• May 21, 2022

Tigers’deki Harare’deki inşaat gücünü üstleniyor Miraz bir fifer top

 Tigers’deki Harare’deki inşaat gücünü üstleniyor Miraz bir fifer top

Off-spinner Mehedi Hasan Miraz was in flames and collected a fifer as he regained control after Bangladesh Tea on the third day of his bizarre Tests against Zimbabwe today at Harare Sports Club.

The Tigers took Zimbabwe to 276 with 111.5 extras and will continue ahead by 192 points in the next half. Bangladesh launched a mammoth 468 in its first hit after recovering from an early fall.

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While the ball remained down in the Harare field for about three days, after Miraz Çay, the 20’s went up to four castles in the transportation area. It started with the extremely expressive gate from Zimbabwean opener Takudzwanashe Kaitano, which has been disappointing Bangladesh bowlers for some time.

In any case, the opener will be frustrated as a very persistent 311 ball drops after 87. A good length ball in the center enters with the arm, and anything Kaitano hit provided a good grip alongside a weak-sided leg. Wicketkeeper Liton as Das.

Kaitano should have been happy with what he had already done, should have done more than one interview in his presentation.

Miraz then caught it in front of Donald Tiripano before knocking over the stumps of Victor Nyauchi and Blessing Muzarabani to finish the eighth Test fifer. She finished with five great numbers for 82 out of 31 ovaries, including five ladies.

Shakib Al Hasan wrapped things up when Najmul Hossain Shanto pushed left wing Richard Ngarava aside after a good start after a slight mishandling. Shakib finished four figures to 82 in 34.5, with 10 women.

All-round expert Shakib Al Hasan really made the necessary leaps in the second meeting of the third day as Bangladesh retaliated with the ball against Zimbabwe in today’s strange ball Test in Harare.

The Zimbabwean players oversaw the start of the day procedures with Brendan Taylor, who specifically followed Shakib in the all-rounder’s previous spells. This may be because the Tigers were able to control things with Taylor’s wicket at the first meeting. Shakib returned to the second meeting with two rooks and interrupted the shooters’ shots. For starters, socialite Dion Myers bluntly explained that Timycen Maruma had turned into a slender-legged man before holding his leg for 17 balls. With both batsmen hitting their wicket, Zimbabwe looked like they planned to keep the runs and get a great first inning.

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A good bowler, Taşkın Ahmed was regularly unfortunate for not getting wicket, then, at 87, Roy Kaia hit the gatekeeper to leave for a duck. Zimbabwe, who started the meeting in 2v209, finished in 2445 by losing three wickets for 35 runs as the Tigers had absolutely figured out how to stop the run’s progress.

Remaining undefeated in the 282-top 82 before being called rookies, the Tigers and their organizer juniors became Zimbabwe’s legends on day three among their goals.

Meanwhile, Shakib remained the Tigers’ strongest bowler with three wickets for 32 overstrokes that followed 74 times a day, where the bowlers worked most of their morning and evening meetings.

 

 

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