Bangladesh levelled the series to 1-1 after beating Zimbabwe by 7 wickets Saturday at Harare sports club.
The visitors chased down 135 runs with relative ease.
Zimbabwe won the toss and elected to bat on a relatively slow wicket. The host never got going batting-wise with Regis Chakabva perishing for a Golden Duck of the first ball of the innings.
Bangladesh’s off-spinner Mosaddek Hossain was in inspiring form with the ball ripping the Zimbabwe top order into shreds picking 5 wickets for 20 runs with an economy rate of 5.00.
Hossain was rightful named man of the match.
The only meaningful runs from Chevrons came in the form of the 5th wicket partnership of Sikandar Raza and Ryan Burl which scored 80 runs.
Raza top scored with 62 runs of 53 balls as Zimbabwe were about 30/40 runs shy of a competitive total.
The series will now go to the wire with the decider being played on Tuesday 2 August at 1pm at Harare sports club.