Cricket-Zimbabwe v Bangladesh - second test scoreboard

Fri Apr 26, 2013 4:35pm BST

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April 26 (Reuters) -    Scoreboard after the second day of
the second and final test between Zimbabwe and Bangladesh at the
Harare Sports Club on Friday.

    Zimbabwe first innings
    V Sibanda       c Mushfiqur Rahim b Robiul Islam   10
    R Chakabva      c Mushfiqur Rahim b Robiul Islam   12
    H Masakadza     b Shakib Al Hasan                  14
    B Taylor        c Shakib Al Hasan b Sohag Gazi     36
    M Waller        not out                            30
    E Chigumbura    not out                            45
    Extras (b-4, lb-7)                                 11
    Total (for four wickets, 62 overs)                158
    Fall: 1-23 2-26 3-45 4-97
    To bat: R Mutumbani, G Cremer, K Meth, K Jarvis, S    
    Bowling: Robiul Islam 19-9-34-2, Sajidul Islam 14-5-39-0,
Ziaur Rahman 5-3-5-0, Shakib Al Hasan 12-3-33-1, Sohag Gazi
10-1-29-1, Mohammad Ashraful 1-1-0-0
    Bangladesh first innings 
    Tamim Iqbal        run out                      49
    Jahurul Islam      c Waller b Meth              24
    Mohammad Asharful  c Cremer b Masakadza          4
    Mominul Haque      c S Masakadza b Chigumbura   23
    Shakib Al Hasan    c Mutumbami b Chigumbura     81
    Mushfiqur Rahim    lbw b Jarvis                 60
    Nasir Hossain      b Cremer                     77
    Ziaur Rahman       lbw Meth                     14
    Sohag Gazi         c Chigumbura b Cremer        21
    Sajidul Islam      c Mutumbami b Chigumbura      0
    Robiul Islam       not out                      24
    Extras (b-2, lb-7, w-1, nb-4)                   14
    Total (all out, 113.2 overs)                   391
    Fall: 1-44 2-58 3-102 4-125 5-248 6-280 7-313 8-364 9-367
    Bowling: Jarvis 25-4-105-1, Meth 22-7-41-2, S Masakadza
17-2-52-1, E Chigumbura 24.2-7-75-3, Cremer 25-3-109-2

    Zimbabwe lead series 1-0

 (Compiled By Nick Said in Cape Town, editing by Ed Osmond)

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