Craig Ervine hit a sublime unbeaten hundred while Sikandar Raza picked a three-wicket haul as Zimbabwe overhauled Ireland by five wickets in the second One-Day International in Harare to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series.
A win over Zimbabwe, a clean sweep for the women's side, but Bilal Asif being reported for a suspected illegal bowling action means it hasn't been all good news for Paksitan in an otherwise positive week so far.
Bilal Asif and Imad Wasim spun a fascinating victory for Pakistan as they bagged the One-Day International series against Zimbabwe 2-1 by winning the final One-Day International in Harare by seven wickets.
Buoyed by Yasir Shah's six wicket haul and Imad Wasim's all-round performance, Pakistan secured a 131-run victory against Zimbabwe in the first One-Day International in Harare, thereby taking a 1-0 lead in the three match series.
Zimbabwe have included Richmond Mutumbami and Taurai Muzarabani in the 16-man squad to face Pakistan at home in the upcoming limited overs series which will be played between 27th September and 5th October.
Kane Williamson missed out on a century but his 90 nevertheless helped New Zealand win the third and final One-Day International in Harare against Zimbabwe by 38 runs, coming from one game down to win the series.