Veteran wicketkeeper batsman Mushfiqur Rahim of Bangladesh cricket group scored an unbeaten double century on the third day of the one Test match in opposition to Zimbabwe. On the premise of this marathon innings of Mushfiqur, Bangladesh declared their first innings by scoring 560 runs for six wickets. The former Bangladesh captain scored 203 runs in 318 balls with the assistance of 28 fours throughout his third double century. Bangladesh's group managed to take a giant lead of 295 runs within the first innings.
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Zimbabwe misplaced 2 wickets for 9 runs within the second innings until the tip of the day's play, which put the group in hassle of shedding the innings. <! –
Naeem Hasan despatched the pavilion on the second and third balls of the primary over of the innings with out opening the account to Prince Masvoure and nightwatchmatch Donald Tiripano.
To drive Bangladesh to bat once more, Zimbabwe will nonetheless have to attain 286 runs.
Bangladesh began the day with 240 runs for 3 wickets. Mushfiqur shared 222 runs for the fourth wicket with captain Mominul Haque (132) and laid the muse for a giant rating. After this, wicketkeeper batsman Litton Das (53) contributed to convey the rating to 500 from half-century.
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Mashfiqur additionally turned the best run-scorer for Bangladesh in Tests. He beat teammate participant Tamim Iqbal on this matter. Tamim has 4,364 runs in 59 Tests whereas Mushfiqur has scored 4,413 runs in 70 Tests.
Top 5 run-scorers for in Tests:
1⃣ Mushfiqur Rahim – 4413
2⃣ Tamim Iqbal – 4405
3 Shakib Al Hasan – 3862
4 Habibul Bashar – 3026
5⃣ Mominul Haque – 2860
– ICC (@ICC) February 24, 2020
For Zimbabwe, Einsley Nadlovu took two wickets whereas Donald Tiripano, Charlton Shuma, Victor Nayuchi and Alexander Raza took one wicket every. Mominul additionally equaled Tamim's file for many 9 centuries for Bangladesh throughout his century. He hit 14 fours in 234-ball innings.