New Zealand expectedly trumped Zimbabwe in the short two-Test series at Bulawayo. They beat the hosts by an innings and 117 runs in the first Test, and by 254 runs in the second. Here’s a look at the top performers in the series
Craig Ervine hit an unbeaten century as Zimbabwe defeated a fighting Ireland by five wickets in the second ODI at Harare to win series 2-0. Chasing a challenging 269 for victory, Zimbabwe found themselves in a spot of bother
New Zealand thrashed Zimbabwe in the only T20 international by 80 runs at Harare Sports Club, Harare to claim to the T20 series 1-0. Asked to bat first, New Zealand scored 198 runs at loss of five wickets in mandatory 20 over
Although Zimbabwe will not go into the second match of the one-day series against New Zealand as favourites in spite of having won the first match, they will be high on confidence following the adrenaline-pumping win.
Zimbabwe defeated Canada by a massive margin of 175 runs at the VCA Stadium in Jamtha, Nagpur. Asked to bat first by Canada, Zimbabwe were off to a disastrous start losing a wicket off the very first ball of the match.