After the only Test defeat against Bangladesh, Zimbabwe lost in the first match of the ODI series. Opener Litton Das scored the match and scored a brilliant century for Bangladesh. Bangladesh were 276 for nine in 50 overs with Litton scoring 102 off 114 balls with the help of eight fours. In response, the Zimbabwe team were reduced to 121 in 28.5 overs. Litton may have won everyone’s praise by scoring a century, but everyone’s eyes were focused on Zimbabwean fast bowler Richard Ngarwa.
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Immediately after batsman Mosdek Hossein got his wicket during the innings in Nagpur Bangladesh, he started calling for one of his toes. This time he also dialed the number on the shoe. As he celebrates taking a wicket, it has taken a while for this video to go viral on social media. In this match, he took two big wickets for 61 runs in his 10 overs quota. He sent Liton Das to the pavilion to score a century.
In the match, other than Litton, experienced all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan took five wickets for 30 runs. After winning the match, Bangladesh took a 1-0 lead in the three-match ODI series. It was the 200th match for Zimbabwe captain Brendan Taylor, but he suffered a crushing defeat. Zimbabwean wicketkeeper Regis Chakabwa scored 54 runs. Zimbabwe lost their last five wickets and added just 16 runs. Litton received the Player of the Match award for his century.
“I was jealous of him,” the former Sri Lankan cricketer said