Pakistan vs Zimbabwe 3rd ODI Highlights – 05 Oct 2015

Pakistan vs Zimbabwe 3rd ODI Highlights – 05 Oct 2015


Pakistan vs Zimbabwe Highlights: Watch Pakistan vs Zimbabwe 3rd ODI Highlights played on 5th October 2015. Pak vs Zim 3rd ODI Highlights at Harare. Watch PAK vs ZIM Cricket Highlights on Monday.

Cricket Series: Pakistan vs Zimbabwe 2015

Team Squad:

Pakistan Squad: (possible): 1 Azhar Ali (capt), 2 Ahmed Shehzad, 3 Mohammad Hafeez, 4 Shoaib Malik, 5 Sarfraz Ahmed (wk), 6 Mohammad Rizwan, 7 Imad Wasim, 8 Aamer Yamin, 9 Yasir Shah, 10 Wahab Riaz, 11 Mohammad Irfan.

Zimbabwe Squad: (possible): 1 Chamu Chibhabha, 2 Hamilton Masakadza, 3 Brian Chari, 4 Sean Williams, 5 Elton Chigumbura (capt), 6 Sikandar Raza, 7 Richmond Mutumbami (wk), 8 Tino Mutombodzi, 9 Luke Jongwe, 10 Tinashe Panyangara, 11 John Nyumbu.

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Pakistan secured a 2-1 series win against Zimbabwe after and impressive 7 wickets win at Harare on Monday.

Sarfraz Ahmed won the toss for Pakistan, and elected to field first. Zimbabwe took full opportunity with the bat, putting on an opening stand of 89 before Chibhabha was dismissed with his score on 48 off 76 balls. Mutumbami went on to top score for Zimbabwe with a well-constructed 67 off 85 balls. Despite the good start, Zimbabwe was not able to capitalize on the foundation set by the openers, as they were bundled out for a mere 161 after 39 overs. The last 8 wickets fell for just 72 runs. Bilal Asif was the chief destroyer for Pakistan, ending with excellent figures of 5/25 from his 10 overs spell. He was well supported by Imad Wasim, who had figures of 3/36 from 8 overs.

Ahmed Shehzad and Bilal Asif got Pakistan off to the perfect start, with a composed 58 runs opening partnership. Asif was the first wicket to fall for Pakistan when he was caught by Mutombodzi off the bowling of Nyumbu with his score on 38 off 39 balls. Hafeez fell soon after for a quick-fire 13. Shehad did a good job to keep his wicket intact, scoring 32 at a strike rate of just 52.45, but this was good enough given the situation of the game. Asad Shafiq and Shoiab Malik were good enough to see Pakistan over the line, striking the winning runs after 34 overs. Shafiq ended on 38 not out while Malik made 34 not out off just 28 balls. Bilal Asif was given the man of the match prize, while Malik was announced as the man of the series, after a string of good performances from the veteran.