Pak won by 19 runs against Zim in Second T20 & Lead Series by 2-0. Pakistan team these days on Zimbabwe tour witch they are lead first T20 series by 2-0 with best bowling, batting attack. in 1st t20 they are won match by 25 runs but this time they lead by 19 runs. so once again green team show their strength and best figures from his team. Mohammad Hafeez shared a century partnership with Ahmed Shehzad then took three wickets to set up a 19-run win for Pakistan over Zimbabwe in the second Twenty20 international on Saturday, reaching a 2-0 series win for the tourists.
Zimbabwe finished at 160-6 in 20 overs, chasing Pakistan’s 179-1. Shahzad hit 98 not out and Hafeez unbeaten 54 for the bulk of the total Pakistan, with their own run 143 stand coming off just 86 balls as hit bowlers Zimbabwe for 14 overs the pair were together.It was Elton Chigumbura 35 not out from 19 balls at the end in a losing effort for Zimbabwe.
Ahmed Shehzad’s second half-century in two days and put Pakistan on the way to other international Twenty20 victory over Zimbabwe in Harare Sports Club on Saturday.Shahzad is 70 on Friday, a Pakistan to get 25-run victory in the first match of the tour, and he followed that up with 98 not on Saturday as Pakistan posted 179 for one after being put in to bat by Zimbabwe.
Although Pakistan made a cautious start to the innings, scoring 37 for one in the opening six overs as Nasir Jamshed was dismissed for 23 and Shehzad opened a beautiful nineteenth-century repeatedly found regularly border.
Pakistan captain Mohammad Hafeez effectively rotated the strike at the other end as the pair built unbroken 143-run stand for the second wicket, then went to his half-century with a big six to midwicket off Shingirai Masakadza.
Shehzad hit six sixes on the way to the highest score by a Pakistani batsman in the Twenty20 international, but missed the chance to reach three figures when he could manage only one from the final ball of the innings.Hafeez finished unbeaten in 54 of the 40 births, as all the Zimbabwe bowlers struggled against the commanding performance of the Pakistani batting.