"We are still in a must-win situation when we go into the last game. So the job is only half-done."
He, however, expressed happiness over his team's performance in the match and said that they were now riding high on confidence to clinch the 5th ODI against the Zimbabwe at the same venue on Monday.
"I thought that we fought back in the series is isca bit of a rarity in our cricket. We got a few things wrong in the previous matches but we have had a much better show today," he said.
He singled out left-arm spinners Manzarul Islam and Mohammad Rafique for special attention who turned dramatically turned things round sharing eight wickets between them.
"There is no doubt about the ability of Rafique, but Manzarul really surprised us with his brilliant performance," he said.