A late Bangladesh fightback took the shine out of a scintillating century stand by Zimbabwe openers as the visitors posted 163 for 7 in the first Twenty20 International in Khulna.
Hamilton Masakadza (79 off 53 balls) and Vusi Sibanda (46) shared a 101-run stand, Zimbabwe highest opening partnership in T20Is, after Elton Chigumbura elected to bat.
Mustafizur Rahman and Al-Amin Hossain took four wickets between themselves in the death overs to stall Zimbabwe's push for a bigger score, according to bdnews24.com. –Mithun
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