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Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh, 3rd ODI, Bangladesh tour of Zimbabwe 2013

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Zimbabwe won by 7 wkts | Zimbabwe Vs Bangladesh Live Score, 3rd ODI

The players pose with the winner's trophy. That's all we have for you from here. Do join us for the T20Is, which starts on Saturday. Until then take care.....
Sibanda: I am obviously happy with my effort. I worked hard after I didn't perform well in the Test series. All my hard work has paid off. I got good support from the team members and I am happy that my knock ended up in a winning cause.
Sibanda is the Man of the Series as well.
Sibanda is the Man of the Match for his unbeaten match-winning innings of 103.
Taylor: I am very happy as we had to come back after losing the 1st ODI badly. We showed lot of character and I am very happy with the team effort. The boys worked really hard and I am very happy for Sibanda as he scored an ODI ton after 7 long years. Williams also contributed well in the middle order. Our fast bowlers are performing well at the moment and I am very happy with the way we are progressing.
Rahim: It was not easy to defend the score on this surface. We tried our best but they played great cricket, especially Sibanda. We have lot of positives to take from this series. Nasir has played well throughout all matches and even Mahmudullah has done well coming back into the form. We will like to take this on a positive note and come back strong in the T20s.
What a turnaround for Zimbabwe after they were beaten badly in the 1st ODI by 121 runs. Their batsmen clicked as a unit in both the ODIs they have won and that helped them take the 3-match series 2-1. They bowled well initially as they were boltered by the addition of Vitori. He gave them a good start and struck twice in 2 balls to leave Bangladesh struggling. Mahmudullah's late onslaught helped them to post 247. Zimbabwe started the chase in an aggressive fashion, but lost Masakadza and Taylor in quick succession. But Sibanda played a dream innings and also posted his 2nd ODI ton in the process to help Zimbabwe win the match quite easily. Williams also chipped in with a quick-fire fifty and ensured Zimbabwe didn't face any further hiccup. Stay tuned for the presentation.....
47.1 Robiul Islam to Vusi Sibanda 4
FOUR, Sibanda has done it, what an innings from him, fuller length delivery wide outside off, Sibanda went hard at it and gets an outside edge past the keeper to third man, his 2nd ODI century which helped Zimbabwe win the series
100 runs for Vusi Sibanda
Robiul Islam [7.0-0-41-1] is back into the attack
End of over 47, 4 runs (4 . . . . . )
ZIM: 247/3
Sean Williams - 55(46) This over: 4 runs
Vusi Sibanda - 99(134) This over: 0 runs
Shafiul Islam
(10.0 - 0 - 58 - 0)
46.6 Shafiul Islam to Sean Williams 0
no run, oh he has survived 5 balls without scoring a run, this one was a high bouncer on the stumps, 3rd short ball of the over, but surprisingly the umpire didn't signal it as a wide
46.5 Shafiul Islam to Sean Williams 0
no run, shortish delivery on the stumps, Williams sways out of the line
46.4 Shafiul Islam to Sean Williams 0
no run, banged in short on the stumps, Williams ducks under it, luckily for Sibanda it was not called as a wide, anxious moments for Sibanda
46.3 Shafiul Islam to Sean Williams 0
no run, slower delivery outside off, Williams shoulders arms, the keeper takes it on the bounce and fumbles it, the ball almost went away to third man fence
46.2 Shafiul Islam to Sean Williams 0
no run, fuller length delivery on the pads, Williams clips it straight to the fielder at midwicket
46.1 Shafiul Islam to Sean Williams 4
FOUR, oh what has he done, just one run needed for Zimbabwe and Sibanda now, it was fuller length delivery wide outside off, Williams drives hard at it and edges it down to third man

Match details

Toss : Zimbabwe won the toss and elected to field

Man of the Series : Vusi Sibanda

Umpires : Johanes Cloete (South Africa) and Jeremiah Matibiri (Zimbabwe)

TV umpire : Russell Tiffin (Zimbabwe)

Match referee : Chris Broad (England)

Teams

Zimbabwe : Hamilton Masakadza, Vusi Sibanda, Sikandar Raza, Brendan Taylor(c & wk), Sean Williams, Malcolm Waller, Elton Chigumbura, Prosper Utseya, Kyle Jarvis, Brian Vitori, Tendai Chatara.

Bangladesh : Tamim Iqbal, Mohammad Ashraful, Jahurul Islam, Mushfiqur Rahim(c & wk), Shakib Al Hasan, Nasir Hossain, Mahmudullah, Ziaur Rahman, Abdur Razzak, Shafiul Islam, Robiul Islam.

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