SYLHET, Bangladesh – left-arm spinner in Bangladesh Taijul Islam climbed 4-47 on Thursday when he finished his first career on Monday, while Zimbabwe continued to dominate the third day of the first cricket test.
At tea, visitors reached 165-6 in the second innings, which led to 304.
The best successful Bangladesh quarter innings chase is 217-6 against West Indies in St. George's in 2009.
Regis Chakabva, with a 19-year-old attack on Wellington Masakadza, reached 19, an unpleasant Bangladesh who provided Zimbabwe with five balls after lunch after three Taijul bouts.
They played 111 balls among them to add unbeaten 35 moves to reach the sixth track so far.
The merciless Mehidy Hasan took 2-48.
Mehidy interrupted by opening the Brain Chari opener for 4, so that hosts hope to fight back in the morning session. But Brendan Taylor was opposed to keeping Bangladesh's spiners in the bay.
Islam ended the attack, which was attacked by Taylor and prompted him to make a big shot, causing catches in the long run.
Taylor reached 24 to 25, hit four borders.
Mehidy won the Hamilton Masakadze Prize for 48, finishing 104 balls knocked by the patient, designed by seven four before Taijul ran through the middle row.
In the first innings, Bangladesh ranked seventh in the 143nd, under number 200, in Zimbabwe's reply to 282.
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