Pakistan Won by 7 wickets against Zimbabwe | Pakistan beat Zimbabwe by 7 wickets
Pakistan Won by 7 wickets against Zimbabwe: In ICC cricket world cup 2011 33rd match Pakistan beat Zimbabwe by 7 wickets.this is another Pak team great victory that Pakistan Won by 7 wickets against Zimbabwe in today match.Zimbabwe team played first after some time play in match rain come then stop the match but when again match played Zimbabwe team player can’t played well Pakistan Team bowlers.they did not give a huge target for Pakistan team. Because the rain Pakistan set 162 in 38 overs under D/L method.and Pakistan team chess easily this target.great game by Pakistan team.Well done Shahid Afridi.
Pakistan were set a Duckworth/Lewis victory target of 162 off 38 overs after rain interrupted play twice in their World Cup Group A match against Zimbabwe here at the Pallekele International Stadium on Monday.
The rain interrupted the match for the first time in the 28th over when Zimbabwe were reeling at 96 for five and the match was reduced to 43 overs a side when the play was resumed after 90 minutes.It came again in the 40th over of the Africans’ innings with the score on 151-7.Zimbabwe captain Elton Chigumbura won the toss and batted on a slow wicket but lost Brendan Taylor, Regis Chakabva and Vusi Sibanda in quick succession to be 13-3 before Craig Ervine helped stop the rot.Ervine was bowled by Mohammad Hafeez for 52 when the play was resumed after the first interruption.
Then, Chigumbura and Prosper Utseya added 48 runs for the seventh wicket before Utseya was dismissed by Umar Gul caught behind for 18 and rain interrupted for the second time. Chigumbura remained unbeaten for 32.For Pakistan, Umar Gul was the most successful bowler with three for 36. This is the second World Cup match to be affected by rain after Sri Lanka’s showdown with Australia was washed out in Colombo earlier this month.
Pakistan had Zimbabwe reeling at 96-5 in their World Cup Group A match before heavy rain stopped play at the Pallekele International Stadium on Monday.Zimbabwe won the toss and decided to bat but lost Brendan Taylor, Regis Chakabva and Vusi Sibanda in quick succession to be 13-3 before Craig Ervine helped stop the rot with an unbeaten 48.When play resumed 90 minutes later, the game was reduced to a 43-over per side match.The start was also delayed due to light drizzle.
This is the second World Cup match to be affected by rain after Sri Lanka’s showdown with Australia was washed out in Colombo earlier this month.