Zimbabwe

Nafees Targets ODI Series Win For Bangladesh

Bangladesh batsman Shahriar Nafees believes that his side can put behind them their disappointing 130-run defeat in the Test match against Zimbabwe and win the One-Day International series. With the team now fully focussed on the upcoming three-match series, that begins on 12th August in Harare, Nafees is looking for a stronger all-rounder performance.
11 August 2011

Zimbabwe Seal Victory Over Bangladesh

Bangladesh were dismissed for 244 on the final day of their only Test in Harare, handing victory to Zimbabwe by 130 runs as they made a winning comeback to five-day cricket. Bangladesh had been set an unlikely 375 to win and resumed on 112 for three before they were bowled out in 57.3 overs with seamer Kyle Jarvis taking four for 61.
8 August 2011

Zimbabwe XI Beat Touring Bangladeshis

Zimbabwe will go into their one-off Test against Bangladesh in confident mood after a strong Zimbabwe XI team beat the touring Bangladeshis by four wickets in a three-day warm-up game. Forster Mutizwa stroked an unbeaten 87 as Zimbabwe chased down 225 for six to win in the final innings having earlier been bowled out for just 113 in their first innings.
2 August 2011

Bangladesh Name Squad To Tour Zimbabwe

Bangladesh have named their squad for their upcoming tour of Zimbabwe, picking uncapped players Shuvaguto Horn and Nasir Hossain. The 15-man squad will play one Test and five One-Day Internationals with the Test match, from 4th to 8th August, being Zimbabwe's first for five years.
16 July 2011

Bangladesh Seal Series With Six-Wicket Win

Tamim Iqbal blasted a belligerent half-century as Bangladesh swept to a series-clinching six-wicket win over Zimbabwe in the fifth and final One-Day International in Chittagong. Iqbal hit 95 in 96 balls as Bangladesh passed Zimbabwe's score of 188 for six with seven overs to spare, Junaid Siddique also making 56 not out.
12 December 2010

Bangladesh And Zimbabwe Frustrated By Rain

The fourth One-Day International between Bangladesh and Zimbabwe in Chittagong was abandoned without a ball being bowled due to heavy rain. After a number of inspections by the umpires, the match was called off around four hours after the scheduled start time.
10 December 2010

Bangladesh Take Series Lead With 65-Run Win

Bangladesh moved into a 2-1 series lead over Zimbabwe after a 65-run win in the third One-Day International in Mirpur after a solid all-round performance saw them outplay their opponents. Batting first, half-centuries from Shakib Al Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim saw them post 246 for seven and four wickets apiece for Abdur Razzak and Shafiul Islam bowled Zimbabwe out for 181 in reply.
6 December 2010

Bangladesh Hit Back With Impressive Win

Bangladesh put their series-opening loss to Zimbabwe behind them as they comprehensively won the second One-Day International between the two sides by six wickets in Mirpur. Zimbabwe were dismissed for 191 as Abdur Razzak returned a five-wicket haul including a hat-trick but they were powerless to prevent Bangladesh motoring to victory with more than ten overs to spare.
3 December 2010

Zimbabwe Claim Nine-Run Win Over Bangladesh

Zimbabwe held on to win the first One-Day International against Bangladesh by nine runs as the two sides' five-match series got off to an entertaining start in Mirpur. Although Zimbabwe were dismissed for just 209 after being invited to bat first by Bangladesh, they hit back to dismiss their hosts for 200 and claim victory.
1 December 2010

South Africa Thrash Zimbabwe By 272 Runs

South Africa sealed a 3-0 One-Day International series win over Zimbabwe by completing a crushing 272-run win in the final...
22 October 2010

Theron, Amla, De Villiers Lead South Africa To Big Win

Starring performances with the bat from Hashim Amla and AB de Villiers followed up Juan Theron's five-wicket haul to...
17 October 2010

Amla And Ingram Centuries Too Much For Zimbabwe

Colin Ingram became the sixth man to score a century on his One-Day International debut and Hashim Amla also made a...
15 October 2010

Duminy & Theron Seal 2-0 Series Win For South Africa

South Africa won the second and final Twenty20 International against Zimbabwe by eight runs in Kimberley but it took an...
10 October 2010

South Africa Too Strong For Zimbabwe In T20 Opener

The first ever Twenty20 International between South Africa and Zimbabwe went the way of the home side, who prevailed by...
8 October 2010

T20I Series Preview: Zimbabwe Take On South Africa

The ever-strong South Africa are set to host international minnows Zimbabwe this Friday in the first of two Twenty20 Internationals...
5 October 2010

Raina Half-Century Drives India To Twenty20 Series Win

Indian captain Suresh Raina stroked a sublime unbeaten half-century to steer his side to a convincing seven-wicket victory over Zimbabwe...
13 June 2010

Kohli And Pathan Guide India To Convincing T20 Win

Yusuf Pathan and Virat Kohli put together an unbroken 64-run partnership in 37 balls to steer India to a convincing six-wicket win...
12 June 2010

Dilshan Hits Century As Sri Lanka Ease To Final Win

Sri Lankan captain Tillakaratne Dilshan guided his side to victory over Zimbabwe in their One-Day International tri-series final...
9 June 2010

Taylor Century Guides Zimbabwe Past Sri Lanka

Brendan Taylor scored an excellent unbeaten century to guide Zimbabwe to an eight-wicket win over Sri Lanka in the final ODI...
7 June 2010

Chandimal Century Sets Up Sri Lankan Victory

An entertaining maiden century from wicket-keeper Dinesh Chandimal set Sri Lanka on the way to a six-wicket victory over India...
5 June 2010

 
 
 
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