Zimbabwe vs West Indies, 1st Test at Bulawayo, Day 2 highlights

Catch the live commentary as well as the full scorecard of Day 2 of the 1st Test between Zimbabwe and West Indies at the Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo.

FirstCricket Staff, Oct, 22 2017

West Indies beat Zimbabwe by 117 runs

219/10
Overs
82.5
R/R
2.65
Fours
23
Sixes
1
Extras
3
159/10
Overs
61.3
R/R
2.59
Fours
13
Sixes
3
Extras
2
373/10
Overs
126.0
R/R
2.96
Fours
30
Sixes
5
Extras
5
316/10
Overs
90.4
R/R
3.5
Fours
40
Sixes
2
Extras
8

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Day 1 Report: Zimbabwe's spinners sparked a West Indies collapse on day one of the first test, with the tourists sliding from 174-3 to 219 all out in their first innings on Saturday.

Zimbabwe captain Graeme Cremer took 4-64 and fellow slow bowler Sean Williams 3-20 as West Indies lost its last seven wickets for 45 runs after deciding to bat first at Queens Sports Club.

Graeme Cremer and Jason Holder, captain of Zimbabwe and West Indies respectively. AFP

Graeme Cremer and Jason Holder, captain of Zimbabwe and West Indies respectively. AFP

Zimbabwe took all of the last seven wickets in the final session as legspinner Cremer and offspinner Williams found turn and bounce on the pitch in Bulawayo to give Zimbabwe an early advantage in the first of two tests.

Shai Hope was 90 not out and denied a century when he ran out of partners. Opener Kieran Powell made 56.

Zimbabwe was 19-0 at stumps, with Solomon Mire hitting two fours and a six and racing to 17 off 18 balls on his debut.

West Indies looked solid with Hope part of partnerships of 75 with Powell and 64 with Roston Chase (31).

Chase's dismissal just after tea to Sikandar Raza, another spin bowler, set off the West Indies collapse. Shane Dowrich and captain Jason Holder fell to Williams and the last three West Indians were out for ducks.

Hope continued to show the form that made him West Indies' standout player in the recent series loss in England, hitting seven fours and a six and showing composure on the spinning pitch. His teammates let him down, though, and he finished 10 short of a third century in his last five innings.

Zimbabwe last won a test in 2013 but has been boosted for this series by the return of batsman Brendan Taylor and fast bowler Kyle Jarvis, who are resuming their test careers after giving up internationals to play in English county cricket.

Jarvis took 1-40 in his first test for four years.

With inputs from AP

Published Date: Oct 21, 2017 | Updated Date: Oct 22, 2017




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1 India 4493 125
2 South Africa 3767 111
3 England 4497 105
4 New Zealand 3114 97
5 Australia 3294 97
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2 India 6379 120
3 Australia 5948 114
4 England 6156 114
5 New Zealand 5432 111
Rank Team Points Rating
1 Pakistan 2843 124
2 New Zealand 1925 120
3 West Indies 2395 120
4 England 2029 119
5 India 2965 119