Zimbabwe vs Pakistan, 2nd ODI: Statistical Highlights
Updated - Oct 3, 2015 5:04 pm
Zimbabwe vs Pakistan, 2nd ODI: Statistical Highlights: Zimbabwe kept their hopes alive in the ODI series against Pakistan as they sneaked in with a 5 run win in the 2nd ODI which was decided by D/L method after the game ended due to bad light.
Zimbabwe vs Pakistan, 2nd ODI: Statistical Highlights:
4 – Zimbabwe defeated Pakistan for the 4th time in ODI Cricket. Last instance was in August 2013.
2504 – Days since an ODI game hosted by Zimbabwe didn’t last 100 overs, excluding cases of teams getting out or target been chased down.
277 – Zimbabwe’s total of 277 is their 1st instance of 275+ total in ODIs at home since August, 2009.
1 – Only once Zimbabwe lost after scoring 275+ in ODIs at home. Bangladesh chasing down 324 in August, 2009 was only instance.
9 – Elton Chigumbura became only the 9th Zimbabwe player to be dismissed hit wicket in ODIs. Overall, he is 56th player to be dismissed hit wicket in ODIs.
10 – Elton Chigumbura is only the 10th captain to be dismissed hit wicket in an ODI innings. 2nd Zimbabwe captain after Tatenda Taibu.
259 – Pakistan’s team total in the game. Only on 4 earlier occasions, Pakistan scored more than 259 in ODIs after losing first 3 wickets for 35 or less score.
111 – Shoiab Malik-Aamer Yamin’s 111 run stand for 7th wicket was the highest stand 7th wicket stand after a team lost their 6 wickets for less than 80 while chasing in ODI Cricket.
2 – Shoiab Malik-Aamer Yamin’s stand was Pakistan’s 2nd best stand for 7th wicket in ODIs.
253 – Pakistan’s total of 253 is the 4th highest total in ODIs for any team after losing their first 6 wickets inside 80 runs.
10.21 – Partnership run rate of Shoiab Malik-Yasir Shah’s 63 run stand for 9th wicket. This is only the 6th instance where a partnership over 60 runs for 9th or greater wicket which had run rate of more than 10.
96* – Shoiab Malik became only the 6th Pakistani and 54th player in overall to remain unbeaten between 95 and 99 in an ODI innings.
0 – Pakistan’s opener Bilal Asif became only the 30th opener to be dismissed for duck on debut. He is only the 2nd Pakistani to be out for duck on debut. Salman Butt in 2004 was the only other player from Pakistan.