Fast bowler Tendai Chatara claimed four wickets to help Zimbabwe edge Sri Lanka by 12 runs in the second one-day international of the tri-nation tournament in Dhaka on Wednesday.
Excellent display of bowling from the likes of Yuzvendra Chahal, Barinder Sran and Dhawal Kulkarni followed by gritty knocks from the top three batsmen guided India to a series win over Zimbabwe at the Harare Sports Club. Catch all the highlights of this match here
The incident happened in the 50th over of the West Indies innings at Canberra's Manuka Oval when Tendai Chatara bowled a second consecutive high, full-pitched ball to Chris Gayle, after being given a first and final warning by on-field umpire Ian Gould after his previous delivery.
Zimbabwean cricketer Tendai Chatara shook his head and gestured toward his pad after he was given out caught behind late on the opening day of the Test against South Africa at Harare Sports Club on Saturday.
For Zimbabwe, player of the match Tendai Chatara is now in a career-best 55th spot (up by 21) in the latest Reliance ICC Player Rankings for Test Bowlers after his match figures of six for 105, including a match-winning spell of five for 61 in the second innings.
Zimbabwe's 24-run win is their narrowest in terms of runs against any opposition.
Inexperienced Zimbabwe fast bowler Tendai Chatara took five for 61 as Pakistan were bowled out for 239 despite an unbeaten 79 by Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq.
The 22-year-old right-arm pacer took 5 for 61 in the second innings even as Pakistan skipper Misbah-ul-Haq's 79 not out went in vain.