The two-day Bangladesh will have to work 295 times to win the test.
In the three logs of Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, the first Test between Bangladesh and Zimbabwe equals equally with the home team and requires about three hundred more runs to pursue with all the remaining base.
Bangladesh was 26 years old when it stopped the game in the pre-winter night in the poor light, the picturesque Sylhet stadium. Litton Das and Imrul Kayes scored 14 and 12 points respectively.
Earlier in the day, Tajul Islam once again defeated the Zimbabwean shot and claimed the first 10 wick in Test cricket when the second lizard finished the bagging process for consecutive strokes. The figure of Taijul is tall among all Bangladeshi bowling players with 62 on the second hit after 6 of 108 in first strokes. Zimbabwe, the second hit 181'e e.
In spite of the brave efforts of the Bangladesh spinners, the visitors were credited with a horrific hit from the host bats, which contained a huge first hit leading to the opposition.
At the beginning of the second day, Mehedi Hassan lifted the spirit of the crowd and dismissed the opposition captain, Hamilton Masakadza.
Taijul distorted Sean Williams in a reverse sweeping path, and at the time Williams left, Zimbabwe's left arm lost restrictions against the orthodox bower; Miraz and Nazmul Islam cleared the remaining portion of the reins between deliveries from the Apu.
Zimbabwe 1 strokes 282 out of all (117.3 times)
Sean Williams 88, Peter Moor 63, Hamilton Masakadza 52
Taijul Islam 6/108, Nazmul Islam 2/49, Abu Jayed 1/68
Bangladesh 1. strokes 143 all (51 times)
Ariful Haq 41, Mushfiqur Rahim 31, Mehedi Hasan Miraz 21
Tendai Chatara 3/19, Sikandar Raza 3/35
Zimbabwe 2nd strokes 181 all
Hamilton Masakadza 48, Brendon Taylor 24, Sikandar Raza 25
Taijul Islam 5/62, Mehedi Hasan Miraza 3/48, Nazmul Islam 2/27
Taijul Islam's 5 Wickets against Zimbabwe.
Bangladesh 2 strokes 26/0 (10.1 times)
Litton Das 14 *, Imrul Kayes 12
Bangladesh needs 295 runs.