman. However, Zimbabwe showed more response to the shorter form, as Wessley Madhevere and Regis Chakabva starred in a second 38-ball 38-ball square, before the first left for Shakib Al Hassan, was caught and fell after a 23rd turn.

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    Bangladesh returned to the game in the 11th round from Shoriful after 22 shots 43 from Chakabwa, who conceded with five blocks and two six turned Zimbabwe into a fast scorer. Goalkeeper Nurul Hasan Sohan showed great presence in the mind, taking off his gloves quickly after Chakabva had tried a cheeky scoop but failed to connect. Sohan took the ball with the first bounce and produced a direct hit at the end of the non-attack with Tsakava coming out of his fold. Captain Sikandar Raza then fell for the wrong, giving a Shoriful delivery to the goalkeeper in the same over.

    Soumya Sarkar trapped Tarisai Musakanda before the match and Shoriful returned to the 14th phase to cast the dangerous Dion Myers after a ball 22. Mohammad Saifuddin and Mustafizur then went on to death to clear the line to Zimbabwe launched for 152. Shakib finished with one for 28 in four overs, but the other sparks Sheikh Mahedi and Mahmudullah Riyad were on the exact side, with 18 and 14 holes respectively in one over each.

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