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Hamilton Masakadza

Hamilton Masakadza to retire after Bangladesh T20I tri-series

Hamilton Masakadza has announced he will retire from all forms of international cricket following the conclusion of a T20I tri-series in Bangladesh.

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Injured Masakadza and Taylor out of UAE ODIs

Zimbabwe will be without their captain Hamilton Masakadza and veteran wicketkeeper-batsman Brendan Taylor during a four-match ODI series against UAE.

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Zimbabwe Cricket appoints Hamilton Masakadza as captain for all three formats

Peter Moor was named Masakadza’s deputy.

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Zimbabwe 76-2 at stumps in second Bangladesh Test

Zimbabwe, who set a target of 443 runs to win the second Test against Bangladesh, reached 76-2 before bad light brought an early stumps on the fourth day in Dhaka on Monday.

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Zimbabwe prepared for ‘hungry’ Bangladesh – Hamilton Masakadza

Zimbabwe captain Hamilton Masakadza is relishing the prospects of his team clinching their first overseas Test series victory in 17 years.

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2nd Test: Zimbabwe target rare away Test series win in Dhaka

It's been 17 years since Zimbabwe last clinched a Test series. Dhaka, the venue of their second Test and final Test against Bangladesh, is giving them a rare opportunity to do that.

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Our spinners got much more purchase than Bangladesh’s spinners: Zimbabwe captain Hamilton Masakadza

Zimbabwe allrounder Sean Williams’ 173-ball 88 was instrumental to thrust his side to a competitive total.

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1st Test, Sylhet: Bangladesh 26/0 in pursuit of 321 after Taijul Islam’s five

Bangladesh bowled out Zimbabwe for 181 with left-arm spinner Taijul Islam claiming 5/62 to finish with 11 wickets in the Test.

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Williams, Masakadza hit half-centuries in Sylhet’s maiden Test

Sean Williams and skipper Hamilton Masakadza slammed a fifty each as Zimbabwe made 236-5 on the opening day of the first Test against Bangladesh.

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1st Test, Sylhet: Desperate Zimbabwe face old foes Bangladesh

This will be a rare instance of Bangladesh playing a home Test series without Tamim and Shakib, but they will back themselves.

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