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Bangladesh set Zimbabwe a victory target of 314

Khulna, Bangladesh: Bangladesh declared its second innings at 248-9 on Friday, setting Zimbabwe a victory target of 314 runs on the last day of the second cricket test.Legspinner Natsai M'Shangwe (4-82) took the all four
India TV News Desk November 07, 2014 11:00 IST
India TV News Desk

Khulna, Bangladesh: Bangladesh declared its second innings at 248-9 on Friday, setting Zimbabwe a victory target of 314 runs on the last day of the second cricket test.

Legspinner Natsai M'Shangwe (4-82) took the all four wickets to fall on the fifth morning after Bangladesh resumed at 201-5.

Mamudullah made 71 while Mominul Haque scored 54. Shuvagata Hom reached his maiden test 50 before his dismissal prompted captain Mushfiqur Rahim to declare the innings.

Off-spinner Malcolm Waller returned 4-59.

Bangladesh had a first-innings lead of 65 after posting 433 and then dismissing Zimbabwe for 368.