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Pakistan vs Zimbabwe 4th ODI highlights

Pakistan vs Zimbabwe 4th ODI highlights

Highlights Pakistan vs Zimbabwe 4th ODI highlights 2018.

Pakistan vs Zimbabwe 4th ODI highlights. Pakistan won the toss and they decide to go with the bat first. Pakistani openers open the innings with a different mind. They played really well and broke records of highest scores and partnerships. Fakhar Zaman and Imam ul Haq broke a record of one of the highest partnerships in ODI history. Fakhar Zaman and Imam ul Haq make a record partnership of 304 runs.

Fakhar Zaman scores 210. He is the first Pakistani to score a double hundred in ODI. Before this Saeed Anwar was the top scorer for Pakistan with 194 against India. Imran Nazir 160 vs Zimbabwe in 2007 and Sharjeel Khan 152 vs Ireland in 2016.

Pakistan vs Zimbabwe 4th ODI highlights

Rohit Sharma 264 is the highest score by a player in ODI. Martin Guptill is on 2nd Position with 237 runs and V Sehwag with 219 runs in one inning of ODI match. Imam ul Haq score 113 and 3rd century of his ODI career. This was also 3rd hundred of Fakhar Zaman in ODI and he converts that hundred into 200.

After the dismissal of Imam ul Haq, the change was made in the batting order and Asif Ali was promoted up in the order and he responds very well to his captain and score 50 in just 22 balls and helps Pakistan to reach the target of 400. And Fakhar Zaman remains not out with 210 runs. This is Pakistan’s highest total in ODI.

Zimbabwe in chasing that a high score was failed like in the whole series. No one could stand on against the batting line up against the bowling of Pakistan. Shadab Khan was the leading wicket-taker in this match. He got 4 for 28 in 8.4 overs. Usman Shinwari and Faheem got 2 each. Junaid Khan and Shoaib Malik got 1 wicket each.

Zimbabwe all team out on just 155 runs while chasing the target of 400 runs. And Pakistan cleaned them up easily. And won that match by 244 runs. Pakistan is now leading the series by 4-0.

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