MONDAY, MAY 04, 2015

Zimbabwe

  • Shakib Al Hasan

    A boost of Shakib

    A vital cog in Bangladesh’s line-up, Shakib Al Hasan has been a consistent performer for his country, especially in the longest format of cricket.

  • Zimbabwe's Brendan Taylor

    A familiar despair marks Taylor's farewell

    Taylor walked slowly towards Masakadza, and then stopped some way short. He lay down on his back and spent the rest of the interval getting some stretching done on his legs.

  • Brendan Taylor

    India vs Zimbabwe, Australia vs Scotland

    Catch the best moments of today's matches at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 when India faced Zimbabwe and Australia took on Scotland

  • Raina steals India’s win over Zimbabwe

    Defending champion India run away with a victory over Zimbabwe at Auckland riding on an anchoring century of Suresh Raina and a record partnership

  • Irish players

    Eyes on the knockouts for Ireland

    Thirteen venues have been used so far in this tournament. On Saturday the fourteenth and final ground makes its 2015 World Cup debut: Bellerive Oval in Hobart.

  • Injured Zimbabwe captain Chigumbura to miss World Cup match

    Zimbabwe captain Elton Chigumbura has a left leg injury and won't play in his team's next Cricket World Cup match against Ireland at Bellerive Oval.

  • West Indies beat defiant Zimbabwe

    Zimbabwe put up a defiant fight before going down against West Indies in the 15th match of the ICC cricket World Cup 2015 at Manuka Oval of Canberra

  • Zimbabwe squeeze a win over UAE

    Zimbabwe were given a run for their money to close a nervy win against associate members UAE in the eighth match of the ICC cricket World Cup 2015

  • Hamilton Masakadza and Khurram Khan

    Who will shine through?

    Hamilton Masakadza and Khurram Khan are key players in their respective teams

  • South African bowler Imran Tahir celebrates picking Zimbabwean set batsman Chamu Chabhabha

    SA record partnership downs Zimbabwe

    A record fifth-wicket partnership helps South Africa beat Zimbabwe by 62 runs in their opening and third match of ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 in Hamilton

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