When Ahmed Shehzad cracked an unbeaten 98 off 64 balls against Zimbabwe at Harare on Saturday, he became the record-holder for the highest individual score by a Pakistani batsman, overtaking his one-day skipper Misbah-ul-Haq, who had blasted an undefeated 87 off 53 balls against Bangladesh at Karachi in April 2008.
South Africa eased to a 10-wicket win with 44 balls to spare to eliminate Zimbabwe from the ICC World T20 2012. It was no contest at Hambantota once South Africa restricted Zimbabwe to just 93 runs in 20 overs.
Sunday saw Alex Hales, the T20 replacement of Kevin Pietersen for England, score a magnificent 99, which helped his team chase down a stiff target of 172 set by West Indies, in the only T20 game played at Trent Bridge.
South Africa defeated hosts Zimbabwe by 6 wickets with 14 balls to spare in the 6th Match of the Unofficial Tri-Series at Harare. With this handsome win, the Proteas edged out Bangladesh to qualify for the Final tomorrow against Zimbabwe.