Zimbabwe have been no pushovers. West Indies realised that in the first Test against them in Bulawayo. Though West Indies won the first game, Zimbabwe gave them a run for their money. At the end of day one of the second Test, Zimbabwe finished at 169 for the loss of four wickets in 61 overs. Zimbabwe’s start was a bit shaky as they lost three early wickets for 14 runs with Solomon Mire, Craig Ervine and Brendan Taylor departing cheaply. Hamilton Mazakadza saved the day for the hosts after completing a solid hundred and still unbeaten at the crease. For the West Indies, pacer Kemar Roach proved to be effective with the ball as he scalped two wickets in his 10-over spell.
By: Express Web Desk | Updated: October 29, 2017 8:40 pm
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