Bangladesh veteran Shakib Al Hasan was involved in another argument with the umpires in a Bangladesh Premier League game. This time, over one of his team's openers being denied the strike.
Bangladesh has witnessed an upward curve in their performance in recent times, reaching the quarterfinals of the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand in March. They then whitewashed sub-continental rivals Pakistan in a three-match One-Day International (ODI) series and also won the only Twenty20 International.
Imrul Kayes has played 53 ODIs in which he has scored 1,390 runs with one century and 10 half-centuries. His last one-day international was against Zimbabwe in November 2014.
Bangladesh registered their biggest win by margin against Zimbabwe, eclipsing a 121-run victory in 2013 at Bulawayo.
Anamul made 80 off 110 balls while Tamim cracked 76 off 98 balls as Bangladesh posted 251-7 before dismissing Zimbabwe for 183 runs in 44.5 overs to take 2-0 lead in the five-match series.
With five fours and six sixes off 70 balls, Kieron Pollard added a critical 145 off 132 deliveries with fellow Trinidadian Denesh Ramdin after West Indies had slumped to 34-5 in reply to Bangladesh's 217/9.
Bangladesh, chasing a rain-revised target of 183 off 27 overs, won the day-night match with six balls to spare.
Bangladesh romped home to their biggest ever ODI victory as they beat West Indies by 160 runs in Khulna on Sunday.