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Younis leads Pak fightback

Veteran Younis Khan led a Pakistan fightback after his side lost three early second-innings wickets on the third day of the first Test against Zimbabwe at the Harare Sports Club on Thursday.

Ajmal strikes but Zimbabwe take lead


Half centuries from middle-order batsmen Malcolm Waller and Sikandar Raza lifted Zimbabwe to 281/7 and a 32-run lead over Pakistan on the second day of the first Test on Wednesday.

Unheralded Zimbabwe bowlers rattle pakistan on first day

Zimbabwe’s unheralded bowling attack plunged Pakistan into deep trouble on the first day of the first Test at the Harare Sports Club on Tuesday.

Misbah leads Pak to series victory

Captain Misbah-ul Haq scored a steady half-century and effected two crucial run-outs as Pakistan clinched the one-day series against Zimbabwe with a sizeable win in Saturday’s third and final match.

Pakistan level series


A commanding century by Mohammad Hafeez and a four-wicket haul from left-arm seamer Junaid Khan led Pakistan to a series-levelling victory over Zimbabwe in the second one-day international on Thursday

Shehzad 98 sets up series win for Pak


Ahmed Shehzad hit the highest international Twenty20 score by a Pakistan player to lead his country to a second win in two days over Zimbabwe at Harare Sports Club on Saturday.

Go hang: Zimbabwe’s Mugabe tells foes

Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe on Monday said those upset by his disputed landslide election victory could “go hang.”

Zimbabwe vote ‘seriously compromised’


Zimbabwe election observers said Thursday that the country’s crunch vote was “seriously compromised,” citing a slew of problems that questioned a claim of victory by President Robert Mugabe’s allies.

Counting underway in knife-edge Zimbabwe election


Vote counting was underway in Zimbabwe’s tightly fought election, amid high turnout and accusations of rigging by President Robert Mugabe’s allies who wish to extend his 33-year rule.

Super start for Kohli & Co.


India captain Virat Kohli became the fastest batsman in the history of the game to score 15 one-day international hundreds as India cruised to a six-wicket victory over Zimbabwe at Harare Sports Club

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