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Port Elizabeth, South Africa, April 12: Bangladesh lost the second and final test against the Proteas by a huge margin of 332 runs as South Africa's Keshav Maharaj took seven wickets to bowl out the visitors for just 80 runs in the second innings. As a result, South Africa have completed the a 2-0 sweep in the two-match Test series against Bangladesh.
Port Elizabeth, South Africa, April 11: The Port Elizabeth Test is a reflection of the Durban Test. However, the first match of the two-match series was still fought for four days and the Bangladesh team was able to win in five days. In the last match of the series, his hopes are very low. Mominul Haque's team ended the third day's play today (Sunday) with the fear of a big loss.
Bangladesh fights back with two late wickets after Elgar, Bavuma's fifties take South Africa to 278/5
Port Elizabeth, South Africa, April 9: After the opening day's play of the second and final Test match of the two-match series, South Africa have scored 278 for the loss of five wickets. Three South African batsmen, Dean Elgar, Keegan Petersen and Bavuma, scored half-centuries at St. George's Park in Port Elizabeth.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, March 25: Shakib Al Hasan has returned to the country without playing the Test series in South Africa due to illness of his family members.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, March 22: Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) Cricket Operations Committee Chairman Jalal Yunus was quoted as saying that Shakib Al-Hasan was returning to the country considering the health conditions of his family members. But the management of Bangladesh team from South Africa has given different news.
Centurion, South Africa, March 19: Beating Proteas by 38 runs, Bangladesh picked up their historic first-ever victory on the South African soil.