Bangladesh Women beats Zimbabwe Women by 9 wickets to seal the series.
The 2nd ODI Match of the Bangladesh Women tour of Zimbabwe, 2021 played today between Zimbabwe Women and Bangladesh Women at Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo, in which Bangladesh Women defeated Zimbabwe Women by 9 wickets, in this victory Bangladesh Women seal the series by 2-0.
Zimbabwe Women batted first after winning the toss, started the inning very badly, the entire team was dismissed just for 121 runs in the fourth ball of the 47th over, Nyasha Gwanzura played an unbeaten inning of 35 runs in 80 balls, Modester Mupachikwa scored 33 runs in 51 balls, Esther Mbofana 14 runs in 44 balls, Christabel Chatonzwa 14 runs in 24 balls, Mary-Anne Musonda 10 runs in 14 balls after from this, Francisca Chipare scored 4 runs, Precious Marange runs, Loren Tshuma 2 runs, Sharne Mayers, Ashley Ndiraya, and Audrey Mazvishaya dismissed without scoring. In this way, Zimbabwe Women batted first after winning the toss, started the inning very badly, the entire team all-out just for 121 runs in 46.4 overs, and set a target of 122 runs in front of Bangladesh Women.
Bangladesh Women bowlers performed very brilliantly, Nahida Akter took 3 wickets for 30 runs, Jahanara Alam and Salma Khatun took 2-2 wickets, Ritu Moni and Fahima Khatun got 1-1 wicket.
Bangladesh Women chasing 122 runs in the second inning they achieved the target very easily by losing just 1 wicket in third ball of the 25th over, and won the match by 9 wickets. 19th over and won the match by 5 wickets. Bangladesh Women started the inning brilliantly although the first wicket has gone just for 10 runs, Murshida Khatun and Sharmin Akhter came to start the inning, the first wicket has gone just for 10 runs in second ball of the fifth over, Sharmin Akhter dismissed just for 8 runs in 14 balls, next batsman Sharmin Akhter came to bat, handled the inning and took the match to the victory with Murshida Khatun, Fargana Hoque played a brilliant unbeaten half-century and victory inning of 53 runs with the help of 7 boundaries in 68 balls, and Murshida Khatun also played a brilliant unbeaten half-century and victory inning of 51 runs with the help of 8 boundaries in just 66 balls. In this way, Bangladesh Women chasing 122 runs in the second inning they achieved the target very easily for the loss of just 1 wicket in 24.3 over and won the match by 9 wickets, with this victory Bangladesh Women also won the series by 2-0.
In this way, Australia chasing 177 runs in the second inning they achieved the target very easily by losing just 5 wickets in the 19th over and won the match by 5 wickets to set for the final.
Zimbabwe Women bowler Esther Mbofana got 1 wicket.