Zimbabwe cricketers expressed their disappointment over ICC's decision to suspend Zimbabwe for the interference of government in its administration.
Zimbabwe's Brendan Taylor fought valiantly with his second century of the Test but Bangladesh won the final match by 218 runs.
Afghanistan scored 333/5 and restricted Zimbabwe to 179 in the 1st ODI, while Zimbabwe did exactly that in the 2nd.
Brendan Taylor led Zimbabwe to 333 for five from their 50 overs with his ninth ODI hundred.
Legspinner Devendra Bishoo proved Zimbabwe's nemesis once more as he spun the West Indies to a 117-run victory in the first Test at Queens Sports Club on Tuesday.
Brendan Taylor was partying on Thursday night as his side Nottinghamshire progressed to the semi-finals of the Royal London Cup and then he landed up in the car.
Money is an issue that has been plaguing Zimbabwe cricket for long and Brendon Taylor is not the first player to look overseas for financial security.
Zimbabwe's Brendan Taylor, who has 5120 runs in 166 ODIs, played his last international game against India on Saturday as he is migrating with his family to Nottingham in England to play County cricket.
Brendan Taylor has announced his retirement from international cricket and will play for Nottinghamshire in England. He departed the international scene with a hundred against India.
Brendan Taylor will play for Nottinghamshire in England on a three-year deal which will put his Zimbabwe career on hold -- and there is the possibility that he may never turn out for his country again.
MS Dhoni and Suresh Raina shared a 196-run stand for the fifth wicket during their victory over against Zimbabwe in the World Cup.
Brendan Taylor smashed 138 in his final innings for Zimbabwe against India in World Cup 2015 on Saturday.
Highlights from the 39th World Cup match between India and Zimbabwe at the Eden Park, Auckland on Saturday.
Suresh Raina slams unbeaten 110 to help India outclass Zimbabwe despite losing the top-order cheaply. Captain MS Dhoni remains unbeaten on 85 to play a key supporting role. Here are the highlights.
Zimbabwe stand-in-skipper Brendan Taylor, who has 5120 runs in 166 ODIs, will be playing his last international game against India on Saturday as he is migrating with his family to Nottingham in England to play county cricket.
Zimbabwe's stand-in captain Brendan Taylor, who will be playing his last match for the national side as he is migrating to England for a better future, is wary of the current Indian team, one of title contenders in the ongoing World Cup.
Brendan Taylor's statement came after Cricket Ireland said it is considering legal action against Zimbabwe Herald after it published a heavily criticised article on Mooney
Saturday's loss against Ireland, meant Zimbabwe, a Test nation, had won just one of their five Pool B matches in the World Cup so far -- and even their success against the part-timers of the UAE was a struggle.