In pics: Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh, 2nd Test, day two

Updated: February 28, 2015, 3:11 PM IST
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  • Sohag Gazi, more known for his bowling exploits, made a crucial 21 towards the end of the visitors' innings. (AP Photo)

    Sohag Gazi, more known for his bowling exploits, made a crucial 21 towards the end of the visitors' innings. (AP Photo)

  • Nasir Hossain added 40 more runs to his overnight score of 37. Bangladesh, resuming day two on 300 for 6, were eventually bowled out for 391 in their first innings. (AP Photo)

    Nasir Hossain added 40 more runs to his overnight score of 37. Bangladesh, resuming day two on 300 for 6, were eventually bowled out for 391 in their first innings. (AP Photo)

  • Zimbabwe got off to a bad start losing four wickets for just 97 runs. Here Brendon Taylor goes back to the pavilion after scoring 36 off 104 balls. (AP Photo)

    Zimbabwe got off to a bad start losing four wickets for just 97 runs. Here Brendon Taylor goes back to the pavilion after scoring 36 off 104 balls. (AP Photo)

  • Elton Chigumbura joined Malcolm Waller at 97 for 4 and changed the complexion of the Zimbabwe innings with an unbeaten 45 off 49 balls. (AP Photo)

    Elton Chigumbura joined Malcolm Waller at 97 for 4 and changed the complexion of the Zimbabwe innings with an unbeaten 45 off 49 balls. (AP Photo)

  • Waller (30 not out off 112 balls) was as stubborn as they come. He played second fiddle to Chigumbura in an unbeaten 61-run stand as the hosts closed day two on 158 for 4, still trailing Bangladesh by 233 runs. (AP Photo)

    Waller (30 not out off 112 balls) was as stubborn as they come. He played second fiddle to Chigumbura in an unbeaten 61-run stand as the hosts closed day two on 158 for 4, still trailing Bangladesh by 233 runs. (AP Photo)

First Published: April 26, 2013, 9:15 PM IST
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