Even after tomorrow and afternoon Mominul-Mushfiq pair of 303/5 in the first day

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Sports reporter:
What is the beginning and ending of one point? The full-day accounts of the Mirpur Test match will start and the end will say sorry Otherwise during the whole day Zimbabwe’s bravery against two Tigers. Both Tigers were named Muminul Haq and Mushfiqur Rahim. When the team was under heavy pressure in the back-to-back Test, they played a wonderful innings. Both of them were able to score a century in the long drought. Highest run partnership for the fourth wicket in the fourth wicket and last year, the scoreboard was good runs, which at least dreamed. Bangladesh won the toss in the second and final Test in Mirpur Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium yesterday. The whole 90 over’s were played on the first day. Tigers score 5 wickets losing 303 runs in the board Mushfiqur Rahim 111 and Mahmudullah are unbeaten on the unbeaten run. But 161 runs in the innings, the most successful batsman of the day Mominul Haque Muminul picked up his seventh Test hundred in his career when he was under heavy pressure. And Mushfiq was seen in the sixth Test century. In the beginning of this year, the story is written against the Sri Lankan batsmen. The duo added 236 runs for the third wicket; Mominul had scored a century in two innings of that match. Mushfiq was the first player to score 92 runs in the first innings. Then this is two and no runs. Minimum fifteen is not available. Bengal also lost the way in what test. On the final test stage against Zimbabwe, however, two were burnt. The record for the highest wicket-taker in the fourth wicket is the record of these two batsmen. Two of the 266 runs added, which is Bangladesh’s second highest score in any Test wicket. Tamim Iqbal and Imrul Kayes, who scored 312 in the first wicket in the Khulna Test against Pakistan, are the top two batsmen, with 312 runs being the highest. Mominul played in the 477 with 161 runs. With 19 fours, he made his own innings. Unbeaten Mushfiqur scored 111 runs in 111 balls with 9 fours. The first session of the three sessions was all about Zimbabwe. The toss did not help them. But in the morning, Zimbabwe bowlers used to take 100 percent of the wickets. Specifically, the pacers say. Kyle Jarvis picked two openers, Imrul Kayes and Liton Das in the very beginning. Donald Tiripano gifted the pain of an unbeaten half-century to Mohammed Mithun. Bangladesh was looking to lose 3 wickets for 26 runs in the two eyes. Zimbabwean pacers also feared keeping wickets in hand. Jarvis, Trishna, Chaitar’s fierce fighting began to pull the team started: Mominul-Mushfiqik Surely these two people were the last relation between Shakib-Tamimli Bangladesh team. This pair did not go back to Sylhet to return to Mirpur. However, Zimbabwean bowlers did not allow the small-scale, Mumunul-Mushfiqi and the same height of the same height. Both of them have suffered a bit since the lunch. Mominul saved a lot of time by catching the slip. Mushfiqi also survived a half-match. However, after lunch, gradually reversing the pressure on his opponent turned his opponent over. When Bangladesh went to lunch, the Tigers scored at the score of 56 for 3 wickets. During the tea break, the score was 3 for 207 Mominul has got the hundredth time Mushfiqur in the seventy-innings innings In the last session, Mushfiq’s century and the half-century of Mominul are the whole day in Bangladesh. But, that out of Mominul may have been laughing all the way. If you could cross the last few over’s of the day, Mushfiq-Muniul could have started the next day. Eventually they did not allow it to be though the other two pacer took wickets in the morning, the wicketkeeper was out of the wicket. He returned to the most successful of the day. After the nightwatch Man Taizul Islam caught by wicketkeeper Jarvis, Jarvis Taejul got 4 runs from the bat. After Mahmudullah batted, one more game was played. He did not have to face any of the balls. Zimbabwe’s Kyle Jarvis took the most 3 wiks. Tandey Chatara and Donald Tiripano took 1 wicket each.

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