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Some Interesting Facts:
Pakistan T20 Ranking: 1st Position
Zimbabwe T20 Ranking: 12th Position
Head to Head in T20 : 9
Pakistan Won: 9
Zimbabwe Won: 0
Pak Vs Zim 1st T20 Highlights Video Where: Venue: Harare Sports Club, Harare When: 01-Jul-2018 Series: Australia and Pakistan in Zimbabwe T20I Tri-Series, 2018 So Watch Free Today Pakistan Vs Zimbabwe 1st T20 Highlights Video. We Provide HD Cricket Highlights This Is The 1st Match This Tri Series. Pakistan Is Number One T20 Team Now, But Zimbabwe Have This Chance That They Have Home Venue, So We Dont know This Match Whats Going on
- Series: Australia and Pakistan in Zimbabwe T20I Tri-Series, 2018
- Match: 1st T20
- Teams: Pakistan vs Zimbabwe
- Time: 10:00 AM LOCAL 01:00 PM PST
- Date: Sunday 1st July, 2018
- Venue: Harare Sports Club, Harare
Pakistan Team/playing XI:
Fakhar Zaman, Shoaib Malik, Hasan Ali, Hussain Talat, Sarfraz Ahmed (C & WK), Shadab Khan, Mohammad Hafeez, Asif Ali, Mohammad Nawaz, Faheem Ashraf, Mohammad Amir.
Zimbabwe Team/playing XI:
Elton Chigumbura, Solomon Mire, Hamilton Masakadza (C), Kyle Jarvis, Blessing Muzarabani, Chris Mpofu, Malcolm Waller, Cephas Zhuwao, Peter Moor (Wk), Ryan Burl, Wellington Masakadza.
That is that. Pakistan, the No.1 T20I side, have brushed off the depleted hosts. Kyle Jarvis, who had injured his bowling hand in the first innings, will not bat. The injury occured in the 14th over of the innings, when Fakhar Zaman hoicked a delivery from Ryan Burl into the leg side. Sprinting around the boundary from wide long-on, Jarvis dived to his right attempting to hold onto a low catch. The difficult chance was spilled, and it was immediately apparent that Jarvis had suffered an injury when he collapsed in pain and signalled to the team physio, who rushed onto the field. Jarvis was taken to hospital and X-rayed for a suspected broken bone in his right thumb. Mind you, Zimbabwe are already without five frontline players, including Cremer and Raza.
Musakanda, the debutant, provided the lone source of resistance for Zimbabwe in the chase with an eye-catching 43. The inexperienced batting line-up has plenty of work to do if they are to even compete in this tri-series against Pakistan and Australia. All the Pakistan bowlers had a good workout under the Harare sun. Do stick around for the presentations
Hamilton Masakadza, Zimbabwe captain: Only bright point was winning the toss. They had a good Powerplay and put us under pressure. Yeah, I thought we have them 20 runs extra. They guys filled in okay but we lost our way a bit the middle period.
Sarfraz Ahmed, Pakistan captain: First of all thanks to almighty Allah. The way Zaman, Asif, and Malik did the job for us…It looked like a good batting pitch. The ball did not come on in the first innings, but in the second it came on nicely. Credit goes to the bowlers, especially Usman and Nawaz. Plenty of cricket to be played in the series. Hopefully, we will do well.
Asif Ali is the Player of the Match
Outkast: “Poor Zimbabwe! Well done Pakistan! I agree with you @Thabani. Zimbabwe really don’t have much of a choice now but to blood in the youngsters. Mire, Hami and Chigumbura are seniors, but together they simply have to contribute at least 5 overs with the ball: Murray(wk), Kamunhukamwe, Chari, Hami(c), Musakanda, Chigumbura, Mire, Chisoro, Jarvis, Magarira, Muzarabani”
That’s a wrap of this game. Many thanks for your warm company and comments. Looking forward to your company tomorrow as well. Until then, this is Deivarayan Muthu signing off on the behalf of Thilak Ram. Cheers