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Zimbabwe stun Pakistan to level ODI series at 1-1 HARARE: Shoaib Malik's brilliant fightback was foiled by bad light as Zimbabwe beat Pakistan by five runs on the Duckworth-Lewis method in a drama-filled second one-day international at Harare Sports Club on Saturday.Malik was left stranded on 96 not out having hauled Pakistan from 76 for six to 256 for eight chasing 277 for victory when the umpires took the players off the field with two overs remaining.The game had earlier been delayed by a brief rain shower, but the decision left the 33-year-old batsman furious as he was denied the opportunity to carry his team across the line.The result left the three-match series level ahead of Monday's tour finale, and although Zimbabwe were breathing a sigh of relief after nearly letting the game slip, their victory represented a remarkable turnaround.Under pressure after being rolled for 128 in an embarrassing defeat on Thursday, the home batsmen showed their capabilities in ...

Moin Khan Warns Pakistan against Zimbabwe Former Pakistan captain and ex-chief selector Moin Khan has warned Pakistan team against Zimbabwe to have an ability to bounce back in the second ODI. As per reports, Moin was quick to point out that the future looks bright for Pakistan after the emergence of several promising youngsters. According to local media report Moin khan said, “On the basis of performances in the last two series, things are definitely heading in the right direction for ...
Zimbabwe bat first against Pakistan HARARE: Offspinner Bilal Asif made his international debut as Pakistan's selectors used the second one-day international against Zimbabwe on Saturday to take stock ahead of their upcoming matches against England.Asif was not originally included in Pakistan's ODI squad for the three-match series against Zimbabwe, but was added when Test captain Misbah-ul-Haq suggested that the offspinner could be useful against an England side with five left-handers.Pakistan will host England for three Test matches in the United ...
Australia's Lindsay Kline dies aged 81 SYDNEY: Former Australian Test player Lindsay Kline has died aged 81, Cricket Australia said of the man best remembered for facing the last ball of the first tied Test match.Slow, left-arm spinner Kline, who took part in 13 Tests between 1957 and 1961, played 88 first-class matches in which he took 276 wickets at 27.39. He died on Friday, Australia's cricketing authority said.In the Brisbane Test of the famous 1960-61 series against the West Indies, ...
Inzamam joins Afghanistan Former Pakistan captain Inzamam ul Haq has joined to become temporary coach of the Afghanistan cricket team.According to media reports, Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB), which had roped in former Pakistan players such as Kabir Khan and Rashid Latif for the coaching role in the past, was eager to acquire Inzamam's services since the last two years.Inzamam said, "I have accepted the role of Afghanistan team coach only for the tour of Zimbabwe. It will be ...
Ton-up Sharma, Kohli lift India to 199-5 DHARAMSALA: Rohit Sharma smashed 106 off 66 balls as India piled up 199-5 after being sent in to bat by South Africa in the first Twenty20 international in Dharamsala on Friday.Virat Kohli hit a 27-ball 43 and skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni finished the innings with a six as the hosts waded into the Proteas attack in front of a sell-out crowd of 23,000 at the picturesque venue.Sharma plundered 12 boundaries and five sixes in his ...
South Africa opt to bowl against India in T20 DHARAMSALA: South Africa's captain Faf du Plessis won the toss and sent India in to bat in the first Twenty20 international in Dharamsala on Friday.The tourists picked four fast bowlers and one specialist spinner in Imran Tahir on a greenish pitch at the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association ground that is expected to assist seam movement.Sreenath Aravind, a 31-year-old left-arm seamer from Karnataka, will make his international debut for India to partner new-ball bowlers Bhuvneshwar Kumar ...


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