The ecstasy of beating former champions Pakistan on Thursday was adopted by the agony of shedding Sunday’s Tremendous 12 match in opposition to Bangladesh regardless of Williams’ gallant innings of 64.
It was a chaotic end on the Gabba, the place Zimbabwe wanted 5 runs off the final ball from off-spinner Mosaddek Hossain.
Blessing Muzarabani was first dismissed for being stumped however was then recalled after replays confirmed Bangladesh wicketkeeper Nurul Hasan had gathered the ball in entrance of the stumps and never behind.
Muzarabani took strike once more however couldn’t join with the free-hit supply and Bangladesh clinched the see-saw Group 2 contest by three runs.
“It was extraordinarily bizarre,” Williams informed a information convention after the consequence dealt a blow to their hopes of creating the semi-finals.
“Clearly I’ve by no means skilled one thing like that in a cricket match earlier than, however once more it simply goes to point out in a T20 recreation there’s at all times just a little little bit of hope – something can occur.”
The stumps had been pulled and Bangladesh gamers have been already celebrating once they have been recalled.
“The primary time I realised that there was a no-ball was truly once we have been strolling out to shake the umpire’s palms they usually informed us to cease and the replay got here on the massive display screen,” Williams mentioned.
Zimbabwe, who had their match in opposition to South Africa washed out, face the Netherlands and India of their remaining group matches.
Williams mentioned it had been an eventful marketing campaign for them to date, together with on Sunday.
“It is an emotional rollercoaster all through from the primary ball to the final ball. Quite a bit occurs and there’s plenty of ups and downs and happiness and disappointment all through all of that.
“Clearly we’re sad nevertheless it’s an perspective for us that we have got to take the optimistic from right this moment and transfer into tomorrow with that.”