YLHET: Zimbabwe thumped Bangladesh by 151 runs in a northeastern city of Sylhet on Tuesday to explain their initial Test win in 5 years.
Debutant spinner Brendon Mavuta claimed 4-21 while Sikandar Raza grabbed 3-41 as a visitors bowled out Bangladesh for 169 in a second innings on a fourth day.
Imrul Kayes strike 43 runs for Bangladesh, top-scoring for a hosts as Zimbabwe take a 1-0 lead in a two-Test series.
Bangladesh done 143 runs in a initial innings in response to Zimbabwe’s 282.
The visitors were afterwards bowled out for 181 runs in a second innings, environment adult a 321-run aim for a home side.
The second Test will be hold in Dhaka from Nov 11-15.–AFP