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Tendai Chatara finished with figures of 5-61 as Zimbabwe celebrated an historic 24-run victory over Pakistan.
Zimbabwe lost three late wickets to close on 121-4 in their second innings on day three against Pakistan, a lead of 185.
An unbeaten half century from Younis Khan steadied the ship for Pakistan as they began their reply in Harare.
Hamilton Masakadza hit 75 as Zimbabwe reached 237-8 on day one of the second Test against Pakistan in Harare.
Saeed Ajmal finished with 11 wickets in the match as Pakistan beat Zimbabwe by 221 runs in the first Test in Harare.
Younis Khan hit a double century as Pakistan declared on 419-9 late on the fourth day of the first Test in Zimbabwe.
Misbah-ul-Haq and Younis Khan put on a century stand for Pakistan to leave the first Test with Zimbabwe finely poised.
Sikandar Raza hit a debut half-century as Zimbabwe closed day two against Pakistan in Harare on 281-7, a lead of 32.
Zimbabwe's players put their pay dispute to one side to reduce Pakistan to 249-9 on day one of the first Test in Harare.
Misbah-ul-Haq top-scored as Pakistan beat Zimbabwe by 108 runs in the decisive third ODI to take the series 2-1.
Hamilton Masakadza's 85 helped Zimbabwe earn their first one-day international victory over Pakistan since 1998.
Ahmed Shehzad again starred with the bat as Pakistan sealed their Twenty20 series against Zimbabwe with a 19-run win.
Joe Root’s determined resistance on day three at Trent Bridge won praise from Nasser Hussain.
Broad's hat-trick, Bell's run out saga, Tendulkar's ton quest: Andrew Strauss on England's 4-0 rout of India.
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