The seasoned all-rounder of Zimbabwe, Elton Chigumbura, led them from the front with an unbeaten aggressive match winning fifty vs. the United Arab Emirates.
Paul Stirling led the composed Irish team with a superb fifty and their bowlers did well in a crunchy game vs. Zimbabwe who lost the match on the final ball.
The dreadful bowling of Pakistan came into its own in the 2nd innings of Zimbabwe who had no answer to the lethal spell of the rival bowlers and lost the game.
The old war horse of Pakistan, Younis Khan, plundered unbeaten double hundred and enhanced the chances of victory for his team vs. the hosts Zimbabwe.
Younis Khan and Misbah-ul-Haq fought well as the top order batsmen of Pakistan crumbled again in their 2nd innings against the fiery spell of Zimbabwe bowlers.
The middle order batsmen of Zimbabwe led by Malcolm Waller along with Sikandar Raza and a few more toyed with the bowling of Pakistan in the first innings.
Ahmed Shehzad blasted 98 runs by crushing the bowling of Zimbabwe and Mohammad Hafeez led from the front with his all round performance as Pakistan won easily.
The strong Indian side, led by Amit Mishra, Suresh Raina and Rohit Sharma, swallowed the minnows Zimbabwe while beating the hosts all ends up in the 4th ODI.
The Indian skipper, Virat Kohli, made things easy for his team by hammering a smooth ton as Ambati Rayudu assisted him well vs. Zimbabwe who lost the first ODI.
The charged Zimbabwe team led by the sterling performance of Sean Williams and Elton Chigambura, clinched the 2nd ODI vs. Bangladesh and levelled the series.