The eighth-wicket pair blunt West Indies for 48.4 overs on final day after Raza heroics; visitors clinch series 1-0
West Indies coach heaps praise on Holder and team after series win, but has a bone to pick with quality of pitches offered by Zimbabwe
Debate heats up after both West Indies and Zimbabwe were denied crucial wickets because of lack of reviews in Bulawayo Test
The Zimbabwe captain said his side could have made a sporting declaration but "it was probably not a wicket where you can bowl a side out in 30 overs"
An unbroken 94-run stand for the fifth wicket helped Zimbabwe wipe out the deficit and delay West Indies' push for a 2-0 series win
From allowing Jason Holder and Shane Dowrich to put on 212 for the eighth wicket to the soft dismissals of Solomon Mire and Craig Ervine, day four in Bulawayo didn't go to plan for the hosts
The West Indies captain thinks his team will have to show a lot of patience to get the wickets they need to seal victory on the final day
West Indies' innings is only the second in Test history with hundreds from two batsmen batting at No. 8 or lower
Record unbeaten eighth-wicket stand of 144 helps offset damage caused by Raza's five-for
After his fighting first-innings 80, Raza picked up his maiden Test five-for and said he was both proud and humbled by the achievement
West Indies' openers ground their way to 76 in almost 47 overs after Zimbabwe were carried to 326 by Hamilton Masakadza and Sikandar Raza
Most of the left-arm spinner's success has come because he bowls flat and quick, but on Test debut, he realised he needed to change his ways
After his comeback series against England, Roach has responded well to the need to alter his lines and lengths on the slower and drier pitches in Bulawayo
The opener added 142 with PJ Moor, who made 52, to help Zimbabwe recover from the depths of 14 for 3
The Zimbabwe opener revived his team with Peter Moor, who was "quite surprised to be in the XI" after Sean Williams pulled up unwell
The West Indies coach said he was pleased with the day's proceedings in Bulawayo, despite a dearth of wickets after an early burst
West Indies captain hopes the rest of his attack allows the legspinner "liberty to express himself" once again
Zimbabwe's lower-middle order had crumbled twice in the first Test, with nos. 5 - 8 making 36 runs in the first innings and 48 in the second
Zimbabwe are often a side that only really gets going a couple of games into a tour and the chastening experience of the first Test will likely spur greater resolve in what is a must-win game if they are to level the series
Batsmen to cross 2000 Test runs for Zimbabwe. Hamilton Masakadza joined the Flower brothers, Alastair Campbell and Guy Whittal to this landmark.
Last instance of an opener from Zimbabwe before Masakadza to score a Test century. - First century by a Zimbabwe opener in 19 Tests.
Wickets for Devendra Bishoo in Tests - Fifth spinner and First Leg Spinner from West Indies to this feat.
Previous and only other instance in Test Cricket in which both No 8 & 9 have scored a century in the same innings. Clem Hill and Roger Hartigan did it for Aus v England at Adelaide Oval.