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Usman Khan takes four wickets, Zimbabwe all out for 194

BULAWAYO: Left-arm seamer Usman Khan takes four wickets as Pakistan bowled out Zimbabwe for 194 in the second one-day international on Monday.  Fifties from captain Hamilton Masakadza and Peter Moor glued the home side’s innings together, but Khan and his bowling team-mates enjoyed success against the rest of Zimbabwe’s XI, with seamer Hasan Ali also taking three wickets. Zimbabwe opted to bat first on another cold morning and were put under immediate pressure by Pakistan’s new ball attack, and in particular Khan.…

Impressive England beat Australia in second ODI

BRISBANE: England turned in an impressive all-round team performance to beat Australia by four wickets in the second one-day international at the Gabba on Friday. After restricting Australia to 270 for nine from their 50 overs, the English cruised past the total with 5.4 overs to spare. "I thought our bowlers were exceptional," England captain Eoin Morgan said. "On a really hot day they coped very well." All of England´s batsmen contributed to the run chase, which was always in control following a 117-run second…

Second ODI: Shadab, Azam help Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by 32 runs

ABU DHABI: Babar Azam scored a succesive hundred while Shadab Khan gave his career best bowling and batting performance to help Pakistan thump Sri Lanka by 32 runs in the second day-night international in Abu Dhabi on Monday. One-drop batsman Babar knocked a fighting 133-ball 103 while Shadab scored a career best 52 not out to lift Pakistan from a struggling 79-5 before Shadab the bowler returned with his best figures of 3-47 to dismiss Sri Lanka for 187 all out in 48 overs. The 23-year-old Babar and Shadab, who turned…

Melbourne ODI: Pakistan beat Australia on their home soil after 12 years

MELBOURNE: Pakistan beat Australia by six wickets in the second one-day international at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday, their first ODI win on Australian soil for 12 years. After Australian captain Steve Smith won the toss and chose to bat, Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir took 3-47 to help restrict the home side to 220 all out. Pakistan captain Mohammad Hafeez scored 72 and Shoaib Malik 42 not out as the visitors passed the Australian total with 2.2 overs to spare. Each player of the team entered into…

Broom century sets up N. Zealand win over Bangladesh 

NELSON, New Zealand: A century from Neil Broom set New Zealand up for a 67-run victory over Bangladesh to take the second one-day international and the series in Nelson on Thursday. After Broom's unbeaten 109 was the only significant innings in New Zealand's 251, Bangladesh suffered a dramatic meltdown when they were cruising towards what should have been a comfortable victory. They reached 104 for one in the 23rd over and were all out for 184 by the 43rd over, losing the last nine wickets for 80 runs. Part-time…

Australia crushes India in second ODI

BRISBANE: Australia set a new record run chase at the Gabba in Brisbane on Friday as they cruised to a seven wicket victory over India in the second one day international.

Dhoni inspires India to series-levelling win

NDORE: India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni hammered 92 not out and skilfully marshalled his bowlers to secure a series-levelling 22-run win against South Africa in the second one-day international on Wednesday.