ZIM vs PAK Stats : Zimbabwe will face off Pakistan in the second T20I match at Harare Sports Club in Harare on Friday, 23 April. Zimbabwe lost the first T20I but they fought well and will look to do much better in this match and on the other side, Pakistan will aim to clinch the series.
In the first T20I Zimbabwe lost but they put up a good show with the ball as well as bat. Their bowlers didn’t allow Pakistan batsmen to score runs freely and kept them under pressure through out the game and restricted them to 149/7. Pacers Blessing Muzarabani, Luke Jongwe and spinner Wesley Madhevere had a good game and then in batting Criag Ervine, Luke Jongwe, Ryan Burl etc got starts but they couldn’t score big runs and captain Sean Williams needs to lead from front and team will hope experienced Brendan Taylor will be fit for this important match.
On the other side, Pakistan must be disappointed with their below par performance. In the batting only Mohammad Rizwan batted well as he scored 82* runs while other batsmen couldn’t cross 15 runs mark and they need to come good and in bowling their pacers Mohammad Hasnain, Haris Rauf and spinner Mohammad Hafeez had good outings and once again they all will look to have a good game against the hosts.
A list of all the major stats and records ahead of the Second T20I between Zimbabwe and Pakistan in Harare.
Head to Head in T20I Cricket : Zimbabwe and Pakistan have played 15 T20I matches so far.
ZIM vs PAK in T20I Cricket :
Matches – 15
ZIM won – 0
PAK won – 15
4 – Sean Williams is just 4 wickets away to go past Graeme Cremer’s tally of 36 wickets and become leading wicket taker for Zimbabwe in T20I cricket.
14 – Mohammad Hafeez has taken 14 wickets at 6.71 in 10 T20Is against Zimbabwe.
723 – Mohammad Rizwan has scored 723 runs at 80.33 in 13 T20 innings with 1 hundred and 7 fifties in this year – the most T20 runs by any batsman this year so far.
1000 – Fakhar Zaman needs 54 more runs to complete 1000 runs in international T20s.
1000 – Zimbabwe captain Sean Williams and Brendan Taylor need 64 and 91 runs respectively to achieve the milestone of 1000 T20I runs.
2000 – Babar Azam needs 58 more runs to become the third Pakistan batsman to achieve the milestone of 2000 T20I runs after Shoaib Malik and Mohammad Hafeez.
7000 – Mohammad Hafeez needs just 1 more run to complete 7000 runs in T20 Cricket.