Zimbabwe’s 24-run Test win against Pakistan at Harare was one against all odds. In fact, they hadn’t beaten any top Test playing nation since shocking India in 2001 at the same venue of the latest historic win.
Minnows Zimbabwe pulled off a narrow 24-run victory at Harare in the Second and Final Test against Pakistan. The hosts wrapped up the game about 30 minutes after the lunch break with pace bowler Tendai Chatara bowling them to a historic win with a maiden five-wicket haul.
Zimbabwe are five wickets away from a historic Test win tomorrow at Harare. Pakistan chasing a target of 264 looked to bat out positively but somehow lost key wickets to stare at a defeat on the final day.
Three wickets in succession just at the stroke of Stumps on Day 3 have left the Second Test at Harare tantalizingly poised. Zimbabwe are holding onto an impressive lead of 185 runs with six wickets in hand on a pitch that came to life in the final session with the cracks coming into play big time.
Pakistan closed Day 2 of the Second and Final Test at Harare on 163 for 3 in 68 overs. The match has hardly moved forward today with the visitors batting pretty slow against an ordinary class bowling attack of Zimbabwe.