Econet T20, 1st match in Harare: Pakistan 198 for 4 (Hafeez 71, Shafiq 38) beat Zimbabwe 113 (Coventry 30, Hafeez 4-10) by 85 runs.
Zimbabwe put Pakistan in to bat, the usual policy, and it did at least treat a comparatively small crowd of a few hundred to a brilliant display of hitting by the visiting batsmen. All the bowlers suffered, most of all Chris Mpofu, whose four overs went for 59 runs.
Coca Cola Series, 3rd ODI in Harare: Pakistan 270 for 5 (Younis 81, Shafiq 51, Chigumbura 2-36) beat Zimbabwe 242 for 9 (Chibhabha 62, Sibanda 59, Cheema 4-43) by 28 runs
Pakistan celebrated a series whitewash in 28 run victory over the hosts, Zimbabwe, at Harare Sports Club on Wednesday. The visitors won all three matches in the Coca-Cola ODI series, prior to the victory Pakistan had won the only-Coca Cola Test match played in Bulawayo.
Coca Cola Series, 2nd ODI in Harare: Pakistan 228 for 0 (Hafeez 139*, Farhat 75*) beat Zimbabwe 225 for 6 (Masakadza 68, Tanvir 2-33) by 10 wickets
A large crowd of several thousand at Harare Sports Club still seemed to enjoy this match, despite a very disappointing performance by Zimbabwe . Pakistan were far superior in batting and bowling, although neither side impressed in the field.