After slumping to 67-6 off 13 overs in the third and remaining match, Burl and Jongwe smashed eight sixes and 6 fours between them off 31 balls to supply hope to the hosts.
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Both Jongwe (54) and Burl (35) had been dismissed throughout the penultimate over as they seemed to hammer medium-pacer Hasan Mahmud over the ropes.
Zimbabwe completed their 20 overs on 156-8 and, in a tense end at Harare Sports Club, restricted Bangladesh to 146-8 for a 2-1 series triumph.
A 17-run victory for Zimbabwe final Saturday was adopted sooner or later later by a seven-wicket win for the vacationers.
The Zimbabwe whole was achieved regardless of dropping their common high scorer, Pakistan-born Sikandar Raza, for a golden duck.
Mahmud and Mehidy Hasan had been the choose of the Bangladesh bowlers, each ending with an identical figures of 2-28 off 4 overs.
Always barely behind the required run charge, Bangladesh reached 131-6 off 18 overs, leaving them requiring 26 runs to grab victory in the match and the series.
Victor Nyauchi, one of three modifications to the Zimbabwe crew convincingly crushed on Sunday, restricted Bangladesh to seven runs in the penultimate over.
Needing 19 off the ultimate over, Jongwe held his nerve with the ball to safe the win for Zimbabwe. Afif Hossain completed as Bangladesh’s main scorer with an unbeaten 39 off 27 deliveries.
Nyauchi took three wickets and Brad Evans, one other change after the second T20 loss, claimed two for Zimbabwe, who’ve gained seven of eight matches in the shortest format because the starting of July.
The change in fortunes after 3-0 T20 and one-day worldwide whitewashes at house to Afghanistan coincided with the appointment of former star Dave Houghton as nationwide coach.
Bangladesh had been with out captain and wicketkeeper Nurul Hasan because of a finger damage, which has additionally dominated him out of a 3-match ODI series starting in Harare on Friday.