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"I would like to thank Bangladesh Cricket Board for keeping confidence in me for such a long period," said Mashrafe
Tamim's first century in nearly two years beat the 154 runs he scored against the same opponents in 2009
Liton Das carried his side to a mammoth total of 321-6 in their 50 overs, which proved to be too much for the visitors.
Nayeem and Taijul shared nine wickets between them on the fourth day of the Test to bundle out Zimbabwe for 189.
Bangladesh ended their innings on 560 for six in the final session before spinner Nayeem Hasan then claimed two wickets in two balls in the first over
Najmul made 71 off 139 balls while Mominul was unbeaten on 79 as Bangladesh reached 240-3 at stumps on the second day
Ervine hit 107 off 227 balls -- his third century in Tests -- as the visitors reached 228-6 at stumps after opting to bat first
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