Bon vs. Jim: Brandon Taylor lost wicket in second ODI match, video goes viral on social media

Bangladesh defeated Zimbabwe by 3 wickets in the second match of the three-match ODI series. With this win Bangladesh took a 2-0 lead in the series. Batting first, Zimbabwe scored 240 for 9. Wesley Madhavere (56) and captain Brandon Taylor scored 46 runs. Taylor, who was in good rhythm during his innings, lost wickets in a strange fashion. After playing the shot, Taylor pulled the bat back and hit the bat on the stump. This unique video of a Zimbabwean hero coming out is becoming quite viral on social media.

In fact, the incident occurred during the 25th innings of Zimbabwe when Brandon Taylor missed the cut of Bangladesh fast bowler Shuriful Islam. After the ball went off, Taylor pulled the bat back and hit the bat on the stump while practicing the shot. Following the request of Bangladeshi players, the on-field umpire sent the decision to the third umpire who declared Taylor a hit wicket. This is not the first time a batsman has been dismissed in cricket, as Australia’s greatest batsman, Mark Waugh, lost his wicket in a Test against South Africa in 1998.

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Bangladesh reached the target of 241 runs with 5 balls remaining from Zimbabwe. For the team, Shakib Al Hasan played an unbeaten innings and scored an unbeaten innings of 96 runs for the team. No batsman other than Shakib could do anything special for Bangladesh in this match. Earlier, Bangladesh all-rounder took two wickets for just 42 runs in 10 overs. Bangladesh defeated Zimbabwe by 155 runs in the first ODI.

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