LAHORE: A hundred from Sikandar Raza and 99 from Chamu Chibhabha took Zimbabwe to what looked like a competitive total, but was significantly low when compared to the scores at Gaddafi Stadium in the preceding Twenty20 internationals and the first ODI.
Earlier, Pakistan won the toss and sent Zimbabwe into bat in the 2nd day-night international.
Pakistan made no change from the side which won the first match by 41 runs on Tuesday, also in Lahore.
Zimbabwe were forced to make four changes with their regular captain Elton Chigumbura (suspended for slow over rate for two matches), batsman Craig Ervine (hamstring injury), spinner Prosper Utsey (unwell) and paceman Chris Mpofu (dropped) were out.
They were replaced by Chamu Chibhabha, Charles Coventry, Graeme Cremer and Tawanda Mupariwa.
The third and final match will also be played in Lahore on Sunday.