Pakistan beat Zimbabwe by 4-0 series ahead
In the Queens Sports Club, Pakistan defeated Zimbabwe by 244 runs in the fourth ODI. This is Pakistan’s 4 consecutive wins. Pakistan won the toss and decided to bat first and the decision was successful for Pakistan too. On behalf of Pakistan, Imam-ul-Haq scored 113 runs in 122 balls, which included eight titles. After the dismissal of Imam-ul-Haq on the last ball of 42 overs, Asaf Ali and Fakhar Jamman pushed the innings forward. Ali scored 50 runs in 22 balls and Zaman scored 210 runs in 156 balls for Pakistan, which included 24 chokes and five sixes. Fever, who made two centuries from Pakistan, became the first batsman. Pakistan made a big score of 400 runs against Zimbabwe. After making a double century, he brought his team to a score of 399, losing only one wicket. Fakhar and Imam-ul-Haq broke a very old record of Sohail and Inzamam-ul-Haq. Pakistan’s ODI Cricket is the biggest partnership for any wicket in any wicket. Sohail and Inzamam-ul-Haq shared a 263-run partnership. With this, Fakhar also broke the record of Rohit Sharma. Rohit’s name was 209 in a match, now that Fakhar Zaman has scored 210 runs Zimbabwe opener chasing 400 runs cannot live long. Hamilton Masakaja scored 22 runs in 24 balls, which included two fours and two sixes. Peter Moore contributed runs by chasing 44 balls. Hamilton Masakaja scored 22 runs in 24 balls, which included two fours and two sixes. Donald Teripano and Elton Chigumbura scored the highest score from Zimbabwe. Tiripano scored 44runs in 71 balls and Elton scored 37 runs in 69 balls, which proved to be very less for the team.
On behalf of Pakistan, Usman Khan took one wicket for 22 runs, Junaid Khan took two wickets for 21 runs, and Faheem Ashraf took two wickets for 16 runs. Shadab Khan took 4 wickets for 28 runs from Pakistan. With this victory, Pakistan is moving forward from 4-0. The last match will be on Sunday at 12:45.
Zimbabwe (Playing XI): Tinshe Kamunukhamwe, Tarsi Musakanda, Hamilton Masakadza (Captain), Peter Moore, Elton Chigumbura, Ryan Murray (Wicketkeeper), Donald Tiripano, Tendai Chisoro, Wellington Masakaja, Blessing Jajbani, Richard Nagarov
Pakistan (Playing XI): Imam-ul-Haq, Fakhar Zaman, Babar Azam, Shoaib Malik, Asif Ali, Sarfaraz Ahmed (wicketkeeper/captain), Fahim Ashraf, Shadab Khan, Yasir Shah, Junaid Khan, Usman Khan