|ZIM||118/9 (20.0 ov)|
|PAK||99/10 (19.5 ov)|
|Tinashe Kamunhukamwe||c Babar Azam b Danish Aziz||34||40||4||0||85|
|BRM Taylor||c Mohammad Hafeez b Faheem Ashraf||5||7||0||0||71.43|
|Tadiwanashe Marumani||c Mohammad Rizwan b Arshad Iqbal||13||19||1||0||68.42|
|Wesley Madhevere||bowled b Danish Aziz||16||14||1||0||114.29|
|Ryan Burl||c Mohammad Rizwan b Usman Qadir||3||4||0||0||75|
|Regis Chakabva||lbw b Haris Rauf||18||14||0||1||128.57|
|Tarisai Musakanda||bowled b Mohammad Hasnain||13||10||1||0||130|
|Luke Jongwe||c Fakhar Zaman b Mohammad Hasnain||7||8||0||1||87.5|
|Blessing Muzarabani||Not Out||1||2||0||0||50|
|Richard Ngarava||Not Out||1||1||0||0||100|
|Total||118/9, 20.0 (ov)|
|Extras||7(lb 2, b 4, nb 0, w 1)|
|Fall of wicket|
|BRM Taylor at 19 runs, in 4.4 over,Tadiwanashe Marumani at 47 runs, in 10.1 over,Tinashe Kamunhukamwe at 68 runs, in 12.3 over,Ryan Burl at 71 runs, in 13.1 over,Wesley Madhevere at 83 runs, in 14.4 over,Tarisai Musakanda at 108 runs, in 17.4 over,Regis Chakabva at 116 runs, in 18.5 over,Wellington Masakadza at 116 runs, in 19.1 over,Luke Jongwe at 116 runs, in 19.3 over|
|Mohammad Rizwan||c Tarisai Musakanda b Luke Jongwe||13||18||1||0||72.22|
|Babar Azam||c Wesley Madhevere b Luke Jongwe||41||45||5||0||91.11|
|Fakhar Zaman||c Tarisai Musakanda b Ryan Burl||2||7||0||0||28.57|
|Mohammad Hafeez||c Wellington Masakadza b Ryan Burl||5||10||0||0||50|
|Danish Aziz||runout Regis Chakabva||22||24||1||0||91.67|
|Asif Ali||c Donald Tiripano b Richard Ngarava||1||3||0||0||33.33|
|Faheem Ashraf||c Ryan Burl b Blessing Muzarabani||2||5||0||0||40|
|Haris Rauf||c BRM Taylor b Luke Jongwe||6||5||0||1||120|
|Mohammad Hasnain||Not Out||0||0||0||0||0|
|Arshad Iqbal||c Ryan Burl b Luke Jongwe||0||1||0||0||0|
|Total||99/10, 19.5 (ov)|
|Extras||7(lb 0, b 1, nb 0, w 6)|
|Fall of wicket|
|Mohammad Rizwan at 21 runs, in 5.1 over,Fakhar Zaman at 37 runs, in 7.5 over,Mohammad Hafeez at 56 runs, in 11.5 over,Babar Azam at 78 runs, in 15.5 over,Asif Ali at 79 runs, in 16.2 over,Faheem Ashraf at 87 runs, in 18.1 over,Danish Aziz at 92 runs, in 18.4 over,Usman Qadir at 99 runs, in 19.1 over,Haris Rauf at 99 runs, in 19.4 over,Arshad Iqbal at 99 runs, in 19.5 over|
|19.5w||Luke Jongwe to Arshad Iqbal: Wicket!, Caught by Ryan Burl. No runs.|
|19.4w||Luke Jongwe to Haris Rauf: Wicket!, Caught by BRM Taylor. No runs.|
|19.30||Luke Jongwe to Haris Rauf: No runs.|
|19.20||Luke Jongwe to Haris Rauf: No runs.|
|19.1w||Luke Jongwe to Usman Qadir: Wicket! Runout by Luke Jongwe. No runs.|
|18.60||Blessing Muzarabani to Haris Rauf: No runs.|
|18.56||Blessing Muzarabani to Haris Rauf: SIX.|
|18.51||Blessing Muzarabani to Haris Rauf: wide, 1 run.|
|18.4w||Blessing Muzarabani to Danish Aziz: Wicket! Runout by Regis Chakabva. 1 run.|
|18.30||Blessing Muzarabani to Danish Aziz: No runs.|
|18.24||Blessing Muzarabani to Danish Aziz: FOUR.|
|18.1w||Blessing Muzarabani to Faheem Ashraf: Wicket!, Caught by Ryan Burl. No runs.|
|17.61||Luke Jongwe to Faheem Ashraf: 1 run.|
|17.51||Luke Jongwe to Danish Aziz: 1 run.|
|17.40||Luke Jongwe to Danish Aziz: No runs.|
|17.31||Luke Jongwe to Danish Aziz: wide, 1 run.|
|17.30||Luke Jongwe to Danish Aziz: No runs.|
|17.22||Luke Jongwe to Danish Aziz: 2 runs.|
|17.11||Luke Jongwe to Faheem Ashraf: 1 run.|
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