Cricket-One Day International Zimbabwe v Pakistan scoreboard

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ZIMBABWE – Oct 3 (Infostrada Sports) – Scoreboard at close of play in the second One Day International between Zimbabwe and Pakistan on Saturday in Harare, Zimbabwe 

Zimbabwe Innings         
H. Masakadza                  c Irfan b Riaz                  7   
C. Chibhabha                  c S. Ahmed b Riaz               90  
B. Chari                      c Hafeez b Irfan                39  
S. Williams                   c Hafeez b Riaz                 10  
E. Chigumbura                 hit wkt b Riaz                  67  
S. Raza                       c S. Ahmed b Yamin              32  
R. Mutumbami                  not out                         14  
L. Jongwe                     not out                         4   
Extras                        (b-2 lb-1 nb-1 w-9)             13  
Total                         (for 6 wickets, 50 overs)       276 

Fall of wickets: 1-27 H. Masakadza,2-118 B. Chari,3-132 S. Williams,4-191 C. 
Chibhabha,5-253 E. Chigumbura,6-267 S. Raza
Did not bat: G. Cremer, T. Panyangara, J. Nyumbu

Bowling                  
M. Irfan                      10 - 1 - 47 - 1(w-2)                
A. Yamin                      5 - 0 - 38 - 1(nb-1 w-2)            
W. Riaz                       10 - 1 - 63 - 4(w-1)                
Y. Shah                       6 - 0 - 30 - 0(w-1)                 
B. Asif                       8 - 0 - 39 - 0(w-1)                 
Az. Ali                       4 - 0 - 22 - 0                      
S. Malik                      7 - 0 - 34 - 0                      

Pakistan Innings         
Az. Ali                       b Panyangara                    1   
B. Asif                       c Chigumbura b Panyangara       0   
M. Hafeez                     run out (Mutombodzi, Mutumbami) 27  
A. Shafiq                     c Mutumbami b Jongwe            1   
S. Malik                      not out                         96  
S. Ahmed                      c Williams b Chibhabha          9   
M. Rizwan                     c Nyumbu b Cremer               8   
A. Yamin                      c Mutumbami b Chigumbura        62  
W. Riaz                       run out (Chigumbura)            3   
Y. Shah                       not out                         32  
Extras                        (b-4 nb-1 w-12)                 17  
Total                         (for 8 wickets, 48 overs)       256 

Fall of wickets: 1-2 B. Asif,2-8 Az. Ali,3-17 A. Shafiq,4-40 M. Hafeez,5-56 S.
Ahmed,6-76 M. Rizwan,7-187 A. Yamin,8-193 W. Riaz
Did not bat: M. Irfan

Bowling                  
T. Panyangara                 9 - 0 - 44 - 2(w-2)                 
L. Jongwe                     8 - 1 - 41 - 1(w-1)                 
S. Williams                   10 - 0 - 33 - 0                     
C. Chibhabha                  8 - 0 - 55 - 1(nb-1 w-1)            
G. Cremer                     1.4 - 0 - 8 - 1                     
J. Nyumbu                     6.2 - 0 - 38 - 0(w-3)               
E. Chigumbura                 5 - 0 - 33 - 1(w-2)                 

Referees                 
Umpire: Jeremiah Matibiri                                         
Umpire: Ruchira Palliyaguruge                                     
TV umpire: Langton Rusere                                         
Match referee: David Jukes                                        
Result: Zimbabwe won by 5 runs (D/L Method)
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