Zimbabwe

Former India batsman Lalchand Rajput has been appointed Zimbabwe head coach on a three-month deal, which might be extended based on the results. Rajput replaced Heath Streak, who, along with the entire coaching staff, was sacked in March after the team failed to qualify for the 2019 World Cup. Rajput’s first assignment will be a
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Zimbabwe Cricket has parted ways with their managing director Faisal Hasnain less than a year after he was appointed. Hasnain, a former financial head at the ICC, began the job on May 15 last year and resigned last Friday, citing the failure to qualify for the 2019 World Cup as the major factor. “One of
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Zimbabwe’s coaching staff have until 3pm local time on Friday to resign or be sacked by the board following an unsuccessful World Cup qualifying campaign. ESPNcricinfo has verified the ultimatum but has yet to confirm whether the staff will stand out or wait for their bosses to fire them. One way or another, all are
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In a tournament that has already seen some very close finishes, Zimbabwe and Scotland produced another with a nail-biting tie at Queens Sports Club. Scotland recovered from 173 for 8 to 209 for 8, just two runs shy of victory, when Tendai Chatara struck to take the match into golden-goal territory, with the final over
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Zimbabwe 263 for 9 (Masakadza 84, Nawaz 4-47) beat Hong Kong 174 (Rath 85, Raza 3-30) by 89 runs Cephas Zhuwao goes for the big one Getty Images Zimbabwe recorded their third win on the trot with an 89-run victory over Hong Kong at Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo. Zimbabwe’s was an innings of two distinct
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“Was that stressful?” Zimbabwe captain Graeme Cremer joked to the wide-eyed gaggle of local journalists after his team’s nerve wracking two-run win over Afghanistan in Bulawayo. Queens Sports Club doesn’t have the gladiatorial grandeur of Wanderers, the storied history of Lord’s, or the spectacle of Eden Gardens, but during Zimbabwe’s backs-against-the-wall win the electric atmosphere
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Zimbabwe 196 (Taylor 89, Raza 60, Mujeeb 3-49, Rashid 3-38) beat Afghanistan 194 (Shah 69, Nabi 51, Muzarabani 4-47, Raza 3-40) by 2 runs A match that swung one way and then the other several times boiled down to an incredibly tense finish in Bulawayo, where Afghanistan’s last wicket slowly whittled away at the target
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Afghanistan 241 for 9 (Ahmadi 76, Rahmat 59, Raza 2-41) beat Zimbabwe 95 (Ervine 34, Rashid 3-13, Ashraf 2-15) by 146 runsScorecard and ball-by-ball details Rashid Khan slaps a six over long-off AFP Fifties from Javed Ahmadi and Rahmat Shah, and the all-round brilliance of Rashid Khan, powered Afghanistan to a 4-1 series win in Sharjah.
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Afghanistan 135 for 0 (Shahzad 75*, Ihsanullah 51*) beat Zimbabwe 134 (Ervine 54*, Mujeeb 5-50) by ten wicketsScorecard and ball-by-ball details Mujeeb Ur Rahman in his delivery stride IDI via Getty Images Mujeeb Ur Rahman‘s maiden five-wicket haul in ODIs led Afghanistan to a series-clinching ten-wicket win over Zimbabwe, with one match still left to play.
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Afghanistan 158 for 4 (Rahmat 56, Jamal 51, Chatara 2-18) beat Zimbabwe 154 ( Ervine 39, Rashid 5-24, Mujeeb 3-45) by six wicketsScorecard and ball-by-ball details Rashid Khan lets rip with an appeal AFP Rashid Khan claimed 5 for 24 – his third five-wicket haul in ODI cricket – to dismantle Zimbabwe for 154 in 34.3
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Zimbabwe 333 for 5 (Taylor 125, Raza 92, Rashid 2-36) beat Afghanistan 179 (Dawlat 47*, Rahmat 43, Cremer 4-41, Chatara 3-24) by 154 runs Brendan Taylor plays the upper dab AFP Brendan Taylor‘s first century since returning to Zimbabwe in September last year underpinned a crushing 154-run win over Afghanistan in the second ODI in Sharjah.
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Afghanistan 333 for 5 (Rahmat 114, Najibullah 81, Ihsanullah 53) beat Zimbabwe 179 (Mire 34, Rashid 4-26) by 154 runsScorecard and ball-by-ball details Rahmat Shah celebrates his century Associated Press Continuing their dominance over Zimbabwe, Afghanistan piled up their second-highest ODI total of 333 with Rahmat Shah‘s 114 off 110 balls the centerpiece of a resounding
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Afghanistan 158 for 9 (Nabi 45, Chatara 3-20) beat Zimbabwe 141 for 5 (Raza 40, Burl 30, Mujeeb 2-21) by 17 runs A smiling Mohammad Nabi walks back after steering Afghanistan to victory AFP Afghanistan completed a 2-0 series win in Sharjah after beating Zimbabwe – for the second time in two nights – by 17
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Zimbabwe Under-19s 114 for 3 (Madhevere 47) beat Namibia Under-19s 113 (Nungu 2-11, Madhevere 2-11, Myers 2-29) by seven wicketsScorecard Wesley Madhevere took three wickets and struck an unbeaten half-century ICC/Getty Images Namibia’s decision to bat backfired on them to such an extent that they began their innings losing two wickets in two overs and then
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Sri Lanka’s bowlers dismissed Zimbabwe for what both captains agreed was a sub-par score, but Dinesh Chandimal felt Sri Lanka’s batsmen could have executed the chase better. His grouse is perhaps with Sri Lanka’s middle-overs stutter, which delayed victory and probably cost Sri Lanka a bonus point. Having been 103 for 1 in the 22nd
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If Sikandar Raza is in outstanding form in the tri-series so far, the Bangladesh Premier League is owed a little credit. So contended his teammate, Craig Ervine, who has watched Raza top score for his side in successive games. In addition to the 52 against Bangladesh and the 81 off 67 balls against Sri Lanka,
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