19 August 2011
Bangladesh finally managed to end their losing streak in Zimbabwe by winning the 4th ODI by 6 wickets with 80 balls to spare. This was a remarkable comeback for the tourists who have already lost the ODI series and managed to lose the one off Test in this forgettable series. Bangladesh invited Zimbabwe to bat after winning the toss on a placid batting track. Zimbabwe looked well placed to get around 250-260 mark, but Rubel Hossain inspired collapse restricted Zimbabwe to 199 all out despite the classy ton from captain Brendan Taylor. Rubel bagged 4 wickets in his last spell conceding only 31 runs. Bangladesh started the chase in aggressive style as they reached 50 inside 5 overs. Departure of Tamim Iqbal for 61 runs from 53 deliveries followed by couple of quick wickets threatened to derail the chase but Shakib Al Hasan and young Suvagoto Hom shared an unbeaten 74 run partnership to secure victory with more than 13 overs to spare.