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.
The visiting Pakistani squad well led by their skipper, Misbah-ul-Haq, assisted by Ahmed Shehzad and the bowlers let down the hosts Zimbabwe in the final ODI.
A dashing hundred from the top order batsman, Mohammed Hafeez, followed by a lethal fast bowling by Junaid Khan put Pakistan on top vs. the hosts Zimbabwe.
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 visiting Bangladesh got a tight grip on the second Test by amassing commendable runs on board followed by grabbing four top wickets of the hosts Zimbabwe.
Brendan Taylor plundered tons in the consecutive innings of the first Test as Zimbabwe humiliated Bangladesh by a huge margin on the fourth day of the 1st Test.
Lendl Simmons tore apart the ordinary looking bowling attack of Zimbabwe with the assistance of Johnson Charles and Dwayne Bravo as the Windies won the match.
The Caribbean batsmen led by centuries from Johnson Charles and Darren Bravo spoiled the Zimbabwe bowling as the hosts clinched the first ODI easily.