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Jul 09, 2018
Zimbabwe T20I Tri-series: Pakistan's perfect blend of youth and experience among key ingredients in series win, bodes well for futureWhat the world of cricket saw recently in the winner of a triangular series involving hosts Zimbabwe, Australia and Pakistan was a side which continues to astound observers with their astonishing abilities to reach newer heights with every passing game.
Jul 08, 2018
Zimbabwe T20I Tri-series: Fakhar Zaman's 91 helps Pakistan beat Australia by 6 wickets; clinch seriesFakhar Zaman shared in a century stand with Shoaib Malik as Pakistan recovered from an early wobble in their pursuit of Australia’s 183 for 8.
Jul 08, 2018
Highlights Australia vs Pakistan, Zimbabwe T20I tri-series, final at Harare, Full Cricket Score: Sarfraz and Co win by 6 wicketsFollow live updates on the Zimbabwe T20I tri-series final between Australia and Pakistan at the Harare Sports Club on our live blog here.
Jul 05, 2018
Zimbabwe T20I Tri-series: Fakhar Zaman, Shaheen Afridi shine as Pakistan beat Australia by 45 runs in 5th T20IPakistan batted first and opener Fakhar Zaman registered a career-best 73 as they raced to 194 for 7.
Jul 04, 2018
Zimbabwe tri-series: Solomon Mire's 94 in vain as Pakistan knock hosts out of tournament with seven-wicket winPakistan knocked Zimbabwe out of the Twenty20 tri-series in Harare in a closely-fought encounter on Wednesday, beating the hosts by seven wickets with five deliveries to spare.
Jul 02, 2018
Zimbabwe T20I Tri-series: Billy Stanlake, Aaron Finch shine in Australia's comprehensive victory over PakistanStanlake took 4 for 8 in his opening burst, the most economical spell by an Australian in T20 international cricket, to restrict Pakistan to 116
Jul 01, 2018
Zimbabwe T20I Tri-Series: Pakistan crush Hamilton Masakadza and Co by 74 runs to begin tournament on winning noteA career best 61 from opening batsman Fakhar Zaman, and a late flurry of boundaries from Asif Ali and veteran batsman Shoaib Malik set up Pakistan’s imposing 182 for 4.