The second Test between Pakistan and Zimbabwe remains impossible to call heading into the final day. The home side require five wickets as their bowlers led a fightback after they had collapsed in their second innings.
It was expected that Pakistan would bat for a large proportion of the third day in Harare and steadily build a lead over the home side. However, Brian Vitori took five wickets as they lost their last seven wickets for 48 runs.
Younus Khan edges his Pakistan team-mate Saeed Ajmal out to earn the award. His unbeaten 200 in the first Test against a resilient Zimbabwe finally helped his side take control after an evenly-matched first three days in Harare.
Zimbabwe's capitulation on a last-day pitch against Pakistan's spin pairing of Saeed Ajmal and Abdur Rehman perhaps had a touch of inevitability about it, but they would still have hoped to have made a bit more of a fight of it than they did.