Zimbabwe 144 in 42.4 overs:
(E. Chigumbura 50*, M. Waller 35; Mishra 3-25, M. Sharma 2-26, R. Jadeja 2.28)
India 145 for 1 in 30.5 overs:
(Raina 65*, Rohit 64*)
India won by 9 wickets.
India have now made it four out of four, after winning the first One-Day International match in Bulawayo – and the fourth of the Celkon Cup series – on Thursday.
After winning the toss, the tourists sent the hosts in to bat and although Queens Sports Club was not expected to bring with it the trials and tribulations that were part and parcel of early morning play at Harare Sports Club, the Zimbabwe batsmen still struggled. The departure of opener Vusimuzi Sibanda (24) when he was bowled by Ravindra Jadeja in the 16th over left Zimbabwe five wickets down for 47 runs.
Number six Malcolm Waller and seven Elton Chigumbura then steadied the ship with their 20 overs of occupation during which the former, who had been struggling since the series began, put up 35 runs before he fell to Dinesh Karthik from the bowling of Mohit Sharma.
Chigumbura top-scored for Zimbabwe, finishing with an unbeaten 50 from 66 balls which included four fours, as the hosts were dismissed for 144 runs in 42.2 overs.
For India, Amit Mishra took three wickets for 25 runs in 8.4 overs, Jadeja two for 28 in nine and Mohit Sharma two for 26 in 10, which helped earn him the player of the match award to cap a dream debut.
India were home and dry in the 31st over, thanks to Suresh Raina with 65 runs from 71 balls and Rohit Sharma 64 from 90 which included five fours and one six.
Tendai Chatara took the only Indian wicket to fall, bowling the other India debutant Cheteshwar Pujara (13) in the 10th over.