On Sunday, Liton Das inspired Bangladesh to claim a record of ODI Victory by 162 runs by defeating Zimbabwe in Sylhet.
The hard batting ability from the hosts with Das unbeaten 126 was the peak score and least score made was 19.
Tamim Iqbal made 24 and Das smashed off a score of 13 fours and two sixes off 105 balls. Having given away to humidity and heat, Das before retiring from his innings he successfully made his second century in his ODI career.
Zimbabwe were set to score 322 and Mohammad Mithun’s half century laid Bangladesh to lose hope of winning. For the fourth ball of the second over itself Mohammad Saifuddin caught the stumps of Tinashe Kamunhukamwe. Victory was an unlike result when Zimbabwe stumbled at 79-5.
It was a decent chase by debutant Wesley Madhevere (35) where as Tinotenda Mutombodzi cornered Mashrafe Mortaza (2-35) to saifuddin which lead Bangladesh towards victory with a 169 score by exceeding their previous margin to win in the format of 163 in Januray 2018 which was set against Sri Lanka.
As a captain, Mortaza also claimed a record being the fifth bowler to take 100ODI Wickets which were previously achieved by Wasim Akram, Shaun Pollock, Imran Khan and Jason Holder.