Player of the Match
Player of the Match
  • BATSMEN
    R
    B
    M
    4s
    6s
    SR
    c Gibbs b Klusener
    77
    243
    292
    8
    0
    31.68
    c Pollock b Henderson
    71
    258
    313
    7
    0
    27.51
    c †Boucher b Nel
    13
    39
    51
    1
    0
    33.33
    lbw b Pollock
    49
    201
    265
    4
    1
    24.37
    c McKenzie b Henderson
    67
    99
    128
    10
    0
    67.67
    run out (Klusener/Henderson)
    44
    84
    85
    6
    1
    52.38
    c Pollock b Henderson
    16
    39
    89
    1
    0
    41.02
    c Klusener b Henderson
    31
    59
    66
    3
    1
    52.54
    not out
    38
    28
    36
    4
    2
    135.71
    b Pollock
    4
    17
    23
    0
    0
    23.52
    not out
    0
    3
    5
    0
    0
    0.00
    Extras
    9 (lb 8, nb 1)
    TOTAL
    419/9d (178 Overs, RR: 2.35, 684 minutes)
    Fall of wickets: 1-152 (ADR Campbell, 80.5 ov), 2-154 (DD Ebrahim, 85.4 ov), 3-175 (H Masakadza, 93.5 ov), 4-261 (A Flower, 127.2 ov), 5-327 (GW Flower, 151.4 ov), 6-330 (SV Carlisle, 154.5 ov), 7-377 (HH Streak, 169.5 ov), 8-377 (GJ Whittall, 171.1 ov), 9-406 (TJ Friend, 176.4 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    SM Pollock28144021.4201
    A Nel2137313.4700
    M Ntini2596802.7200
    L Klusener37108712.3500
    CW Henderson672414342.1300

Match Notes

  • Bulawayo Test drawn despite late flurry

    The Second Test match at Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo unexpectedly sprang to life in the final session as South Africa, 100 runs ahead, caught Zimbabwe on a pitch that appeared suddenly to have crumbled at one end

  • Bulawayo Test crawls towards a draw

    South Africa plodded through the fourth day of the Bulawayo Test against Zimbabwe to finish with 300 on the board for the loss of just two wickets

  • Zimbabwe gain respectability, but Bulawayo Test likely to end in draw

    The remarkable Andy Flower hit yet another fifty as Zimbabwe declared their innings closed at 419 against South Africa just before the close of the third day at Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo

  • Rain washes out Day 2 of Bulawayo Test

    Prolonged and steady overnight and morning rain prevented any play during the second day of the Second Test match between Zimbabwe and South Africa at Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo

  • Dogged opening stand gives Zimbabwe solid start to second Test

    A dogged opening partnership of 152 between Zimbabwe's openers AlistairCampbell and Dion Ebrahim gave Zimbabwe an excellent start in a shortenedfirst-day's play in the Second Test match against South Africa at QueensSports Club in Bulawayo.Just