Zimbabwe beat UAE by 4 wickets in 8th Match of Pool B

Zimbabwe beat UAE by 4 wickets in 8th Match ICC Worldcup on Thursday, February 19, 2015 at Nelson. Zimbabwe won by 4 wickets (with 12 balls remaining). Earlier, UAE 50 against Zimbabwe batting first scored 285 runs for the loss of 7 wickets.

ICC Cricket World Cup, 8th Match, Pool B: United Arab Emirates v Zimbabwe at Nelson, Feb 19, 2015

UAE Cricket team batting first began when the 26 Amjad Ali were 7 runs on the score of 40 runs Andrei brngr 22 also in the pavilion. Krishna Chandran and for the third wicket partnership of 82 between Khurram Khan was 34 when Krishna was Khurram 45 runs.

Zimbabwe have guaranteed their first win of the current year’s World Cup by doing combating to a five-wicket triumph over Pool B matches the UAE in Nelson. Sean Williams featured with bat and ball for Zimbabwe as he emulated three wickets by hitting an unbeaten half-century to lead his side to triumph.

The UAE looked into a bad situation at 40-2 in the wake of being put into bat, however Krishna Chandran and Khurram Khan drove the recuperation before both missing the mark regarding a half-century. Shaiman Anwar drove the path for the UAE with 67 from 59 balls, and an unbroken organization of 53 between Amjad Javed and Mohammad Naveed helped them post 285-7 from their 50 overs.

Sikandar Raza got the pursuit off to a great begin with 46 from 44 balls at the highest point of the request before turning into the first of Mohammad Tauqir’s two victimized people.

The UAE reacted well to keep it tight amidst the innings, and Zimbabwe’s answer was in a bad position when Solomon Mire’s release saw them tumble to 167-5 in the 33rd over. Brendan Taylor had officially scored 47 and Craig Irvine included 42 batting at seven, however it was 76 not out from Williams which had the effect as Zimbabwe arrived at their focus with 12 balls remaining.

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