Bangladesh recorded largest win in ODI historical past

by Jeremy Spirogis
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On the premise of wicketkeeper batsman Linton Das (Retired Hurt 126) century and Mohammad Mithun (50) half century innings, Bangladesh beat Zimbabwe by 169 runs to register their largest win in ODI historical past. The total group of Zimbabwe collapsed for 152 runs in 39.1 overs after chasing the goal of 322 runs put by the host Bangladesh. Wesley Madhevere scored the best 35 runs for Zimbabwe.

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With this victory, Bangladesh has taken a 1-Zero lead within the 3-match ODI collection. <! –

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                 Earlier, Bangladesh's largest ODI win was 163 runs, which they achieved by giving a goal of 321 runs towards Sri Lanka in Dhaka within the 12 months 2018.

Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza received the toss and determined to bat first. All the batsmen made helpful contributions from Bangladesh. Litton hit 13 fours and a pair of sixes in 105 balls in his century innings whereas Mithun hit 5 fours and a six off 41 balls throughout his half-century innings.

Nazmul Hussain Santo scored 29 runs whereas opener Tamim Iqbal was dismissed by 24 runs. Mahmudullah returned 32 not out, whereas Mohammad Saifuddin returned unbeaten on 28 runs. From Zimbabwe, Monfu took the utmost 2 wickets.

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The Zimbabwean group, which began chasing the goal, had a really unhealthy begin. He misplaced his six wickets inside 107 runs. The group went on shedding wickets at common intervals. From Bangladesh, Saifuddin took three whereas Murtaza and Mehdi Hasan Miraj took 2-2 wickets. Linton was adjudged Man of the Match for his good innings.

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