Second one-day international, Mirpur:
Bangladesh 194-4 beat Zimbabwe 191 by six wickets
Razzak was Bangladesh's star player on Friday
Abdur Razzak (5-30) took a hat-trick to set up a six-wicket victory for Bangladesh in the second one-day international against Zimbabwe.
With Zimbabwe's 191 all out easily overhauled in Mirpur in 39.4 overs, the five-match series is 1-1 after the first two contests.
Spinner Razzak backed up captain Shakib Al Hasan's 4-39 as the Zimbabwe innings lasted 46.2 overs.
Bangladesh got home with more than 10 overs left, Raqibul Hasan making 65.
Junaid Siddique (53 from 83) and Tamim Iqbal (44 from 48) also put in good performances after the batsmen's jobs had been made much easier by Bangladesh's two slow left-armers.
The first victim in Razzak's hat-trick was Prosper Utseya (32), who came down the track and hoisted a catch into the deep to the last ball of the 45th over.
Razzak then had Ray Price lbw before last man Christopher Mpofu was also trapped in front.
Craig Ervine top-scored for Zimbabwe with 42 not out before Price returned 2-41 with the ball.