Zimbabwe won the third and final ODI in the Super Over after the match had ended in a dramatic tie while Pakistan took the series that is a part of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League at the Pindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi on a dramatic Tuesday evening.
3 November 2020
The International Cricket Council has fined both United Arab Emirates captain Rohan Mustafa and Zimbabwe all-rounder Sean Williams for a breach of Level 1 Conduct following the recently concluded ICC World Cup Qualifiers game between the two teams in Harare.
24 March 2018
For registering his career best figures of 12-wicket haul in the recently concluded first Test against India in Pune, Australia left-arm-spinner Steve O'Keefe is the Cricket World Player of the Week.
28 February 2017
For picking a 13-wicket haul in the second Test against Zimbabwe and leading Sri Lanka to a 2-0 series whitewash in Harare, veteran left-arm-spinner Rangana Herath is the Cricket World Player of the Week.
14 November 2016
For scoring the highest individual score in Pallekele and helping Sri Lanka secure a fabulous victory in the first Test against Australia, Kusal Mendis is the Cricket World Player of the Week.
1 August 2016
Craig Ervine and Sean Williams will not be featuring in the upcoming three-match Twenty20 International series against India due to the injures they sustained during the recently concluded One-Day International series.
16 June 2016
Wellington Masakadza starred with a four wicket haul while Sean Williams hit a fluent fifty as Zimbabwe sent Scotland out of the tournament by handing them a 11-run defeat in a chase of 148 runs in the fifth match of the first round in Group B in the ICC World Twenty20 in Nagpur.
10 March 2016
For his back-to-back centuries in the One-Day International series against India, thereby securing South Africa's first bilateral series victory in India, AB de Villiers is our Cricket World Player of the Week.
26 October 2015
South Africa overcame a poor start to the second One-Day International against Zimbabwe in Bulawayo to win by 61 runs and move into an unassailable 2-0 series lead.
19 August 2014
Zimbabwe won the first One-Day International against Afghanistan in Bulawayo by six wickets, chasing down a target of 224 with almost five overs to spare.
18 July 2014