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Tri Nation Series: Creamer, Jarvis Stops Bangladesh on a Little

Tri Nation Series: Creamer, Jarvis Stops Bangladesh on a Little
Written by Abhishek Lohia

Zimbabwe stops Bangladesh in 216/9, in 50 overs, Off-spinner creamer picks 4 for 32 and departs the four major batsman including Tamim and Shakib-al- Hasan.

Right Arm Fast bowler Kyle Jarvis also picks three wickets in this match and closed his spell with 4 for 35, and stops Bangladesh for 216 in 50 overs.

Opener Tamim Iqbal played a destructive inning of  (76), his partner Shakib (51) completes his 37th half century in this innings, before stumped by Brendon Taylor in 27th over. Tamim also completed his 600 International runs in ODI during this inning. He did it in 177 innings just after Inzamam-ul-Haq with a batting average of 35.35. The partnership between these two players was 106 runs in 25 overs and gave a backbone to their team. Apart from these two players, no other player was able to score big innings,

All credit goes to Zimbabwe bowling line-up, who kept the pressure from the first ball of the match. Bangladeshi skipper Mushrafe Murtaza failed to start his innings and out for a golden duck. The economy of Zimbabwe bowlers during the innings was less than five, Tendai Chatara and Waller also gave his contribution to stop Bangladesh in 216.

After shakib’s dismissal, none of the player handle the Bangladesh innings, wickets fall down on regular intervals, and they did not make a partnership.

Bangladesh is already in the final of this Tri-Nation series, match is hopeful for Zimbabwe to continue their availability in this series, they are second on the points table. After winning this match this will clear that final will be held between these two teams and the next match between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh will be only a formality.

 

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Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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