23rd November 2014
An opening partnership of 158 between Tamim Iqbal and Anamul Haque laid the platform for Bangladesh to beat Zimbabwe by 68 runs and move 2-0 ahead in the five-match one-day international series.
21st November 2014
Shakib Al Hasan’s first format hundred in more than four years and his quartet of scalps gave Mashrafe Mortaza a winning start to his stint as Bangladesh one-day international captain and broke a 13-game hoodoo.
16th November 2014
Bangladesh completed a series whitewash over Zimbabwe thanks to a thumping 186-run victory with time to spare in the third Test at Chittagong.
14th November 2014
Bangladesh took command of the third and final Test against Zimbabwe after bowling the visitors out and then taking a lead of 152 in Chittagong.
13th November 2014
Zimbabwe fought back well on the second day of the final Test against Bangladesh in Chittagong following a chastening opening day in the field.
12th November 2014
Bangladesh were immediately on course for their first-ever 3-0 series sweep thanks to centuries from openers Tamim Iqbal and Imrul Kayes on the opening day of the third Test against Zimbabwe.
7th November 2014
Shakib Al Hasan claimed match figures of 10-124 as Bangladesh secured a 162-run win over Zimbabwe in Khulna to clinch the three-Test series with a game to spare.
5th November 2014
Hamilton Masakadza batted all day for his fourth Test ton and highest format score to put Zimbabwe in contention for a first-innings lead in the second game with Bangladesh.
4th November 2014
Tamim Iqbal and Shakib Al Hasan converted Bangladesh’s previous crawl into a position of strength with centuries on day two versus Zimbabwe in Khulna.