Bangladesh are trailing by 240 runs at lunch of the second day of their one-off Test against Zimbabwe at Mirpur.
Zimbabwe were bowled out for 265 in the morning session and Bangladesh managed to score 25-1 by the end of the session.
Zimbabwe started the day on 228-6 but Abu Jayed Rahi and Taijul Islam swept their lower order to see them bowled out after scoring 37 runs in the session. Rahi and Nayeem Hasan picked up four wickets each with Taijul picking up the remaining two.
In their first innings, Bangladesh started hastily as Tamim Iqbal and Saif Hassan scored 18 runs within the first three overs. But Victor Nyauchi struck in the fourth over as Saif nicked a wide delivery to get caught by the wicket-keeper Regis Chakabva.
Tamim and Nazmul Hossain Shanto then saw the remaining overs off as Bangladesh ended the session on 25-1.