- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRrun out3466985051.51b Lock12020005.00b Peall1951640037.25st †A Flower b BC Strang064000.00c BC Strang b PA Strang3064921046.87b BC Strang31070030.00c Campbell b PA Strang2055510036.36c GW Flower b PA Strang021000.00lbw b PA Strang011000.00c GW Flower b PA Strang1523211065.21not out00100-Extras12 (lb 3, nb 1, w 8)TOTAL134 all out (49.4 Overs, RR: 2.69)Fall of wickets: 1-7 (IT Iqbal), 2-60 (KO Otieno), 3-61 (SO Tikolo), 4-63 (DN Chudasama), 5-67 (HS Modi), 6-109 (EO Odumbe), 7-109 (TM Odoyo), 8-109 (AY Karim), 9-134 (MA Suji), 10-134 (MO Odumbe)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc Tikolo b MO Odumbe3032573093.75b Ali451121344040.17c Tikolo b MO Odumbe626431023.07c EO Odumbe b Ali636430016.66lbw b Ali58161062.50not out818391044.44not out1527311055.55Extras22 (b 3, lb 4, nb 3, w 12)TOTAL137/5 (42.2 Overs, RR: 3.23)Fall of wickets: 1-59 (AC Waller), 2-79 (ADR Campbell), 3-104 (GW Flower), 4-108 (GJ Whittall), 5-113 (A Flower)
- Replay of match rained out on 26th February.
- PA Strang 9.4-1-21-5, best ever bowling by a Zimbabwean in ODIs (previous best: AIC Lock 5-44 v NZ 03/02/1996), 1st 5 wicket haul in the World Cup since CJ McDermott 04/11/1987 (AUS v PAK 5-44), 5th all-time best bowling by any player in the World Cup (best since KH MacLeay 6-39, AUS v IND 13/06/1983), equal 31st best bowling in the history of ODIs.
- AC Waller and GW Flower 59 1st wicket partnership, 6th highest for Zimbabwe in ODIs.
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