Makhaya Ntini, South Africa's former fast bowler and interim Zimbabwe coach, has said that he wanted to hang himself after the team suffered yet another humiliating loss to India in Harare
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
Vusi Sibanda's maiden fifty helped Zimbabwe achieve a 14-run win over Hong Kong in the opening match of the World T20 qualifier.
Opener Vusi Sibanda struck 44 off 33 balls and Malcolm Waller hammered 49 off 23 as Zimbabwe posted 187-6 before restricting Bangladesh to 156-6 in a packed Sheikh Abu Nasir Stadium.
Waller struck 70 off 100 balls with 14 fours and Raza made 60 off 118 with 10 fours at Harare Sports Club. At the close, Elton Chigumbura was on 40 with Shingi Masakadza on 2.
Having been whitewashed 5-0 by India in a recent series, Brendan Taylor's side showed signs of improvement during two Twenty20 matches against Pakistan last week but still lost comfortably because of their inability to play the perfect game.
Shikhar Dhawan has managed 631 runs at an average of 57.36 in twelve ODIs in 2013, including three hundreds and two fifties. He is the leading Indian run-getter in ODIs this year.
Chasing 295 for a win, Zimbabwe were restricted to 236 for 9, thanks to a 4-wicket haul by Jaydev Unadkat. Catch all the highlights from the India vs Zimbabwe tie, as they happened at the Harare Sports Club.
Opener Vusi Sibanda reached his second one-day international century off the last ball of the game to lead Zimbabwe to a seven-wicket win and a series victory over Bangladesh on Wednesday.
In stark contrast to their parlous position however, the day started promisingly for the Zimbabweans after they were inserted by West Indies captain Darren Sammy with openers Vusi Sibanda and Tino Mawoyo putting on 42 at better than a run-a-minute before the introduction of Shannon Gabriel shifted the tide of play completely.
There were a few moments of anxiety for the West Indies when the dismissal of Narsingh Deonarine by Hamilton Masakadza was followed by the running out of Kieron Pollard for a duck without facing a ball to leave the home side at 121 for four.
New Zealand maintained the upper hand in their one-off Test against Zimbabwe on Wednesday, despite the hosts fighting back strongly throughout the second day at Queens Sports Club.