New Delhi: Zimbabwe leveled the three-match Test series 1-1 against Bangladesh by registering a 23-run win in the second T20 International. But there was a moment in this match which is being discussed more than this match. A video of this moment is becoming fiercely viral on social media.
Did the ghost come on the field?
In fact, when Zimbabwe’s team came to bat in the second innings of this match, something happened that scared everyone. In fact, during Zimbabwe’s batting, there came a time when the bails fell on their own from the top of the wicket. This decision also went to the third umpire, who later said that the bails had fallen due to the wind, but people believe that the ghost had come on the field.
— Sikandar Bakht (@ImSikandarB) July 23, 2021
There must be a ghost on the cricket field
— Tyrelle Audain #BlackLivesMatter (@tjaudain360) July 23, 2021
Bhutto Jani is that you…
— Oye_foujiYaaa (@OFouji) July 23, 2021
Zimbabwe won the match
In this match, Zimbabwe, batting first after winning the toss, scored 166 for six and then dismissed Bangladesh for 143 runs in 19.5 overs to level the series 1-1. The third and deciding match will be played at this ground on Sunday. Bangladesh defeated Zimbabwe by 220 runs in the only Test match and then won the ODI series 3–0.
Zimbabwe opener Wesley Medever scored 73 runs off 57 balls with the help of five fours and three sixes, while batsman No. 6 Ryan Burle made an unbeaten 34 off 19 balls. For Bangladesh, left-arm fast bowler Shoriful Islam took three wickets for 33 runs.
Zimbabwean fast bowler Blessing Mujarabani (2 for 21) gave Bangladesh shocks from the start. Even after this, wickets kept falling. Only Afif Hussain (24) and Shamim Hussain (29) could contribute. Left-arm spinner Wellington Masakadza took three wickets for 20 runs in the best performance of his career. Fast bowler Luke Jongwe also took three wickets.