Left defender Taijul Islam won his third consecutive five-port haul on Tuesday to take command of Bangladesh in the second test against Zimbabwe, despite the rebellious centuries of Brendon Taylor in Dhaka.
The home announced Zimbabwe on 304 runs in the first rounds to take the lead on 218, after they declared their own rounds on a gigantic 522-7 last afternoon.
Zimbabwe only needs a tie to win its first series of tests in seven years, and guests have won the opening match at Sylhet by 151 runs, their first test won in almost two decades.
Taijul dismissed Regis Chakabva for 10 to finish his jump, and the Zimbabwean round ended immediately 19 after the last man Tendai Chatara could not hit due to injury.
Adesh had from time to time Pacer Haque's agent who thanked for breaking Moor's 139-man relationship with Taylor when he imprisoned his right leg before his first takeover.
Moor, who was thrown in 75th by the Nazmul Islam field deputy to sweeten Mustfizur Rahman, struck 12 fours and six in fifth test 50, his second half-century in the series.
Taylor raised his hundred from Taijul, but off-spinner Meheda Hasan soon finished his rounds to restore Bangladesh control.
Taijul made a stupid catch on a square leg to complete the good rhythms of Taylor, who hit 10th in his fifth Test Age – his first away from home.
Bangladesh also dominated the two opening sessions the day after Zimbabwe resumed the 25-1 game. Brian Chari led the initial resistance of Zimbabwe, hitting 53 of 128 balls before he was caught by Mehidy after lunch.
Mominul Haque caught his paw on his short leg, which was confirmed by a TV replay after Bangladesh reviewed the initial decision to resign.
Taijul dismissed the night's headman Donald Tiripano at eight in the morning, but Chari provided an opponent's blow, hitting six fours and two sixes in his fifty second attempt.
The first rounds of Bangladesh 522-7 were reported
Zimbabwe 1 round (accommodation 25-1)
H. Masakadza c Mehidy b Taijul 14
B. Chari c Mominul b Mehidy 53
D. Tiripano c Mehidy b Taijul 8
B. Taylor c Taijul b Mehidy 110
S. Williams b Taijul 11
S. Raza b Taijul 0
P. Moor lbw b Ariful 83
R. Chakabva c Mominul b Taijul 10
B. Mavuta c Ariful b Mehidy 0
K. Jarvis does not go out 9
T. Chatara retired 0
Additives (b5, Ib1) 6
Sum (all of 105.3 transfers) 304
Fall: 1-20, 2-40, 3-96, 4-129, 5-131, 6-270, 7-290, 8-290, 9-304.
Bowling: Mustafizur 21-8-58-0, Khaled 18-7-48-0, Taijul 40.3-10-107-5, Mehidy 20-3-61-3, Mahmudullah 2-0-14-0, Braful 4- 2-10-1.
Judges: Richard Kettleborough (ENG), Kumar Dharmasena (SRI)
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