The Zimbabwean batsman scored 34 runs in one over of Bangladesh’s left-arm spinner Nasum Ahmed. 5 of these are massive sixes; The remaining ball comes as a boundary.
Nasum took the ball again in the 15th over of the innings. He took 1 wicket after spending 6 overs in his first over. The left-arm spinner brought the team’s first break-through. After that, Zimbabwe fell under the pressure of Mahedi-Mossadeq-Mahmudullah.
Nasum started his second spell in the 15th over of the Zimbabwe innings. Two new batters at the crease. Burl was batting at 9 runs off 14 balls. But after getting Nasum, he was overcome with the addiction of attack. He hit all the huge sixes in 4 consecutive balls; Then on the fifth ball too he wanted to send the ball over the boundary on a straight drive, but narrowly missed it. But he got a boundary. Then the last ball again six. In total, 34 runs came in that over.