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Match between Pakistan and Zimbabwe stopped due to rain

Latest Update: May 31, 2015 | 111 Views

LAHORE: The third one day between Pakistan and Zimbabwe was stopped due to rain at Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium on Sunday.

Zimbabwe were batting at 68/0 in 9.0 overs when rain interrupted. Vusi Sibanda and Chamu Chibhabha are at 28 and 39 respectively.

Earlier, the match was stopped due to floodlight failure and a dust storm. The match was reduced to 46 overs and the target was revised to 281 runs.

Pakistan won the toss and opted to bat first in the final ODI of the three match series.

Batting first, the green shirts scored 296/9 runs in their 50 overs thanks to half centuries by Mohammad Hafeez and Babar Azam.

Babar Azam became the first Pakistani cricketer to score a 50 on ODI debut.

Mohammad Hafeez scored 80 runs from 80 balls which included eight boundaries and one six while Babar Azam scored 54 runs from 60 balls with the help of 60 balls.

Captain Azhar Ali fell four runs short of his half century as he was run out after scoring 46 runs.

Sikandar Raza took three wickets for Zimbabwe while Chris Mpofu took two wickets. Graeme Cremer took one wicket as well.


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