Bangladesh Square Series

Hasan cracked 65 from 79 deliveries and shared a 72-run stand with Siddique (53) as Bangladesh squared their five-match series with Zimbabwe at 1-1.
Sent in to bat by Bangladeshi skipper Shakib Al Hasan, Zimbabwe struggled at the crease and posted 191 from 46.2 overs.
Craig Ervine top-scored with 42 not out for the visitors, while Prosper Utseya chipped in with 32 from 27 deliveries, including three boundaries and a six.
Left-arm orthodox spinner Abdur Razzak mopped up the tail and finished with figures of 5-30, which included his hat-trick.
Razzak claimed Utseya’s wicket with the last delivery of his ninth over before trapping Raymond Price and Christopher Mpofu leg-before with the first two balls of his 10th.
His efforts saw him become just the second Bangladeshi bowler to claim an ODI hat-trick after paceman Shahadat Hossain.
He was ably assisted, though, by Al Hasan,, who did the damage early on in Zimbabwe’s innings with 4-39.
In reply, Bangladesh lost opener Imrul Kayes (10) early but benefited from valuable contributions by Tamim Iqbal (44), Siddique and Hasan to clinch the match with 10 overs to spare.
Ray Price was the pick of the Zimbabwean bowlers with 2-41, while Chris Mpofu and Keith Dabengwa picked up a wicket apiece.
At the Pallekele International Stadium, meanwhile, rain has washed out the third day’s play in the third and last Test between Sri Lanka and the West Indies.
An unbeaten half-century from former Queenslander Brendan Nash had helped the West Indies to 5-244 in their first innings at stumps on day two as the tourists look to claim the series, which is currently tied at 0-0 after two rain-hit drawn Tests in Colombo and Galle.