Zimbabwe won the toss in the match in Harare on Sunday and invited Pakistan to bat first. Due to the proud batsman and Asif Ali’s excellent batting, Pakistan made 182 in the 20 overs in the reply that Zimbabwe’s entire team made 108 runs in 17.5 overs.
Pakistan’s Mohammad Hafeez and Fakhar Zaman started the innings, but the Openers could not provide the good start to the team, and Hafeez’s Grey could only score only seven runs in the first innings 13.
Then Hussein Talal came on for cricket but he could not bat for too long and scored 10 runs on the 44-run overall score. On the other hand opener, Fakhar Zaman was a bat with responsibility and captain Talat came after Sarfraz Ahmed came to bat and made an easy catch by 16 runs. After that, Shoaib Malik and Fakhar Zaman scored 120 for the first time.
After being proud, after coming out to bat, Asif Ali, who made a batsman, scored 41 runs with 21 balls for four balls and Shoaib Malik was dismissed. Shoaib Malik scored 37 runs in 24 balls.
Zimbabwe’s start was not good. Pakistan got the first success in the first over when Chabhabha was not run without any runs in the pro ball. Zimbabwe’s second wicket fell on 22 for the first time when Maqaqaz made seven runs and went on to bat the Hasan.
Meyer attempted to strengthen the position of the team and took up with Mukunda to score 53 runs but made it out on Nawaz’s 27-Individual score. The fourth success of Pakistan was Shadab when he bowled Moore to two runs.
Chagombrera could not compete with Pakistani bowlers and made 14 runs and bowled on Hasan’s ball. Zimbabwe lost the overall score of 102 runs. Mukkada played an aggressive game and scored 43 runs in 35 balls. The shooter got out of it.
Usman chased out only one run to Chasseurs. After Chaseuro’s outfit, Reyn soon scored nine runs. Zimbabwe’s ninth outfits were masculine, who bowled on Mohammad Hafeez‘s ball without any run. Zimbabwe’s final player Jeres Bucket did not come to bat.
The idea is to play three T20 series in Zimbabwe from July 1, which includes Australia besides Zimbabwe. In the three-match series, in fact, Pakistan’s true competition is from Australia. Both of them are currently the two ICC World Rankings teams.
Pakistan is the first ranked global rankings with 131 points but Australia is not far from it and only five points are keeping it away from Pakistan.