Zimbabwe scored 156 runs by losing 8 wickets in the last match of the three-match T20 series. Despite losing the first T20I, Bangladesh turned around in the second match. So the visitors need 157 runs to win the series.
Zimbabwe captain Craig Erwin won the toss and decided to bat first at Harare Cricket Ground. The two openers gave good advice. Chakava went back to Nasum’s ball for the team’s 29 runs. After Nasum Ahmed, Mehdi Hasan brought a double blow to the Zimbabwean camp.
He bowled Wesley Madhavere and sent him to the dressing room. He turned Sikandar’s king into Mustafiz’s catch before he could get rid of it. Later, Shaun Williams returned to the pavilion after Mossadegh’s ball. After Mosaddek, Mahmudullah Riyad came to the bowling and saw the wicket.
In the 15th over, Barl scored 34 runs off Nasum’s 6 balls, hitting 5 sixes and 1 four, which helped give Zimbabwe a tough target. When Burl got out, Zimbabwe scored only 10 runs in the last 2 overs from which their total collection stood at 156.