Toss Bangladesh chose to play at the plate v Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe recovered from the early loss of both starters for reaching 286 for 5 in the third ODI against Bangladesh in Chittagong, Sean Williams hit a career high of 129 and shared in fruitful partnerships with Brendan Taylor, Sikandar Raza and Peter Moor. The 132 races he added with Taylor for the third field gave Zimbabwe the initial advantage, a position of 84 races with Raza kept the score marked, while along with Moor took charge of the death to add 62 in fast time.
Those stands allowed Zimbabwe to correctly understand what they had not done in the second game, when an equally strong position was defeated against Bangladesh's bowling alley that did not result.
Zimbabwe's problems began when Hamilton Masakadza lost his third pitch of the series, and intensified when Cephas Zhuwao crossed the line to be thrown to a three-ball duck ball and Masakadza cut Abu Hider on his stumps. Zimbabwe had 6 of 2 from within three shots, but Taylor and Williams proved that they could not fail the field with a counterattack partnership.
While Williams placed the anchor from the beginning, Taylor led the position with a series of inventive strikes. From the beginning. His trademark ramp shot was shown against a Abu Hider goalkeeper inside the opening Powerplay, while his extravagant one-foot-six shot off Soumya Sarkar in the 19th. It was the shot of the day. In an entertaining punch, Taylor also survived a very difficult opportunity to catch and play bowling after placing Hider in his notebook and a call to obstruct the field when he found a rudder back at the forward's end in the 13th. , released by debutant Ariful Haque.
Ariful was one of three changes made by Bangladesh today, and with Mustafizur Rahman and Mehidy Hasan rested, the local attack lost some of its effect. Taylor reached a 49-ball, fifty in the 20th, and when Mashrafe Mortaza turned to his spinners, he and Williams attempted to use orthodox and reverse sweeps to keep the score going.
Taylor finally played a slog sweeping too many against Nazmul Islam will fall to 75, but Raza immediately announced his intentions with an indifferent first six ball. At the other extreme, Williams crossed fifty and began to move through the gears.
Two-thirds of the way through the entrances to Zimbabwe, the configuration was virtually identical to that of the second ODI. On Wednesday, Zimbabwe was 178 for 3 after 35, with Williams and Raza well established. Today, they were 184 by 3 with the same pair present in the fold. Williams entered the 80s and took a position beyond the fifties with his seventh limit. But then, the races dried up once again for Zimbabwe, and 31 deliveries were made without drilling the limit before Raza cut Saifuddin to reach point 40 to reach 40.
When Raza hit a high and direct shot directly to Soumya in a long duration, a repeat performance threatened, but this time Zimbabwe's greatest successes in death occurred more often than not, and Bangladesh clearly lost the services of Mustafizur. Williams reached a century, his second place in ODI, in 44th place, and immediately went from his previous best mark of 102 with a stroke towards the leg side boundary.
At the other extreme, Moor seized Mortaza with a clamp from the six, which escaped runs in an out-of-color performance. In the last game, Zimbabwe lost 3 windows for 19 races during the last five attempts. Today, the first time in that final block was by 19 in its entirety, while Zimbabwe accumulated 48 in the last five. The páramo ran out in the final, but Williams got a red ink and Zimbabwe reached a total that will take some persecution.